When the daylight is getting shorter, and it is cold and wet outside, I often turn to a hearty soup to warm and cheer me up! This soup is absolutely lovely, with its creamy texture and robust taste of the root vegetables, I fell in love with it immediately.
Some might want to use yellow onions in it because of the color, but I went with red, because I prefer the taste of them. And since the onions are caramelized anyway, the color doesn't matter that much.
This soup can be served as a meal in itself, with some artisan bread, or as an appetizer for a multi course meal. I would love to pair this with some red meat or game meat, strong flavors, but really, can't go wrong with this one.
Yes, I am completely charmed by this creamy soup, with its texture, taste, and ease of preparing. How fast it is ready, is really up to you. The smaller you cut the vegetables, the faster they are cooked. I was ready to serve this with 20 minutes of the time I walked into the kitchen, so go ahead and spoil yourself with this delightful, flavor rich soup
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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