Get ready to warm your soul and satisfy your taste buds with this incredible Turnip Soup! The comforting low-carb soup is a game-changer, packed with flavor, and will keep you feeling satisfied. This easy recipe is a low-carb variation of traditional potato soup and is a delightful keto twist that will leave you craving for more. Get ready to indulge in a bowl of pure deliciousness!
- Preparation and cooking overview
- Chef's note
- 🍲 Ingredients for this turnip soup recipe
- Toppings option
- Ingredient substitutions
- Additional ingredients
- Cooking tools required
- Tools substitute options
- How to make Turnip Soup: step-by-step guide
- Cooking methods
- Preparation steps
- What to serve with Turnip Soup
- How to make it healthier
- Time-saving tips
- What can I prepare ahead of time?
- Storage and reheating instructions
- Storage instructions
- Reheating instructions
- Recipe wrap-up and conclusion
- Frequently asked questions
- Where to find Moon Cheese?
- 📖 Recipe
Preparation and cooking overview
Get ready for a speedy and satisfying cooking experience with our Turnip Soup! In just 30 minutes, you will be on your way to creating this flavorful masterpiece. Prepare to dive into a bowl of pure comfort that will warm your heart and nourish your body.
Turnips are an incredibly versatile vegetable that adds a unique twist to this keto soup. Their natural sweetness shines through when cooked, providing a pleasant balance to the savory flavors. Feel free to experiment with different toppings and garnishes to make this soup your own culinary masterpiece.
🍲 Ingredients for this turnip soup recipe
Feel free to customize the recipe based on your preferences and the ingredients on hand.
Cooking tools required
To make this turnip soup recipe you will require the following tools:
Tools substitute options
How to make Turnip Soup: step-by-step guide
- Gather your ingredients: Take a moment to gather all the required ingredients listed in the recipe. Having everything ready and within reach will make the cooking process smoother.
- Prepare the turnips: Start by washing the turnips thoroughly under running water. Use a vegetable peeler or a paring knife, to peel the turnips and remove the outer skin. Once peeled, dice the turnips into ¼-inch cubes. Set them aside for later use in the recipe.
- Chop the onion and mince the garlic: Take the onion and peel off the skin. Finely chop the onion into small pieces. Next, peel the garlic cloves and mince them finely. Having these aromatics prepped and ready will add flavor to the soup.
- Crumble the crispy bacon: If you don't have pre-cooked bacon, cook bacon slices until crispy and allow the bacon to cool slightly. Crumble it into small pieces and set aside for the final soup topping.
Chef's pro tip
Here's a nifty trick to prevent any mishaps when adding heavy cream to your piping-hot soup. It's all about tempering that cream! Grab a small amount of the hot soup and slowly pour it into the cream while whisking like a pro. This gentle process gradually warms up the cream, ensuring it blends smoothly into the soup without any curdling. Once your cream is nice and cozy, go ahead and pour it into the soup, giving it a gentle stir to bring all the flavors together. Voila! Creamy goodness without a single curdle in sight!
What to serve with Turnip Soup
How to make it healthier
What can I prepare ahead of time?
Storage and reheating instructions
Recipe wrap-up and conclusion
With its creamy texture, flavorful turnips, and irresistible toppings, this soup is a true comfort food with a low-carb twist. It's like a warm hug for your taste buds, filling you with all the goodness of a hearty meal. So go ahead, grab a spoon, and dive into this bowl of keto deliciousness!
Don't let this recipe sit idle on your screen—take action! Gather those turnips, dice them up, and get ready to create a soup that will impress your taste buds and keep you on track with your low-carb lifestyle. With each spoonful, you'll savor the richness, creaminess, and satisfaction of a soup that's both comforting and guilt-free. So what are you waiting for? Get cooking and indulge in the goodness of Loaded Keto Turnip Soup today!
Frequently asked questions
We have partnered with the good folks at Moon Cheese for this recipe to really display the versatility of our personal favorite cheese snack in the kitchen. For this recipe and other soups, Moon Cheese makes a great topper. Mostly because it plays a hybrid role of both cheese and cracker.
If you’ve never tried Moon Cheese, think cheesy oyster cracker, but so totally better.
In the past, we have used Moon Cheese dust to create Keto Cheesy Chicken Poppers and yes, they are as delicious as they sound.
Where to find Moon Cheese?
Moon Cheese is available nationwide at stores including Publix and Target. You can use their store locator to find a store near you!
Moon Cheese is a great snack to munch on all by itself. Personally, we love to use it in our own homemade version of a savory low-carb trail mix. It’s not really a recipe just a combination of things that are always in our snack drawer. It usually includes some of the following:
- Moon Cheese
- Pumpkin seeds
- Some sort of nut (pecans or macadamia nuts usually for their fat content)
- A little bit of beef jerky or sliced meat stick
Viola! You’ve got a great low-carb snack with endless flavor combinations to satisfy your palette. We practically keep a bag in our hiking packs, but you could toss some in your gym bag, or simply in the center console of your car for snack emergencies.
Loaded Keto Turnip Soup
- ¼ cup 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
- ¼ cup chopped onion
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- 2 lbs turnips diced in ¼ ” cubes
- 1 teaspoon salt
- ⅛ teaspoon black pepper
- 3 cups chicken bone broth
- ⅓ cup heavy cream
- 6 slices crispy bacon crumbled
- 1 package cheddar Moon Cheese
- ¼ cup minced chives
- Heat the butter in a dutch oven, once bubbling add in the onion and garlic, cooking for 2-3 minutes until fragrant. Add in the turnips and cook another 3-4 minutes before adding in the salt, pepper, and bone broth.
- Bring to a simmer, cover and cook for 20 minutes. Remove about a third of the turnips and set aside.
- Transfer the soup to a blender or use an immersion blender to puree until smooth.
- Place the soup back in the dutch oven if you used a blender and add the turnips back in. Pour in the heavy cream and bring just to a simmer before diving between 4 bowls. Top with the toppings, then serve.
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