You've got a bunch of spring onions? Enjoy them in a delicious spring onions cherry tomato soup for a simple easy meal. Serve this onion soup over some rice or enjoy it with a piece of bread...
Onions soup isn't something you'd think of during summer, am I right my dear friend?
Spring onions are out and you ain't just going to use all of them as a garnish, are you? I bet you'd like to learn other ways to use them especially if you buy a huge bunch or you're growing them in your garden.
This spring onions cherry tomato soup is just made for you. Seriously, I see a lot of people throwing the tops of the green onions because they have no idea what to do with them.
Just to let you know, they're perfect in an omelet in case you do eat eggs.
This spring onion with cherry tomato soup is deliciously sweet, flavorful, and it's a healing onion soup recipe.
Made with fresh ginger, fresh turmeric, and fresh garlic, this onion soup will soothe your tummy especially if you do have digestion issues.
Add some nutritional yeast and you'll take this delicious onion soup into another level!
My darling baby gal doesn't eat onions in general, but every time I make this onion soup I don't hear her whining. That's how delicious this onion soup is. It goes very well with rice, millet, quinoa, sweet potatoes/potatoes or a piece of bread.
I can hear you asking, " are you talking about scallions?"
Spring onions vs scallions
- You might be wondering, "are spring onions and scallions the same?"
- Spring onions and scallions are of the same allium family.
- However, scallions also know as green onions, never produce a bulb as the onions do, and they are mild in flavor
- Spring onions, on the other hand, are young onions that have been harvested before the onions fully mature. Their bulb can be either white or red
- They are sweeter and tender than mature onions with less developed onion flavor.
- The greens of spring onions are tougher than those of scallions, but you can cook and enjoy them like in this onion soup
What to substitute tomatoes with
- If you are avoiding nightshade veggies, you can then substitute the tomatoes with pumpkins, carrots, mushrooms, or you can just leave them out.
- However, if you've no issues with nightshades, substitute tomatoes with sweet potatoes, potatoes, bell peppers, etc.
When choosing the green onions don't go for very mature ones otherwise you might not like doing some extra chewing hahaha
I really hope you're going to make this onion soup my dear friend. I am now going to eagerly stay here waiting to read your comments, feel free to ask any question and help me grow this blog by sharing this onion soup recipe.
My love to you, Githu
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Spring onions cherry tomato soup
- 2 shallots
- 1 bundle of fresh spring onions (not overgrown)
- 1 tablespoon cold-pressed olive oil
- a thumb of ginger
- small fresh turmeric root
- 3 cloves of garlic
- a hanful of cherry tomatoes
- 3 cups vegetable broth (1cup/person)
- a pinch of salt
- some pepper
- some fresh basil leaves or herbs of your choice
- 2 tablespoon nutritional yeast (optional)
- Clean all your veggies
- Dice the shallots together with the fresh onion bulbs
- Put them in a saucepan with oil and cook them at a medium heat covered for about 4 mins
- In the meantime, grate ginger, turmeric, and garlic together. Chop the tops of the green onions
- Add all in the saucepan, and stir well. Cover for 3 mins
- Add the cherry tomatoes and stir again, add salt, and the vegetable broth
- Increase the heat till the boiling takes place then lower the heat to medium
- Let the soup simmer for 3 mins, the ideal is to leave the cherry tomatoes whole, just slightly cooked
- Cut off the heat, add the rest of the ingredients, cover and let it cool before serving
- Enjoy this soup with rice, bread, quinoa, millet, baked/steamed potatoes or sweet potatoes
- Please do share this recipe, rate it and leave me a comment on how you find it.
- I love you, kiss