Vegetable Soup

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  • Cook & Prep: 2.5 h
  • Serving: 6
  • No Allergens

Ingredients (10)

Main ingredients

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To Prepare the Soup

  1. Place vegetables in soup pot and cover with water. The garlic may be put in a spice bag. Add remaining spices.

  2. Cook over medium-low heat for 1 hour and 15 minutes. If water cooks out, add a little more.

  3. Remove garlic and discard. Blend soup with hand blender.

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  • Chaya Stamm

    Vegetable Soup

    Enjoyed!

    I made this soup yesterday and thought it was ok. I froze the leftovers and took a portion to work. The defrosted soup was much better than the fresh! Don't like using so much soup mix, though.
    Posted by Chaysim |May 11, 2017
    2
  • Brandy Deutsch

    Vegetable Soup

    technical question

    what do you mean to put garlic in spice bag? what is a spice bag and what do you mean dispose afterwards? can i just use garlic powder or the frozen cubes?
    Posted by bd495 |January 20, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I think that the suggestion is if a bulb or garlic is too strong for your taste, putting it in a bouquet garni bag is an option. This bag is a small mesh bag that cooks place ingredients whose flavor they want to impart into something, usually a soup or a stew, but the actual item pieces they want to leave out. Garlic powder or cubes should work, it really depends on your level of garlic tolerance.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 20, 2017
    Leah Jaroslawicz
    A spice bag means in a cheese cloth pouch, referred to as a Sachet in french (which is the traditional), it is similar to a bouquet garni ( herbs and spices in a cheesecloth pouch). As for the garlic, it is probably preferable to use fresh (or frozen cubes) simply because fresh vs dried always gives a different flavour, in the sense that dried herbs are more intense, therefor you need less. I would try it both ways and see if your family can taste a difference.
    Posted by KosherConnoisseur|January 22, 2017
    0
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  • Chaya Stamm

    Vegetable Soup

    Enjoyed!

    I made this soup yesterday and thought it was ok. I froze the leftovers and took a portion to work. The defrosted soup was much better than the fresh! Don't like using so much soup mix, though.
    Posted by Chaysim |May 11, 2017
    2
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  • Brandy Deutsch

    Vegetable Soup

    technical question

    what do you mean to put garlic in spice bag? what is a spice bag and what do you mean dispose afterwards? can i just use garlic powder or the frozen cubes?
    Posted by bd495 |January 20, 2017
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I think that the suggestion is if a bulb or garlic is too strong for your taste, putting it in a bouquet garni bag is an option. This bag is a small mesh bag that cooks place ingredients whose flavor they want to impart into something, usually a soup or a stew, but the actual item pieces they want to leave out. Garlic powder or cubes should work, it really depends on your level of garlic tolerance.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|January 20, 2017
    Leah Jaroslawicz
    A spice bag means in a cheese cloth pouch, referred to as a Sachet in french (which is the traditional), it is similar to a bouquet garni ( herbs and spices in a cheesecloth pouch). As for the garlic, it is probably preferable to use fresh (or frozen cubes) simply because fresh vs dried always gives a different flavour, in the sense that dried herbs are more intense, therefor you need less. I would try it both ways and see if your family can taste a difference.
    Posted by KosherConnoisseur|January 22, 2017
    0

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