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Strawberry Soup

Strawberry Soup

Use up your leftover strawberries to make this Strawberry Soup recipe

As the state fruit, strawberries are a point of pride for the state of Delaware. Make this soup in the summer with sweet summer strawberries, and add a hint of savory flavor with the addition of balsamic vinegar.

Ingredients

  • 10 Cups fresh strawberries, cleaned and hulled
  • 1/2 Cup honey
  • 1 1/2 Cup water
  • 1/2 Teaspoon black pepper
  • 3 Teaspoons balsamic vinegar
  • crème fraiche, for garnish

Servings6

Calories Per Serving170

Folate equivalent (total)61µg15%


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Just to be clear, I wasn’t the only one. Fruit soups were (and still are) always polarising. You either loved & devoured them happily or dreaded them completely.

For many, “Fruit” plus “Soup” just didn’t seem to click together. If you had a chance to try a Hot Strawberry Soup in your childhood – you know exactly what I mean. There is no middle ground here, just love OR hate.

Sometime in the early Noughties (2000’s), strawberry soup fell off the radar and off our menus. Foreign and exotic flavours have taken over Polish taste buds.

So I happily steered clear from all fruit soups — until, that is, I bought way too many strawberries this week.


Watch the video: Strawberry Soup Recipe Demonstration - (December 2021).