Snowed in Vegetable Soup

Snowed in and Soup is on!

pre veg brooth

Something about snow that makes you want to stay in and make soup.  Yesterday in NYC we got  a good amount of snow and that when the cooking began!


One bag of medium sized carrots- washed, peeled and chopped (about an inch).
One stalk of celery- peeled and chopped (about an inch).
Three medium onions- peeled and chopped into fourths.
Five cloves of garlic- peeled and left whole.
One portobello mushroom- roughly chopped.
Three medium white potatoes- quartered.
Hot sauce and nutritional yeast for presentation and a kick.
Salt and pepper to taste.


As you prepare the vegetables listed above, save all peels and skins and throw into a pot of boiling, salted water. (Pictured above).
Let it come to a boil and then simmer for about an hour.
Drain all skins and peels into a large bowl. (I didn’t have a cheesecloth, so I just used a paper towel).
Pour your new broth back into the pot and bring to a boil.
Add all chopped vegetables and cook for about 35 minutes.
Check for tender consistency, salt and desired flavor. (I added a little Tamari here!).
What’s your favorite way to blend, immersion blender? Vitamix? Blend away until smooth.

To Serve

Pour into a bowl and drizzle your favorite hot sauce and sprinkle some nutritional yeast flakes. Enjoy.

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