Chilled Strawberry-Rhubarb Soup

May/June 2011

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Sweet strawberries and tart rhubarb are whirled together in this chilled soup. Serve it as a starter for an early-summer supper.

Chilled Strawberry-Rhubarb Soup

4 Reviews for Chilled Strawberry-Rhubarb Soup

Different adventure in chilled soup.

This was the first time I have tried rhubarb and I enjoyed it.

easy to make,refreshing
Chilled strawberry-Rhubarb soup

I tried this recipe the other day and it turned out amazing! It was the perfect refreshing soup. I served it with cornbread, and when you put them together, it's like eating strawberry shortcake, only healthier! Depending on your mood, this recipe could come off as a bit too sweet, but it was perfect for this hot summer night. I recommend adding basil and/or mint, maybe a touch of pepper too.

Such a treat!!

I've made this twice and can't get enough of it. Instead of water and sugar, try using white grape juice and honey to taste. It's delish! Also, I just threw the mint, strawberries and cooked rhubarb in my food processor - so easy to make this quickly. It's also lovely as a light sauce over lemon sorbet and pizzelles for dessert!!

Vegan, healthy, delicious, quick and easy.
A first-course dessert!

I made a batch of this tonight for lunch tomorrow. While I haven't added the fresh basil yet, the taste test told me I'm going to like this a lot. Sweet/tart with a good mouth feel. I could see this being a great hit on a hot summer day. A dollop of Greek yogurt or a swirl of cream would be a good addition, I think.

Since I"ve made three of the four recipes in the magazine spread, I'm thinking I have to make the fruit salad next.


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