June 12, 2007


I just made up a recipe and it totally worked out, so I am sharing it here in case tomorrow morning when you go to the farmers market and impulse-purchase some turnips you get home and are at a loss with what to do with them.


what you will need:

1 or 2 baby new potatoes
1 bunch of turnips -- meaning 3 or 4
1 big leek
2 cloves of garlic
2-3 tablespoons of cream/soy creamer/milk
a couple sprigs of rosemary and thyme chopped super tiny--about a teaspoon
a teaspoon of butter if yr not against it

Put on a pot of salted water on the stove and get it boiling
peel the potato and the turnips and then cube them so they are all about the same size--half inch or so & peel the garlic and slice up the white part of the leek
and then dump the vegetables in the water and boil them for about 12-15 minutes until the turnip are soft enough that you can mash them easily against the side of the pot.
scoop out the vegetables from the water/dump them through a strainer, reserving about a half cup of the broth. Put the vegetables, the broth water, the creamer/milk, the butter, the herb and a little salt and some pepper to taste in to the blender. Make the blender go til it's smooth and ouila! There's the soup. Enough for two people.

Posted by Jessica at June 12, 2007 08:51 PM | TrackBack