Some food trend likes to spill over to us from the US. All Green Goddess recipes are a no-brainer there if you need a vitamin boost. We are only too happy to copy it – Green Goddess recipes are not yet very common in this country. That’s why today we conjure up a healthy soup that really packs a punch: the Green Goddess Soup!
As the name suggests, the soup is green. Lots of vegetables go in here – broccoli, peas, celery and fennel (still half green) provide not only the bright color, but also the vitamin boost. That pretty much sums up the whole Green Goddess concept: a bunch of green vegetables. Want to enjoy more green deities? Then we have something for you:
However, if you’ve had enough of looking at all the green, it doesn’t matter either. In our EAT CLUB soup kitchen, we have some ideas that you can cook after the Green Goddess soup. Because even winter comes to an end at some point and with it the delicious soup season. Until then, let’s gobble up the Hearty Broccoli Cheddar Soup, the Pea Spinach Soup with Popcorn and the Creamy Chickpea Soup.
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Concentrated Vegetable Power: Green Goddess Soup
Creamy green vegetable soup.
Rinse all the vegetables and cut them into small pieces – everything will be pureed later anyway.
Heat olive oil in a large saucepan. Sweet onion, garlic, celery and fennel in it. Then add the spices and roast.
Deglaze with water and add broccoli and potato. Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a simmer and simmer uncovered for 7-8 minutes until broccoli is tender. Now throw in the peas. Turn off the heat and puree the soup with an immersion blender. You decide how good you want them.
Finally, fold in some oat cream. Serve in bowls and garnish with whipped cream. Finish!