After cooking and eating your way through the holidays, there’s nothing better than settling in with a warming bowl of hearty soup. Thanks in part to its wild rice, this dish has a wonderful nutty, earthy fragrance. It simmers on the stove for up to an hour and serves eight, making it the perfect easy dinner for the family—and your weekend guests.
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Serve with crusty bread or Caramelized Onion Biscuits.
I have been making this soup since I found it last year and it is a winner. Everyone loves it and I am making it again tonight. It is great with a salad and either fresh French bread or a good Ciabatta (sp.) bread. I also add more meat to the recipe. Another hint is to get the butternut squash already cut up at Costco. Makes it a lot easier!
Awesome fall/winter soup! This was very easy to make. As said in a previous review-who knew I liked turnips? They give this dish a wonderful flavor! This will become a regular at our house.
This soup was simple and hearty and very tasty. I didn't think I liked turnips! Who knew? The turnips and squash gave a nice, earthy flavor without being too heavy. Thanks to the absence of potatoes, it did not taste like a standard beef stew. I'll definitely make this one again.
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