This post was sponsored by Paderno Kitchenware. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
And just like that, the summer break is over, the kids are back in school and we find ourselves pulling our duvets out from the cedar closet. It’s my favourite time of year. That time sandwiched between summer and fall when the evenings are chilly enough to start serving hot soups with bread and slurp by an open fire.
This curried potato, parsnip soup is the perfect weeknight soup. It’s fast and easy to prepare…20-25 minutes tops. And it’s full of potassium, rich in antioxidants, fibre and vitamin C. Typically cream is used for potato soups however this recipe calls for plain Greek yogurt. Use low fat plain Greek yogurt to make it less calorie rich.
Any powdered curry should work here. I tend to like a bit of heat and thus used 1 tablespoon. Feel free to reduce this to 1 1/2 teaspoons to make the curry flavour mild. Be creative with toppings. Pictured here i used croutons and crème fraîche then sprinkled with some fresh dill and toasted walnuts. Alternatively you can use are pea shoots, pumpkin seeds, chevre, parmesan or bacon bits.