Homemade Irish Vegetable Soup Recipe


Homemade Irish vegetable Soup Recipe

Great Tasting and Easy Irish Vegetable Soup

Homemade Irish vegetable is one of those great go to recipes everyone tries when the cold weather starts to fall upon us.  Packed full of seasonal vegetables a traditional Homemade Irish vegetable soup is both packed full of flavour and it is also a great way to get some vegetable goodness into you.

As the cold weather comes in having a piping hot bowl of soup is always a good way to warm your body from the inside and is an easy way to make a quick lunch which is healthy too.  Put it together with a nice homemade brown Irish Soda bread and you have one very tasty meal.

Homemade Irish Vegetable Soup recipe

In Ireland having a nice bowl of vegetable soup is something we enjoy very much.  Sometimes its a great way of using up the left over veg in the bottom of the fridge but it is also a great way to make the most of those root vegetable that are in season and abundant.

Making a Homemade Irish Vegetable Soup need not be a chore. No need to cut up the vegetables into exact cubes or even spend a lot of time chopping. Just chop or slice up your vegetables into roughly the same size then pop them into a pot and swet to give them a bit of colour and flavour and you are good to go.

Soups are so easy to make and you can make them as easy as you like yet still packed full of flavour.  Just follow the cooking methods of this Irish Vegetable Soup Recipe and create your own soup to to your own taste.  If you don’t have fresh vegetable to hand then frozen are just as good too.

I hope you enjoy my Homemade Irish Vegetable Soup and give it a try. Let me know in the comments what you thought and if you have any questions I will always be happy to answer them.

Homemade Irish Vegetable Soup Recipe
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
 

Traditional homemade Irish Vegetable Soup packed full of flavour and easy to make.

Course: Soup
Cuisine: Irish
Keyword: home made soup recipe, homemade irish vegetable soup recipe, homemade soup recipe, homemade vegetable soup recipe, traditional vegetable soup recipe, vegetable soup recipe
Servings: 4 People
Calories: 299 kcal
Author: J.J. Sheridan
Ingredients
  • 100 grams White Onion sliced
  • 100 grams Carrot sliced
  • 100 grams Turnip
  • 100 grams Leek
  • 100 grams Celery
  • 200 grams Potato
  • 1 and 1/2 ltrs Vegetable Stock
  • 50 grams Butter
  • salt and white pepper
Instructions
  1. Melt the butter in a deep pot on a medium heat then add the vegetables keeping the potato back. Cook vegetables stirring regularly without adding colour and onions become translucent

  2. Cook vegetables stirring regularly without adding colour and onions become translucent for approx 5 or 6 minutes.

  3. Add the stock and bring to a boil. Skim off any scum that rises to the top.

  4. Add the sliced potato to the pot and season and continue to cook until all vegetables are cooked through.

  5. Once vegtables are fully cooked blend using a hand blender until smooth.

  6. Bring to a boil again and season to taste.

  7. If you want a cream of vegetable soup add in 100ml of cream

  8. Serve with a couple of sliced of brown bread for a genuine Irish touch and enjoy.

 

J.J. Sheridan

From a very young age most of my memories revolve around food. From my Nanny Sheridan baking apple tarts on the weekend while Nanny Hackett cooked buns to my Grandfather Jackie cooking the Sunday dinner. Food has always been apart of my life in one form or another. During my Naval Service I spent much of my spare time in the galley chatting to Chefs about what they were cooking. I was in awe at the skill these Chefs had under the conditions of working at sea and how they always delivered great meals. Later on in life with the economic crisis in Ireland I was able to dedicate myself to re-educating myself to train to become a Chef. What was meant to be a couple of years spent on doing a course to become a Chef became five years where I moved up to degree and honours degree in my field of interest. This education along with my passion for Irish produce and Irish food suppliers developed a keen interest in sharing my knowledge with friends and family.

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