Curried Parsnip and Apple Chowder
Combining parsnips with apples is a cool way to build autumn flavors. This combination produces food that has a slight earthy character and an overriding sweetness. Acid and spice is important to create a balanced profile…and my default is a spicy curry – one that adds a lot of internal warmth. I also use freshly grated ginger in this recipe to add a bit more heat (2 teaspoons of ground ginger also does the trick).
This thick chowder-like soup doesn’t require a garnish – just serve with a few pieces of toasted bread and enjoy either warm or
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