Roasted Vegetable Soup

"I "created" this recipe just to get some of those veggies I don't like into my diet. LOL It is probably a combination of ideas I have seen on TV or on recipe sites LOL Each time I make it there is a change with what I put in for veggies and amounts.So feel free to add or subtract from it to make it your own. I even used my immersion blender to make a semi pureed soup. Great way to hide those veggies picky eaters would never try LOL All amounts listed are approximate ."
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  • Wash all veggies. Peel the potatoes, turnips, carrots , onion and parsnips. I don't peel the eggplant or zucchini. Cut into large chunks all veggies. place in a large bowl and toss with the oil and vinegar. Place on a foil lined baking sheets. I use two one for the firm fleshed veggies and one for the softer veggies.
  • Roast at 400 for about 15-25 minutes. Removing the vegetables that are cooking faster before they become soft.Remember these still need to cook as the soup. This is just to give some carmelization to the veggies.
  • I also use separate bowls when removing from the oven.
  • Eggplant, zucchini and red pepper in one bowl all other veggies in another one. If the eggplant is seedy I remove most of them now.
  • Once all veggies are toasted. Combine remaining ingredients and veggiesIn a large soup pot EXCEPT the eggplant, zucchini and red pepper.
  • Simmer over a medium low heat for about 30 minutes add remaining veggies and simmer another 20 minutes until fork tender.

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  1. A really delicious soup. Anyone making this recipe is bound to add it to the repertoire of recipes to be made often. Fortunately I'd made this a few days earlier than our recent record-braking heatwave. We enjoyed this warm when it was first made, then chilled - served with a dollop of Greek yoghurt. Wonderfully flavoursome: a great blend of flavours and superbly nutritious. :) I used baby potatoes so I didn't peel them and baby carrots and I added some rosemary to the other herbs. I also used my Recipe #135453. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I'll certainly be making it often. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.
  2. I made this soup for the second time tonight. It is very good and versatile! You can use whatever roasted vegetables your family enjoy, and omit the others. I personally chose to sauté the onions separately in the stockpot to caramelize them. I have found that roasting them can lead to burnt edges and chewy onions. Like the previous reviewer, I used baby potatoes and left the skin on. I like the Yukon gold variety, since they do not get mushy in soups. To serve, I sprinkle some grated parmesan cheese to bring out the Italian flavors. Yummy! Thanks for the recipe. My husband said it was his favorite soup yet!



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