Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup

This ‘Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup’ is perfect for Winter with warming apples and parsnips giving it a sweetness along with curry flavours giving it a kick! 

Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup

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My Soup Maker is out from the back of the cupboard and ready to take prime position on my kitchen counter-top! So, let’s get making some Soup!

As the days are getting colder and the evenings are getting darker, I definitely like to curl up with a big bowl of hot soup and some crusty bread, and I’m pretty certain I’m not alone in this!

I don’t eat soup through the warmer Summery months at all, the thought just doesn’t appeal to me. But as soon as Autumn comes, so do the soup recipes! If you don’t make your own Soup, then you will probably think it’s really easy to whizz up some ingredients and make a Soup, but to make a Soup worthy of eating, it has to have the right ingredients and the right flavour balance.

I have made some pretty terrible Soup concoctions in the past, but this ‘Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup’, is worthy of sharing with you as it is perfect for this time of year. The warming sweet tones of Apples and Parsnips, pair beautifully with curry spices and this is all delicious topped off with a good whirl of Soya-based cream and a thick slice of homemade crusty bread!

Apples and Parsnips pair perfectly together as they are both sweet and delicious once cooked. I personally love to roast my Parsnips, and when it comes to Autumn and Winter, I always have a bag of Parsnips in the fridge ready for roasting on a Sunday afternoon for my Roast Dinner. Apples are also an ingredient that I always have in the fridge throughout the year but you guys seem to particularly love during the Autumn months.

This ‘Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup’ doesn’t require a Soup Maker, so if you haven’t got one then do not panic. However, I seriously recommend anyone invest in one as it couldn’t get any easier using a Soup Maker, just pop your ingredients in and let it whizz away for 30 minutes. You also have the choice of roasting the Parsnips and sautéing your onions prior to adding them but if you’re rushed for time then you can keep this as simple as possible and skip these steps.

When I first used my Soup Maker, I didn’t believe it was so simple, you don’t even need to cook the vegetables prior to adding them and the maker will warm your soup up perfectly for you ready to serve immediately! The only thing you may need to do is a final taste test at the end and then add anything you feel is missing or is required to be added at the end, such as the soya-based cream or coriander leaves which are added before serving.

Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup

If you are looking for some more Soup recipes to warm you up this Autumn, then try some of my other recipes:

Sweet Beetroot Soup

Coconut Curried Broccoli Soup

Roast Parsnip, White Bean and Thyme Soup

Creamy Cauliflower and Parsnip Soup

I hope you enjoy this recipe and if you give it a go, leave a comment and let me know or post a picture on  instagram or  facebook and use #untaintedtastes and tag me @untaintedtastes as I’d love to see them 🙂 xo

Apple and Parsnip Curried Soup
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Recipe type: Vegan, Main, 30-Minutes or Less
Cuisine: Soup
Serves: Serves 4
  • 1 onion
  • 1 tsp ginger/garlic paste
  • 4 parsnips, peeled and diced (roast if desired)
  • 4 apples, peeled, cored and diced
  • 1 litre vegetable stock
  • 2 tsp curry powder
  • 100 ml Soya based cream (I used Alpro)
  • A few fresh coriander leaves, extra to garnish
  1. Simply place all ingredients, except the coriander and cream, in your soup maker and blend
  2. on a smooth soup setting.
  3. My soup maker, bleeps after 30 minutes to let me know it is ready. Add the coriander leaves
  4. and cream and give the soup maker a final blend for a few seconds to combine.
  5. *You can roast the parnsips if you wish for approx. 35-45 mins before adding to the soup
  6. maker. Reserve some parsnip and apple slices for garnish.
  7. Once the soup is ready, serve in bowls, with some parnsip and apple slices and a drizzle
  8. of cream.

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