Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Recipe: Easy Roasted Onion, Potato, and Cabbage Soup (or Side Dish)

Roasted Onion, Potato, and Cabbage Soup 1
Spanning two seasons: a hot bowl of comforting soup, garnished with a sprinkling of easy to grow spring chives from the kitchen garden (soup recipe here).

The temperatures here on the farm have been going up and down lately, which is par for the course in late winter Missouri. It dipped down into the low 20's (F) two nights ago and is supposed to be up in the 70's by Saturday. The daffodils along the fence all burst into bloom the other day and then froze. Thankfully these cheerful flowers are also very hardy.

I'm hoping cozy soup season will hold on at least a little longer, though, because I've been craving this easy Roasted Onion, Potato, and Cabbage Soup.

Inspired by my favorite Roasted Leek and Potato Soup with Arugula, it's thick, rich, and flavorful, yet low fat and full of healthy goodness.

The roasted potatoes, onions, garlic, and cabbage also make for a tasty side dish on their own—perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Enjoy!

Can't survive on soup alone? You'll find links to all my sweet and savory Less Fuss, More Flavor recipes in the Farmgirl Fare Recipe Index.

© FarmgirlFare.com, slowly slurping our way towards spring.

3 comments:

  1. How fun is it when the daffies bloom and then freeze back !~! I can tell spring is near when that happens. Susan, here's hoping you all are feeling up to par and able to participate fully in lamb-scramble. The pics are delightful thanks for sharing them.

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  2. That would be a perfect soup for St. Paddy's day! We are supposed to be up in the 80s Sunday though, a little too warm for soup. Maybe it's time to crank up the grill! LOL!!

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  3. I love this soup. It seems so nice serve with breads. You have a lovely farm, green lands is so far from my life. And you have many cute animals’ companions. Guess you love your life with all these beautiful things. Good food, good companions and good environment. :)

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