The other week I posted about a soup I made using celeriac. Last Sunday I tried another soup experiment.
I had a sweet potato left over and about a quarter of the celeriac. I chopped these up, fried them with an onion for about 5 minutes and then added 1 1/4 pints of water and brought it to the boil before lowering the heat to simmer. (This is for 3 people, for 4, I use 1 1/2 pints of water).
I cooked the veggies for about 25 minutes. The sweet potato and celeriac seem to take a bit longer to cook than other root vegetables. When it was cooked, I whizzed it all up in the liquidiser. The result was delicious – again, it was quite sweet. The celeriac and sweet potato seem to complement each other quite nicely. This is one experimental soup I will be making again.
Until next time, Tawney x