Celeriac and Apple Soup

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A few years ago a lady jumped ahead of me at the till at Tesco to ask the employee what something in her hand was. That something was an aubergine. I was amused how can somebody not know what a common vegetable was.  I even told it as a joke to whoever was willing to listen (not proud of it). Then, it happened to me a couple of days ago.

I started getting an Organic Vegetable box delivered to my house from Organic Republic. In my box there was an odd looking vegetable I had somehow never used before:


Needless to say, I didn’t know what it was or what to do with it.  I was quite ashamed of myself, 28 years old and plant based didn’t know what a local vegetable was. Anyway, after a bit of googling I found out the vegetable is called celeriac and as its name might hint it has a mild celery taste. I thought a safe option is to try it out in a soup. 

In the meantime, I had a lot of cooking apples at home and a friend of mine had made a soup that contained apples so I was intrigued to try it as well.  This soup that came out of the pot had a diverse autumn palette of flavours and I think you either love it or you don’t. Everyone that tried it (4 people) thought it was delicious so I hope you do too.

Celeriac and Apple Soup with Hazelnuts
Gluten free plantbased autumn soup.
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  1. 1 whole Celeriac
  2. 2 large onions
  3. 3 cooking apples
  4. 2 litres of boiled water
  5. 2 Kalo stock cubes
  6. 1 can coconut milk
  7. 2 tsps thyme
  8. 2 tsp coconut oil
  9. Toppings
  10. 1 packet 250g hazelnuts
  11. Crushed chillis
  1. Chop all the veg in similar size pieces.
  2. Melt the coconut oil in a large pot and fry the onions for 5 min.
  3. Add the celeriac and apple cook for another 2 min.
  4. Add the water, and kalo cubes.
  5. Simmer over medium heat for 25 min.
  6. Add the thyme and coconut milk and cook for another 5 min.
  7. In the meantime heat a pan and place the hazelnuts in a single layer. Toast them until golden brown while stirring regularly. remove the skin before topping the soup with them
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