- 1/2 Brown onion, peeled
- 1 Garlic clove, peeled
- 180 g jerusalem artichokes, peeled
- 40 g olive oil
- 500 g kipfler potatoes, washed & unpeeled
- 600 g water
- 1 tbsp TM Vegetable stock paste
Add onion, garlic and artichokes to TM bowl and chop for 3 secs / sp 7. Scrape down bowl.
Add oil and saute with MC removed for 3 min / Varoma / sp 1.
Add whole potatoes, water and stock to TM bowl. Replace MC and cook 20 min / 100 deg / sp 1.
Blend soup for 30 sec / sp 8, going to speed 8 gradually. Pour into Thermoserver or serve straight away.
The kipfler potatoes I used were cocktail-sized or quite small. Larger kipflers may need to be roughly chopped in half.
Leaving the skin on your vegetables where possible in soups helps create a lovely velvet texture without the need to add cream.
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