|Green pea soup with horseradish créme fraiche|
When big girl was younger, she was big into soup. She liked carrot soup the best, followed by chantarelle soup and pea soup. I used to make this pea soup for her, which she would gladly eat. It had been a while, so I thought I would try it out on the toddler.
|Stirring together grated horseradish and créme fraiche|
|Onions, peas, bouillion, and water|
|Mix until smooth, add some milk and a little S&P|
|Topped with a dollop of horseradish créme fraiche, with some grilled ham and swiss on the side.|
|This is what the toddler thought of it. She ate the insides of her grilled cheese and discarded the rest. Her comment on the soup was, and I quote, "Go away!".|
Here is where the recipe comes from.
Green Pea soup with horseradish créme fraiche
1 tsp olive oil
1 onion, chopped
600 g frozen peas
4 dl water
1.5 dl milk
1 vegetable bouillion cube
1.5 dl low fat créme fraiche
Salt and pepper
Combine horseradish and créme fraiche to taste. Cover and refrigerate.
Saute onion in olive oil in a stockpot until soft. Add peas, water, and bouillion cube. Boil for 8 minutes. Remove from heat and puree until smooth. Add milk, season to taste, and return to heat, warming to desired temperature. Serve with a dollop of the horseradish creme. Serves 4. If they actually eat it.