Cuisine: Larp cooking
Spring onion and fennel

Vegetable soup

A tasty and filling spring vegetable soup, inspired by medieval cooking techniques and produce. The soup pairs well with sausages and bread.

If you have any spring herbs handy, I am sure they would work great, but we were too tired to do any foraging this evening.

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Vegetable soup
A tasty and filling spring soup, inspired by medieval cooking techniques and produce. Perfect campfire food.
Spring onion and fennel
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Spring onion and fennel
Instructions
  1. Make sure to have a fire going with some embers.
  2. Cut the vegetables into chunks, dices and slices
  3. Fry them off quickly to soften the onion in the bottom of the cooking pot
  4. Pour in water (the amount you want for the soup)
  5. Let it simmer for a bit
  6. Add the barley
  7. Let it all simmer until the barley is tender (this should take about 20 minutes)
  8. Season it with what-ever you got handy, but it will need a bit of salt. Herbs would be great.
  9. Serve the soup with bread

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