Carrots, rutabaga, parsnips, potatoes, and turnips join forces to create a deliciously creamy five-root soup that gets its bright golden color from a dash of turmeric. This soup is cooked in an Instant Pot to speed up the process, an immersion blender will simplify your steps achieving a silky smooth texture. Cayenne and nutmeg provide extra depth and heat while chopped apple adds a touch of sweetness to this veggie-packed dish. Top each serving with extra aromatics such as parsley, scallions, or cilantro, and dive into a bowl of liquid gold. This recipe is perfect as a starter or side dish for a larger meal, or to sip on when you’re feeling under the weather!
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Set a 6-quart electric multicooker to sauté setting. Add onion and garlic. Cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally and adding broth, 1 to 2 tablespoons at a time, as needed to prevent sticking. Add remaining broth and the next seven ingredients (through turmeric).
Lock lid in place; set pressure valve to sealing. Set cooker on high pressure to cook 5 minutes. Let stand to release pressure naturally (about 15 minutes). Carefully release any remaining pressure. Open lid carefully.
Using an immersion blender, blend soup until smooth. (Or puree soup in a blender in batches; return to cooker.) Stir in vinegar, cayenne pepper, and nutmeg. Top servings as desired with shredded apple, parsley, and/or scallions.
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I love to chop! I made some substitutions and additions, including white vinegar for apple cider, plus a chunk of ginger, sweet potato, and lot of butternut squash because. Fabulous!!!
I like these ingredients, but not the chopping. Except for the onion and garlic which are to be sauteed, the rest of the veggies could be added in large chunks and just cooked a bit longer, as they’re all to be blended anyway. If the ingredients were given in weights instead of cups (everyone’s chopped sizes are different), then the amounts would be the same, and the prep time would be considerably less.
I had no root veggies. So I subbed in brussel sprouts, green and red peppers, and a little butternut squash. It was sooooo good! Great for cleaning out the veggies in the fridge!
All your recipes state short prep times, but then csll for many chopped, minced, etc., ingredients. These at least double the prep times. Frustrating.
This looks delicious, but what is the nutritional value? Do you have macros?