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Rosemary scented celeriac & 2 beans soup

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This is one tasty & comforting good for you soup. This contains celeriac, red kidney & white beans. It is soothing with the added smoked paprika powder, Pimentón de la vera, the dulce version.

This is great as a meal itself with some good bread or a baguette on the side.

I added some fried smoked bacon pieces over the top of the soup, for added flavour!

If you use it on day 2, you must add a bit of water otherwise the soup will be too thick! 😉

It also freezes well. Enjoy! 🙂

Recipe: For 10 persons, each 1 medium bowl

Ingredients:

1 can of red kidney beans, well rinsed & drained well

1 can of white butter beans, well rinsed & drained well

1280 gr of celeriac, peeled, cut into strips & cut into chunks/ the size doesn’t matter because the soup will be mixed in the end / I used the rest of my celeriac from my last post here!

3 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & cut finely

3 medium white onions, peeled & cut finely

1 medium potato, peeled & cut into little chunks

4 sprigs of fresh rosemary,sprigs removed, only the green needles, cleaned, well rinsed, pad dry on kitchen paper & cut into little pieces

Maldon sea salt

Grinned black pepper

Smoked paprika powder, the dulce version

1.5 liter of a good gluten-free vegetable stock

unrefined coconut oil or a fruity EVOO ( Extra Virgin Olive Oil )

100 gr of gluten-free smoked bacon pieces ( For 2 bowls of soup )

Method:

1. Take a large  steam cooker with fitting lid. Heat up on medium high. Add a few knobs of coconut oil & let it melt. When hot & sizzling, add the garlic & onion pieces. Fry until nearly golden brown. Now, add the smoked paprika, 3 teaspoons of it & fry 1 or 2 minutes further. Add your potato pieces, the red & the white beans too. Stir everything round in your pot. Adjust the heat if you need to.

2. Add your celeriac pieces  & your vegetable stock too. Stir everything round & let it come to the boil. Add some seasoning. ( P & S)

3. Then, place the fitting lid on. Let it sit on the fire until the nozzle, the valve, whistles continuously for about 5 minutes.

4. Remove the pot from the heat & be careful, with the help of a long wooden spoon, open the valve to let the steam go free.

When there is no steam left, remove the fitting lid. Taste the soup. It has to taste fab & soothing. You must taste the celeriac, the beans & the smoked paprika. If not, add some extra seasoning & another teaspoon of this smoked paprika. Stir.

5. Mix the soup until you still have red bean flakes floating in your soup. That looks quite nice!

6. This is a thicker tasty soup. Now, just before serving, fry the smoked bacon pieces in some coconut oil. Drain the fat with kitchen paper & serve instantly. Divide over 2 bowls.

Enjoy! 🙂

 

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You might like some other related dishes on my blog:

1. Sage breaded pork chops with oven roasted sage potatoes & a celeriac & pear salad

2. Parmesan scented celeriac & potato mash served with gf chicken chipolata’s

3. Spicy chorizo & bean soup



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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

85 thoughts on “Rosemary scented celeriac & 2 beans soup

  1. Hi Sophie! Thank you so much for your comment on our blog! I’m glad you tried out our recipe and thanks for letting us know how you liked it! This soup looks amazing! SO warm and delicious. 🙂 I love rosemary!

  2. Mmmmm I love bean soup! I can imagine this with a delicious crusty baguette. A perfect winter comfort soup!

  3. Celeriac is one of those foods which I used not to like in my early life, but then suddenly adopted. I like it now (a lot) and am looking for new ways to integrate it into my meals, so your soup comes in handy 🙂 I like you’ve spiced it a bit too, because this always makes soups better. And my hubby will appreciate the bacon 😉

    1. I jst happen to have 2 kinds of different beans in the house & thought these 2 would combine beautifully! I was right, hey??;)

  4. Hello Sophie,
    The soup looks very tasty. Hopefully you’ll make it for me?
    Many thanks.
    Your Mamalou.

  5. This is the second recipe I’ve seen today that makes good use of celeriac! Love it. I am bookmarking this – perfect for the dark winter days ahead! I love a rich, thick soup!

  6. This looks amazing! I LOVE celeriac- it’s such an ugly vegetable, but so tasty! 🙂

  7. I find that celeriac is an often dismissed vegetable. Most people don’t seem to know what to do with it so just pass it by. Great to see it being used in a soup. I’ll be trying this.

  8. Truly you are the Soup Queen, Sophie! This one is right up my street – rich, satisfying and full of flavours I love.

  9. Oh, Sophie…that soup looks so creamy, tummy warming and delicious! I can almost taste the smoked paprika! I love celeriac but don’t cook with it often. I need to start, especially so I can make this soup!!

  10. The soup looks so good and the recipe…well, let’s just say I’m not so sure I could stick to just one bowl.
    Wonderful recipe for this time of year. It’s coooollllddd here in NY.

  11. Sophie, all you had to say was how well this freezes and I’d try it. Cooking for one is a problem if you can’t successfully freeze a soup. I love celery root, too.

  12. Hi Sophie, I’m all about delicious comfort foods and this soup definitely is one! The flavor combination looks divine! (I also adore smoked paprika!)

  13. You got me at ‘rosemary-scented’. Love the slightly medicinal fragrance and taste of this herb – a great match with celeriac.

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