Beautifully roasted vegetables are transformed into a delicious soup using just a blender. This Blender Roasted Vegetable Soup is so full of flavor, and super easy to prepare. If you have never prepared soup in a blender before, this technique is a must try! Grab your favorite combination of fresh vegetables, or use mine. Either way, you are going to love the flavor profile, and simplicity of this puréed soup.
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WHAT ARE THE BEST VEGETABLES TO ROAST FOR SOUP?
Honestly, there is really no wrong answer. Roast whatever you like. Just NOT canned vegetables.
The combination of fresh vegetables I used in my Blender Roasted Vegetable Soup, worked perfectly. Consider the flavor profile of your finished soup. Keeping in mind, that once certain vegetables are roasted, the flavor may change a bit. Some vegetables take on a sweet, caramelized flavor. Other vegetables will tend to be smokey, and possibly a tad bitter.
Lately, I have seen a number of video recipes roasting tomatoes, garlic and onions for a creamy tomato soup. I am definitely trying this out soon! Additionally, I am so excited to see the variations of soup I can create with Autumn vegetables.
Aside from the vegetables I used in this Roasted Vegetable Soup, these are also great substitutions and/or additions:
- sweet potatoes
- butternut squash
- red bell peppers
HOW TO MAKE SOUP IN A BLENDER
Homemade soup in a blender…sounds funny, right? Well, you do have to take the time to roast the vegetables. It’s all down hill after that. Once the vegetables are roasted, just add to a stand up blender with the remaining ingredients and pulse to your desired consistency. Adding additional stock or cream, as needed.
Leave the garlic bulb whole. Cut the top off and peel away any of the loose outer wrapping. Give the garlic bulb a bit of extra love with olive oil and kosher salt. Be sure to remove the entire bulb and any loose wrappings immediately after roasting. Prior to blending, squeeze out those gorgeous cloves of roasted garlic.
Word of CAUTION! The contents in the blender are going to be HOT! Most blenders are equipped with a vent. Be sure to use it. This will allow the steam to release. If not, you may end up with soup all over your kitchen. Oh and not to mention, all of over you, too. Please do NOT burn yourself.
If you do not own a stand blender, dump all of the ingredients into a pot and blend with an immersion blender. You should know by now, how much I adore this kitchen gadget.
PURÉED SOUP VS CHUNKY ROASTED VEGETABLE SOUP
This Blender Roasted Vegetable Soup Recipe is more like a puréed soup. If you prefer a chunkier roasted soup, I suggest using blending only half of the roasted vegetables.
This technique will require the use of a stock pot. Pour in the blended vegetables, along with the roasted vegetables remaining on the sheet pan. Continue with the recipe as directed below.
HOW TO SERVE BLENDER ROASTED VEGETABLE SOUP
Depending on how many vegetables you are roasting, most of them should easily fit in a stand blender. If not, blend in batches. The soup will be hot enough to pour directly into bowls.
As an alternative, once the vegetables have been blended with a bit of stock, add to a stockpot. Stir in the heavy cream. Simmer for an additional 5 to 10 minutes.
For a healthier and lighter version of this Blender Roasted Vegetable Soup, omit the heavy whipping cream.
Be sure to garnish with a high-quality olive oil, croutons and fresh basil.
HOW TO MAKE BLENDER ROASTED VEGETABLE SOUP VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN
Wanting a vegan or vegetarian roasted vegetable soup recipe? Easily enough, substitute the chicken stock with vegetable stock or broth. Secondly, replace the dairy with a vegan-friendly dairy alternative. That is it!Print
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