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"This is a simple but hearty dish. It's similar to cream of broccoli soup only much better! My husband loves this soup so much he planted kohlrabi in our garden; it looks like a small green turnip. The taste and texture of kohlrabi are similar to those of a broccoli stem or cabbage heart, but milder and sweeter. Serve with your favorite bread."
A perfectly creamy and delicious German kohlrabi soup recipe with potatoes and cream cheese. GERMAN KOHLRABI SOUP RECIPE. This German kohlrabi soup is the kind of creamy soup or cream of “something” soup I make very often.. Kohlrabi is always a good choice of vegetable for a soup and potatoes are often part of the equation as they add a lot of creaminess without the need of lots of cream.
This Hungarian Creamy Kohlrabi Soup (Karalábé Leves) recipe is perfect for vegetarians but, because it contains dairy, would not be appropriate for vegans. In any case, it's a delightful light way to start a multicourse meal.
Among the excellent vegan options in Croatia last month was a delicious vegan cream of kohlrabi soup that I tried at a restaurant in Sibenik. It was a pretty unassuming looking dish but was delicious, fresh and flavorful! After a bit of research and experimentation I realized that the restaurant in ...
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How to cook kohlrabi + recipe for Creamy Potato Kohlrabi Soup via @tspbasil Click To Tweet. Did you know….? Kohlrabi is German for “cabbage turnip” Kohlrabi tastes like a cross between celery, jicama and very mild broccoli stalk (to me at least) You can eat it raw or cook it like a root veggie