While cycling in the Pyrenees, I found about two kilos of sweet chestnuts. I took them home and made them into the tastiest soup I’ve ever eaten. Read on to find out how easy it is to make chestnut and parsnip soup.
And that’s it. Very simple and astoundingly delicious. Serve the soup with fresh brown bread and butter. It’s a rich soup so don’t make the portions too large.
Top tip – If you haven’t got any chestnuts, make the same soup with pieces of chicken. It’s almost as good.
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