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Loving your veggies!

On Christmas Eve I went veggie shopping. My mind went completely blank having picked up the obligatory sprouts and red cabbage. So I bought one of everything. And we ate most of them.

But what to do with the odds and ends, a bag of parsnips and a celeriac now that everyone has gone.

This is my solution. First off Parsnip soup. Recipe can be found here

Cooking away

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and blended ready to eat- it is lovely- really can taste the parsnips.

Then came Spiced Root vegetables stew


Fry 1 onion till soft- about 5 minutes.

Then add whatever you have left over- in my case

2 parsnips

1 carrot

1/3rd of a swede

2 sweet potatoes

2 potatoes

Cook with the onion for a couple of minutes

Add I level tablespoon each of cumin, coriander and turmeric- I had a tiny bit of ginger left over so that went in grated for good measure.

Make sure the veggies are all coated in the spices and cook for another couple of minutes.

Add 1 tin of chopped tomatoes- 400g and 1 tin of chick peas- 4oog and 1/2 pint of veggie stock. Simmer for an hour, thus

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So that’s dinner tonight and lunch tomorrow taken care of.

The celeriac is now  being turned into Celeriac and Pear soup- recipe here

I think that has to be lunch for me  today.

And  now all that’s left in my veggie rack is one lonely little onion.

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Love to hear of anyone’s favourite vegetable recipes .


Comments on: "Loving your veggies!" (4)

  1. I make parsnip and apple soup, sweet potato and ginger, Mexican black bean, butternut and tomato, spicy lentil and tomato. Love making and eating soup!

    Celeriac and pear sounds yum. Going to check that out.

  2. Veggie soup is always a great way to use up left over veggies, I think that almost any combination can work. I always add a little milk, or cream to finish it off.

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