Polish red beet soup, or borscht, is nourishing, delicious and loved by children and adults alike! But ordinarily it takes a long time to cook the traditional version with shredded cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, parsnips etc. To make the matters worse, most common recipes would have you cook the broth separately and then sautee the vegetables likewise separately. For this reason, I was quite skeptical when my husband told me about the holiday Polish barszcz that requires absolutely no sauteeing or shredding. Instead, this beet soup consists of chopped beets, carrots, parsnip, celeriac, herbs and spices. And the headline for this recipe may well be “set it and forget it.” To my surprise, and I am surprised every time I make it, this soup is incredibly delicious. For the sake of your taste buds and health, try it. The red beet soup is perfect all around.
Heart Healthy • Vegan • Low Glycemic • Gluten-free • Dairy-free • Nutrient-dense • Delicious • Easy