I made this soup on Easter for family - I did not like it at all and the 'chips' were a disappointment! Some people ate all theirs and thought it was fine. Too thick and not a lot of flavor in IMHO.
I followed the recipe, and found the soup to be pretty bland and boring. We added some spices to make it edible... ginger was a good choice.... but I won't be making this again.
2 stars = "Has potential" is perfect for this recipe. I found this recipe after getting parsnips in our CSA and having no idea what to do with them. We thought the recipe as given is rather blah - not a lot of character, but - as I said - lots of potential. I'm not one of those people who will rate something 5 stars and then list all the changes I made to it. So, with that in mind, I'll go on to tell you all how we doctored this up. This is a good base for a great soup - if we had not added to it, we'd never have made it again. But now this is a repeat recipe in our house. We added three things to this recipe: Thai red curry paste (to taste - be careful, because that stuff packs a punch!), coconut milk (one can), and powdered ginger (again, to taste - probably about 2 teaspoons). Make it as spicy as you like. Tonight we had it with warm sourdough bread. Lovely.
Excellent soup. Easy to make and very hearty!
Incredible soup. So creamy but with no milk! Perfect for a cold winter day.
This was delicious! It was very creamy, we couldn't believe it was so low cal! A definite make again!
Good, easy recipe. Felt like it needed a little added spice, maybe some nutmeg and a pinch of cayenne next time. My 4 yr old LOVED it though
I made this recipe for my husband and I. It was delicious! I will definitely be making it again, no changes.
Loved it! It was perfect as is, the unexpected combination of carrots and parsnips giving it a sweet, satisfying flavor. I made it for dinner, and will be bringing it to work for lunch with a salad.
Really good soup- I used parsnips and half orange/half white carrots b/c that's what I had from the farmer's market. I also added cinnamon, cumin, curry and a pinch of cloves to give it a little more flavor (oh and lots of salt!) I think the parsnip chips really round out the soup and give it that something extra.