Roast squash, chilli and coriander soup..@ndc.ie

 

Roast-Squash-Chilli-Coriander-Soup

Chef: Annie Bell.

Yields 6 Servings

This roast vegetable soup that is full of South American pizzazz would be nowhere without its finishing flourish of soured cream. As punchy as it is simple, there is no careful stirring or frying, instead the caramelisation takes place in the oven and the flavours concentrate in the process.

 

Ingredients checklist for soup
1.5–1.6kg butternut squash, skin and seeds discarded, and cut into chunks
2 large onions, peeled, halved and sliced
4 vine tomatoes, halved
1 medium–hot red chilli (5–7cm long)
4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
sea salt
900 ml chicken or vegetable stock
Ingredients checklist to serve
2 tbsp soured cream
coarsely chopped coriander
pickled piri-piri or jalapeño peppers (optional)
Instructions

1.Preheat the oven to 200˚C fan/220˚C/gas mark 6. Arrange the squash, onions and
tomatoes in a couple of large roasting pans so that they fit in a crowded single layer, adding the chilli to one. Drizzle a couple of tablespoons of oil over each roasting pan and season with salt. Roast for 55 minutes, stirring halfway through.

2.Remove from the oven, and if any of the onion strands are particularly dark, discard these.

3.Scrape out the inside of the chilli, discarding the seeds if possible, and liquidise the vegetables with the stock in batches in a blender. Pass through a sieve into a saucepan.

4.Gently reheat and serve with a spoon of soured cream, some chopped coriander and pickled chilli if wished.

 

HIGH IN VIT A | SOURCE OF VIT C

Energy 248 Kcal | Fat 11.2g | Sat fat 3g | Carbs 28.2g | Sugar 17.3g | Protein 4.9g | Salt 0.8g

Roast squash, chilli and coriander soup

Roast squash, chilli and coriander soup..@ndc.ie

 

Roast-Squash-Chilli-Coriander-Soup

Chef: Annie Bell.

Yields 6 Servings

This roast vegetable soup that is full of South American pizzazz would be nowhere without its finishing flourish of soured cream. As punchy as it is simple, there is no careful stirring or frying, instead the caramelisation takes place in the oven and the flavours concentrate in the process.

 

Ingredients checklist for soup
1.5–1.6kg butternut squash, skin and seeds discarded, and cut into chunks
2 large onions, peeled, halved and sliced
4 vine tomatoes, halved
1 medium–hot red chilli (5–7cm long)
4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
sea salt
900 ml chicken or vegetable stock
Ingredients checklist to serve
2 tbsp soured cream
coarsely chopped coriander
pickled piri-piri or jalapeño peppers (optional)
Instructions

1.Preheat the oven to 200˚C fan/220˚C/gas mark 6. Arrange the squash, onions and
tomatoes in a couple of large roasting pans so that they fit in a crowded single layer, adding the chilli to one. Drizzle a couple of tablespoons of oil over each roasting pan and season with salt. Roast for 55 minutes, stirring halfway through.

2.Remove from the oven, and if any of the onion strands are particularly dark, discard these.

3.Scrape out the inside of the chilli, discarding the seeds if possible, and liquidise the vegetables with the stock in batches in a blender. Pass through a sieve into a saucepan.

4.Gently reheat and serve with a spoon of soured cream, some chopped coriander and pickled chilli if wished.

 

HIGH IN VIT A | SOURCE OF VIT C

Energy 248 Kcal | Fat 11.2g | Sat fat 3g | Carbs 28.2g | Sugar 17.3g | Protein 4.9g | Salt 0.8g

Roast squash, chilli and coriander soup

Rory O’Connell’s Summer spinach with garlic, chilli and lemon

 rachel summer spinach 5616

Directions

Wash the destalked spinach in several changes of cold water, then allow it to drain in order to remove as much of the water as possible.

Place a wide, low-sided, heavy saucepan or frying pan on the heat and add the olive oil. Immediately add the peeled thinly sliced garlic, and cook gently until the olive oil gets hot and the garlic colours slightly. Add the crushed dried chilli or the chilli flakes, whichever you are using, and cook for a few seconds – the garlic should now be golden.

Increase the heat and add the drained spinach, being careful because it will hiss and spit a bit. Cook the spinach, turning it constantly, then season with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Add the lemon juice and zest, and stir them in. Pull the pan off the heat and taste. Correct the seasoning and serve the spinach immediately in a hot dish. The spinach can also be removed from the pan when it is cooked, spread out flat to cool, and served later at room temperature.

