Roasted Root Vegetable Soup With Cumin, Thyme and Rosemary

One of the great things about being money-poor and time-rich in this part of the world is that you get to spend a lot of time cooking with fresh, tasty, seasonal foods. Doing it when there’s an internet about means you’re also never short of inspiration!

These days, ’round these parts, you can pick up a bag of parsnips, a great big turnip, or a bag of carrots for around 50c, and spuds are €1 a kilo. I don’t know about you, but in my world that means one thing: soup time!

Here’s what I’m making now. It’s ridiculously easy to make and incredibly adaptable- just substitute the veggies and herbs for whatever you’ve got around that looks like it’d be delicious.

Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Cumin, Thyme and Rosemary

The soup is delicious. And the blog has moved house! Pop over to the new page and cook up something nomtastic. 


8 thoughts on “Roasted Root Vegetable Soup With Cumin, Thyme and Rosemary

  1. Yummy, the flavours in this sound absolutely fantastic – and the colour of the soup; wow!

  2. *salivating like Homer Simpson*

    I’m so glad it’s soup season for me again! This post has inspired me to use up that butternut squash I’ve had lying around–and now, I’ve got turnip in my head…mmm…

  3. It looks nice. I can smell the aroma of those pictures.

  4. Crikey that looks like a fantastic soup! (we love the pictures!) – this would definitely be an excellent contender in our Soup of the Month competition. This month is the ‘Best of British’ theme – do you fancy having a shot?

  5. Wow, that looks sooo good! I am a terrible cook, but anything with just vegetarian ingredients is worth trying!

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