Recipe RoundUp: Winter Soups
Winter has definitely arrived with a vengeance this year! But do not worry, we have the cure-all for these grey stormy days and that is a simmering pot of soup on the stove. Soups like Sweet & Spicy Vegetable Pasta Stew and Onion Soup Gratine, which we promise will warm you from head to toe. We want to make sure you stay warm and nourished this cold season, so here are 5 winter soups that are sure to keep the chill at bay.
LEMON SOUP WITH WHITE BEANS, PASTA & KALE
This healthy and light-flavored soup is comforting yet hearty enough to be a meal. This soup would also be a great refreshing meal when you just can’t look at another holiday cookie and need something nourishing. Click here to get the recipe.
ONION SOUP GRATINE
The slow caramelization of the onions, leeks and shallots gives this French onion-like soup a rich and complex flavor. Gratine, (in French) means to top with a browned crust, typically bread and cheese. Cooking this soup takes some time (and a little patience), but it will be worth every minute. Click here to get the recipe.
RED LENTIL SOUP WITH POTATOES
This simple red lentil soup with potatoes is comforting and filling. Serve with a piece of rustic bread for dipping if desired. Click here for the recipe.
SWEET AND SPICY VEGETABLE PASTA STEW
For this sweet and spicy version of a vegetable and pasta stew, we have teamed up with Holly, one of our CSA members, to mix up a delicious combination of organic seasonal produce and California artisan-made pasta from Baia Pasta. With a base of sweet potatoes as the heart of this stew and pasta to fill you up, no need to worry about any meat when you dip your spoon into this bowl! For those chilly winter nights, or when you want a reminder of the winter season, enjoy this comforting and veggie packed stew! Click here for the recipe.
NANTES YOUR AVERAGE CARROT & BUTTERNUT SOUP
Named after our farm’s delicious Nantes carrots, this flavorful soup personifies the flavors of fall that we crave. This recipe produces a wonderful, rich and silky soup that will have your family asking for seconds. Paired with a loaf of rustic bread and an apple, walnut and blue cheese salad, this simple soup is transformed into a stunning meal. Click here for the recipe.