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Roasted Garlic Artichoke Soup Recipe

Posted on 19th of March, 2010 by Lévana

Roasted Garlic Artichoke Soup Recipe

So luxurious, and quite simple to make! I find gorgeous frozen artichoke bottoms in the frozen section of every Kosher supermarket: Someone in the food industry, bless him, has done all the pesky job of snapping the leaves off the artichokes, and the even peskier job of scraping the fuzz off the artichoke bottoms, leaving us only with exactly what we want (perfect artichoke bottoms or baby artichoke hearts) in order to sail through the preparation of quite a few artichoke-based treats. Lean, nutrient-packed, different, and delicious. Did you know there was an artichoke liqueur called Cynar? Not for the fainthearted: Try it, it might grow on you!

Ingredients:

4 heads garlic

2 tablespoons olive oil

3 10 ounce boxes frozen artichoke hearts

1 large head celery root, grated

1/3 cup olive oil

3 sprigs fresh rosemary, leaves only

3 sprigs thyme, leaves only

Good pinch saffron

1 teaspoon turmeric

Salt to taste

Ground pepper to taste

1/4 cup chopped chives

Instructions:

Cut off the points of the garlic heads. Rub with the olive oil. Wrap in foil, cut sides down, and roast in a preheated 400 degree oven until browned and soft.

Bring 3 quarts of water to boil in a heavy pot. Squeeze the flesh out of the garlic heads into the pot. Add the artichokes, celery root, olive oil, rosemary, thyme, saffron, turmeric and salt to taste. Bring back to boil, then reduce to medium. Cook, covered, 30 minutes. Puree the soup with an immersion blender. Add ground pepper to taste and chives. Adjust consistency and seasonings. Serve hot. Delicious chilled too.

Image via Miss Foodie

Filed under: Artichoke Hearts Recipes, Kosher for Passover Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Pareve Recipes, Passover Recipes, Roasted Garlic Recipes, Soup Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes

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4 Questions

  1. Michelle, on Said:

    Hi Levana,

    What did you use to garnish the soup in the photo? It looks beautiful and delicious. Would be perfect on a Yom Tov table.

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    • Lévana, on Said:

      Michelle I certainly wouldn’t go out of my way to buy a garnish. Anything you might have that was used in the soup will do: Rosemary, thyme, diced artichoke hearts etc..

  2. Rachel Horowitz, on Said:

    How many servings does this soup make? Reading through the recipe, it looks to be 8-10, but that’s a guess. Do you know if this would freeze well? Or how long would it keep in the fridge?

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