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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Rhubarb Soup Recipes

Mushroom Soup (with Rhubarb)


2 Carrot
1 Parsley root
2 Celery stalks
2 Onions -- sliced
4 cups Salted water
1 pound Mushrooms -- sliced
1 cup Water
1 Salt and pepper
2 tablespoons Instant flour
1/4 cup Cold water
1/2 cup Sour cream
1 tablespoon Dill leaves
1 pound Rhubarb finely chopped
1 Noodles -- fine macaroni


Cook the carrots, parsley, rhubarb, celery and 1 onion in 4 cups salted water for 20 minutes. Strain. Cook the mushrooms and second onion in 1 cup water for 10 minutes. Add salt and pepper. Combine with vegetable broth, add the flour mixed with 1/4 cup cold water. Boil. Remove from heat. Add sour cream, dill and parsley. Add noodles, fine macaroni.

Norwegian cold rhubarb soup with mint


4 sticks of rhubarb
1/2 a stick of vanilla
1 pt of water
6oz sugar
5 sprigs of mint
1 lemon


Take the leaves of the mint sprigs. Peel the rhubarb and cut it into thin slices. Put the rhubarb peel in a saucepan with the water, sugar stick of vanilla, the juice of the lemon and the by now leafless mint sprigs, let it simmer for 10minutes. Sieve the liquid and add the rhubarb slices. Bring it to the boil, take off the heat and leave to cool. Cut the mint leaves into thin strips. Serve the soup ice cold with the chopped mint leaves on top.


  1. Where is the rhubarb in the recipe "Mushroom Soup (with Rhubarb)"? It's in the ingredients list but no mention of it in the cooking instructions.

    1. Oops, that got lost in a recent edit. I fixed it. Thanks for catching that.