This soup is called orange soup, but it has no oranges in it. The first time that I was offered this soup I didn’t know what to expect. It’s called orange because of the color, which it gets from the orange vegetables in it. It works a lot better in Hebrew. Katom is the color orange and Tapuz is the fruit. I hope that you enjoy this Marak Katom!
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 60 minutes
I chop all the vegetables while I make this soup. I start with the onions and let them cook while I peel and chop the carrots. By the time I get to the pumpkin, all the other vegetables are nicely cooked and it takes only a couple of minutes to finish it up. The vegetables let off liquid, so you shouldn't need to add more oil.
- olive oil - 2 tablespoons
- green onions - 1 large, chopped
- carrots - 2 large, chopped
- celery stalk - 2 large, chopped
- kishuim - 2 large, chopped
- sweet potatoes - 1 large (about 2 cups) chopped
- pumpkin - 4 cups, chopped
- parve chicken soup bouillon - 3 tablespoons
- water - to almost cover
- Heat oil
- Add vegetable, one at a time until all are cooked
- Add water to almost cover
- Add bouillon and boil until vegetables are soft
- Let cool and process with hand blender
- Reheat and serve warm
My hand blender is my favorite kitchen appliance. I love using it for all kinds of soups. It makes them come out nice and creamy.
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