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Strawberry Soup – Refreshing Recipe

Strawberry SeasonStrawberry season is in full swing now in my garden.  This year’s crop is quite abundant.

There are so many different ways to consume strawberries, such us serving it plain, sliced with whipped cream, baking a Strawberry Shortcake, making a berry smoothie, and also cooking a very refreshing summer dish – Strawberry Soup.

The recipe for the Polish Strawberry Soup has been posted by Barbara Rolek on her blog.

This weekend,  I prepared this dish  for my family, as it only took minutes to prepare.   It may be served as an appetizer, a refreshing drink any time, or with a dessert.

Barbara suggested serving it hot, or chilled, with pasta, however my family requested it chilled, without pasta.

I tried my strawberry soup warm, topped off with a scoop of Vanilla Ice cream, and it was just perfect!

We also agreed that it would be great as a base for a cocktail drink (with rum or vodka), or as a salad dressing for an exotic salad of fresh spinach with mandarin orange segments, walnuts and strawberries, maybe with a dab of vinegar to add some tartness to it.

If you had the pleasure of tasting Strawberry Soup, or decide to try some of the above suggestions, we would love to hear your comments.

TIP:  Any leftover soup can be used to make Popsicles.   Great for kids and adults!!

8 thoughts on “Strawberry Soup – Refreshing Recipe”

  1. All Women Stalker says:

    That sounds summer-y yum. I wish it’s easy to get fresh strawberries in my city.

  2. Sheila says:

    You grow your own strawberries. *jealous jealous*
    I won’t find strawberries here till Oct probably when it’s cooler. So the soup will have to wait

  3. Suburban Grandma says:

    Ohhhh….no strawberries in your city? That’s so sad. You know you can use frozen strawberries for this soup as well, or in fact, any fruit you have available. I had apple, blueberry and cherry soup before, and they are just as delicious.

  4. Suburban Grandma says:

    Yes, I also love gardening. Working with dirt and plants relaxes me so much, it is very therapeutic, really. Growing strawberries does not require much work as they are perennial, and come back every year. All you have to do is to thin them out, but cutting off their shoots.
    If you have no strawberries, you can use any fruit for this recipe, apples, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, even rhubarb.

  5. Diana says:

    That sounds like an interesting and tasty soup! We made strawberry smoothies last weekend with the kids and we all loved them! Strawberries, yogurt, milk and ice blended well! :) Have a great weekend!! PS I was inspired by you to write a cultural wedding post on ALLWOMENSTALK!!

  6. Suburban Grandma says:

    Aren’t strawberries great this time of the year?
    I have to check out your new wedding post. Thanks.

  7. Diana says:

    Hey SG!!

    Aww thank you for visiting AllWomenStalk! :) I updated the post and included a link in the word tradition to your hindu link!! :)

  8. Suburban Grandma says:

    Thank you Diana. I appreciate your kind gesture.

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