Chilled Beetroot Soup

The colour of this soup is enough to bring joy to the heart.

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A glorious and colourful start to a meal. Royal red beetroot transformed into a soup. I had fennel flowers sitting on the kitchen bench so these went into the soup as well, with some plain yoghurt.

Similar recipes include Quick Gazpacho, and South Indian Beetroot Soup.

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Cold Beetroot Soup | Vegetarian | A Life TIme of Cooking

Chilled Beetroot Soup

Often recipes over-complicate this simple yet elegant soup. This is all that is needed.

Take 4 or 5 pre-cooked and peeled medium sized beetroots and 750ml – 800ml of good vegetarian stock. Using an immersion stick blender, puree the beets. You could also use a blender or food processor. Taste the soup and adjust seasonings. Thin the soup a little more if you wish.

Place in the fridge to chill.

Take a little yoghurt, about a tablespoon per person, and add a pinch of salt and a pinch of cumin powder per person.

Serve the chilled soup in beautiful bowls and swirl the yoghurt on top.

recipe notes
Instead of using yoghurt, make a tadka by popping some black mustard seeds in ghee, then adding cumin seeds, allowing them to brown. Pour the tadka on top of the soup.

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Author: Ganga108

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