Paleo Soup Made of Golden Beets & Fennel

Golden Beet with Fennel Soup

Most of us think of fennel bulbs as a vegetable, but its fronds have a long history of being used as a culinary herb. Here the bulb is used, along with golden beets, in a delicate soup while the fronds are used as a subtle licorice flavoured garnish. Look for fennel bulbs that still retain a generous number of the fronds, rather than those that have been completely trimmed.

 

Notes

  • Don’t skip on coriander seed, as it really adds another dimension to this soup. I also like to use ground coriander as a garnish.
  • This recipe requires a blender.
  • Cream is optional. Without the cream, safe for 21 Day Sugar Detox.

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