Winter Harvest Vegetable Soup
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 50 min.
Makes12 servings (3 quarts)
Delicious recipe! The combination of the vegetables is very savory. It makes plenty and would be a great addition to a soup buffet.
This was really delicious, but here's how I made it. I chopped everything and dumped all of the ingredients into my crockpot (including a teaspoon of the oil, and 1 tbsp butter for flavor). I used regular chicken broth. I didn't saute anything. It looked so pretty before it cooked, but afterwards I thought it looked rather bland and unappealing. (I cooked it on high for about five hours.) So, since I like creamier soups, I decided to take my chances and blend it all together. It's so pretty, and the flavors blended beautifully. I feel so good when I eat this soup, knowing I'm getting a heaping helping of good for me veggies. (I forgot to add the bay leaf, and I'll bet that will make it even better.)
This soup really is delicious! I added a little more of all of the vegetables because we like our soup thick with veggies. I also added about three cups of rotisserie chicken. Be sure to add the apples! Yum-yum!
great! its a lot of work but it's lmost all green light vegetables and those are free on a diet i've been following. don't be scared of the apple. i've only used each time i've made it but it really does contribute something special. i would definitely recommend this soup, and a cutting partner!
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I made this soup last year in the winter...and it's a keeper...so tasty and so many great vegetables!! Cooking it now!
I used sweet potatoes instead of regular, and the result was a beautiful mixture of sweet and savory.
I love this soup. At one point in the past I gave it 4 stars, but if I could I would definitely change it to 5 now. I always use Better Than Bouillon vegetable base for the broth and I leave out the apples. The flavor is so great!