Autumn Veggie Soup

"In the garden, Autumn is, indeed the crowning glory of the year, bringing us the fruition of months of thought and care and toil" (Rose G. Kingsley). So it would be a great mistake to not take advantage of the richness of fall. Voila! veggie autumn soup is served!

My kids and husband don't like vegetables, thus in order to make them eat them I have to make delicious meal out of not very delicious - to their mind - veggies such as beans, broccoli and cauliflowers. Traditionally in my family meat is the best seasoning, that is why this soup is not that light as I planned it to be but it was incredibly tasty.

1 can of canned beans;
150 grams of steamed or boiled broccoli;
150 grams of steamed or boiled cauliflower;
2 potatoes (cut them in cubes);
200 grams of any meat you have in your fridge. I took middlings;
1 onion;
1 carrot.

If you have raw meat, boil them till its cooked, in case you don't omit this step. Then add potatoes and boil for 7 minutes. Meanwhile chop the onion and grate the carrot. Preheat your pan, pour some oil and put your chopped mess there. When you see it's getting gold, it's time to add it to your soup. Put your cabbages there, add salt and herbs. Enjoy your veggie soup!

If you are looking for traditional Ukrainian food, you should go here, this soup is definitely not, but borshch is.

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