Garlic Recipes:

Rory O’Connell’s Summer spinach with garlic, chilli and lemon

 rachel summer spinach 5616

Directions

Wash the destalked spinach in several changes of cold water, then allow it to drain in order to remove as much of the water as possible.

Place a wide, low-sided, heavy saucepan or frying pan on the heat and add the olive oil. Immediately add the peeled thinly sliced garlic, and cook gently until the olive oil gets hot and the garlic colours slightly. Add the crushed dried chilli or the chilli flakes, whichever you are using, and cook for a few seconds – the garlic should now be golden.

Increase the heat and add the drained spinach, being careful because it will hiss and spit a bit. Cook the spinach, turning it constantly, then season with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Add the lemon juice and zest, and stir them in. Pull the pan off the heat and taste. Correct the seasoning and serve the spinach immediately in a hot dish. The spinach can also be removed from the pan when it is cooked, spread out flat to cool, and served later at room temperature.

Garlic Recipes:

Rory O’Connell’s Summer spinach with garlic, chilli and lemon

 rachel summer spinach 5616

Directions

Wash the destalked spinach in several changes of cold water, then allow it to drain in order to remove as much of the water as possible.

Place a wide, low-sided, heavy saucepan or frying pan on the heat and add the olive oil. Immediately add the peeled thinly sliced garlic, and cook gently until the olive oil gets hot and the garlic colours slightly. Add the crushed dried chilli or the chilli flakes, whichever you are using, and cook for a few seconds – the garlic should now be golden.

Increase the heat and add the drained spinach, being careful because it will hiss and spit a bit. Cook the spinach, turning it constantly, then season with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Add the lemon juice and zest, and stir them in. Pull the pan off the heat and taste. Correct the seasoning and serve the spinach immediately in a hot dish. The spinach can also be removed from the pan when it is cooked, spread out flat to cool, and served later at room temperature.

Garlic Recipes:

Rory O’Connell’s Summer spinach with garlic, chilli and lemon

 rachel summer spinach 5616

Directions

Wash the destalked spinach in several changes of cold water, then allow it to drain in order to remove as much of the water as possible.

Place a wide, low-sided, heavy saucepan or frying pan on the heat and add the olive oil. Immediately add the peeled thinly sliced garlic, and cook gently until the olive oil gets hot and the garlic colours slightly. Add the crushed dried chilli or the chilli flakes, whichever you are using, and cook for a few seconds – the garlic should now be golden.

Increase the heat and add the drained spinach, being careful because it will hiss and spit a bit. Cook the spinach, turning it constantly, then season with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Add the lemon juice and zest, and stir them in. Pull the pan off the heat and taste. Correct the seasoning and serve the spinach immediately in a hot dish. The spinach can also be removed from the pan when it is cooked, spread out flat to cool, and served later at room temperature.

Garlic Recipes:

Roast squash,chilli and coriander soup.

 

Roast-Squash-Chilli-Coriander-Soup

Chef: Annie Bell.

Yields 6 Servings

This roast vegetable soup that is full of South American pizzazz would be nowhere without its finishing flourish of soured cream. As punchy as it is simple, there is no careful stirring or frying, instead the caramelisation takes place in the oven and the flavours concentrate in the process.

 

Ingredients checklist for soup
1.5–1.6kg butternut squash, skin and seeds discarded, and cut into chunks
2 large onions, peeled, halved and sliced
4 vine tomatoes, halved
1 medium–hot red chilli (5–7cm long)
4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
sea salt
900 ml chicken or vegetable stock
Ingredients checklist to serve
2 tbsp soured cream
coarsely chopped coriander
pickled piri-piri or jalapeño peppers (optional)
Instructions

1.Preheat the oven to 200˚C fan/220˚C/gas mark 6. Arrange the squash, onions and
tomatoes in a couple of large roasting pans so that they fit in a crowded single layer, adding the chilli to one. Drizzle a couple of tablespoons of oil over each roasting pan and season with salt. Roast for 55 minutes, stirring halfway through.

2.Remove from the oven, and if any of the onion strands are particularly dark, discard these.

3.Scrape out the inside of the chilli, discarding the seeds if possible, and liquidise the vegetables with the stock in batches in a blender. Pass through a sieve into a saucepan.

4.Gently reheat and serve with a spoon of soured cream, some chopped coriander and pickled chilli if wished.

 

HIGH IN VIT A | SOURCE OF VIT C

Energy 248 Kcal | Fat 11.2g | Sat fat 3g | Carbs 28.2g | Sugar 17.3g | Protein 4.9g | Salt 0.8g

Roast squash, chilli and coriander soup