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May 9, 2013

Chilled asparagus orange soup, from A Veggie Venture

Chilled asparagus orange soup, from A Veggie Venture (on Soup Chick).

At long last, local asparagus have landed at our farmers market. Yippee doo dah! When it comes to asparagus, I'm a huge fan, and I'm also a bit of a snob. I buy in season, eat as much as I can every which way, and then -- a brief six weeks later when the growing season ends -- I give up asparagus for the rest of the year. When I saw this unusual recipe from A Veggie Venture that combines asparagus with orange, I had to share it with you. Alanna recommends you make this chilled asparagus orange soup ahead, and let it sit for at least 12 hours to allow the flavors to mellow together. I hope you'll try it.

Get the recipe for chilled asparagus orange soup on A Veggie Venture.

More on Soup Chick:
Chilled green curry coconut asparagus soup
Creamy asparagus leek soup
Asparagus, potato and herb soup

Comments

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Posted by: Katie | May 9, 2013 at 11:25 AM

This sounds an intriguing mix of flavours. I love asparagus and, like you, eat loads of it when in season and then dream about it for the rest of the year! I must try this recipe, thanks for sharing.

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Posted by: adele | September 5, 2013 at 03:17 AM

yes, I agree. Better to let asparagus soup flavours bed in. Helps with the consistency a bit as well I find.

The problem with asparagus soup though is that you can only have a small bowl otherwise something will smell...

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