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THE SLOW COOKING CELIAC BY ANNE LUDER
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Courgette & Apple Soup

Parve, Can be Vegan and Dairy Free, Naturally Gluten Free

Serves 6-8

This should serve 6-8 people and can be served hot or cold so ideal for an autumn (fall) yom tov - Succot - and uses seasonal ingredients which is really nice.  If you want to make this parve then omit the cream/crème fraiche

Use cream for an extra rich dish or else crème fraiche or yogurt to serve

Whoops forgot to say we say courgette in England and in America it would be Zucchini and Apple soup

1 kilo(2.2lb) courgette, chopped
1 large onion or 1 large leek for a milder taste
900(1lb) tart apples peel on
6 sprigs thyme
10 fresh mint leaves plus extra if you wish to garnish
2 bay leaves
½ tsp rated nutmeg and seasoning to taste
900ml (28fl oz) vegetable stock
2tbsp oil for frying
A little crème fraiche or cream for serving


Finally slice the onion or leek and fry until translucent. (3-4 minutes).

Roughly chop the courgette, apple and herbs add to the onions (leek) and stir - cook together for 2-3 minutes to meld flavours.

Add the stock, bring to the boil and simmer until vegetables are tender.
Remove bay leaves.

Blend to a choppy consistency or smooth if you like. Season and add grated nutmeg, serve hot or cold with swirl of crème fraiche (sour cream)