Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Funny Misshapen Carrots



We have tons, tons, of carrots in the garden.
All the colors imaginable. All the shapes too!

I took the funny misshapen ones to do this soup.

Carrot and Orange Soup

Carrots (About three good handfuls)
1 beet
1 onion
Vegetable stock
Orange juice
thyme
salt and pepper

Cook the onion in a bit of oil. Add the carrots and beet, cook for about 5 minutes. Add about 1/3 cup of orange juice, then the vegetable stock. Let simmer until vegetables are tender. Purée in a blender, then pass through a sieve. Adjust seasoning, add a bit of thyme leaves.

We ate this soup cold with a swirl of yoghurt, delicious.

7 comments:

kirsten said...

I have garden envy. I tried this year to grow a veggie patch and it turned into a weed patch :(

One of Ottawa's Real Foodies said...

Sounds like a good use of less that attractively shaped carrots. Love the idea of putting in a beet.

Asha at beFOODled said...

Looks delicious!


Check out these misshapen carrots


And this one here (my favourite :)

Georgia said...

You lucky thing having carrots in your garden! The soup looks lovely!

Meats, Roots and Leaves said...

This looks so good. Can't wait to try it.

Marysol said...

...and I cooked my corn last night to do your soup tonight :)

Meats, Roots and Leaves said...

Let me know how it turns out.

 
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