Balsamic Roasted Beet Soup
Recipe for Warmth on Autumn Days
With the weather finally cooling down over here on the west coast it’s high time to break out the sweaters and soups alike. After all, it just isn’t really fall until you’ve made your first pot of soup at home. The type of soup that fills the entire house with the fragrance of warmth and autumn that lingers on until holiday cookies start making an appearance. So we will gladly enjoy the crisp chill in the air and cozy up with a bowl of this delicious balsamic roasted beet soup. This thick and creamy mixture is sure to be a delightful addition to your Sunday dinners and Thanksgiving table alike!
Since we know it’s all about the presentation we garnished our soup with an additional little dollop of creme fraiche, a drizzle of MiaBella balsamic, fresh dill, and some pumpkin seeds for a little crunch. This soup has such a vibrant red color that any fresh greens will look fantastic on top and just add that little extra! Pair with a glass of Sancerre and you’ve got a wonderful starter or a main attraction.
Not only is this soup delicious and looks fantastic on any dinner table but we are also blown away by our main ingredient, beets! Beets are overflowing with nutrients including Vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, folate, and more. They also contain 0 fat and boast a good amount of dietary fiber. All that being said beets is not exactly an easy food to introduce into your diet...until now. So go ahead and don your sweater and enjoy a hearty delicious bowl of balsamic roasted beet soup.