Celeriac Soup

Celeriac SoupThis soup is super easy to make, is free of the top 8 food allergens and is AIP friendly. It is a good way to try celeriac if you have never eaten it!

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Celeriac Soup
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Celeriac Soup
A really tasty soup that tastes like a potato/celery soup. It's free of the top 8 food allergens and is AIP friendly.
Servings Prep Time
3people 10minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30minutes 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3people 10minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30minutes 10 minutes
Celeriac Soup
Print Recipe
Celeriac Soup
A really tasty soup that tastes like a potato/celery soup. It's free of the top 8 food allergens and is AIP friendly.
Servings Prep Time
3people 10minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30minutes 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3people 10minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30minutes 10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
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Instructions
  1. Wash the celeriac and place it on the cutting board.celeriac
  2. Cut the top off and slice the celeriac into wedges. Peel the wedges.cutting and peeling celeriac
  3. I had about 12 ounces of peeled celeriac. You can use more or less celeriac. It doesn't matter a whole lot because you will adjust the liquid later.
  4. Wash the wedges off and place them into a pressure cooker or a pot on the stove. I use my Instant Pot! celeriac in pressure cooker
  5. Add 2 cups of water.
  6. Set the Instant Pot to "manual" and "25 minutes". Or cook on the stove until tender, adding more water if needed.
  7. Allow a natural release for 5 minutes. Then do a quick release.
  8. Spoon the celeriac into a blender. Add most of the water, the salt and a heaping spoonful of love. Blend, adding more water if desired for the thickness you want. Or blend with an immersion blender.Blending Celeriac Soup
  9. Taste, adjust seasoning. Enjoy!Celeriac Soup
Recipe Notes

Celeriac is not listed on the SIGHI Food Compatibility List. It is not on any list as being high in histamine, but that could be because it is an odd enough vegetable that it wasn't considered. I seem to do fine with it. Test it carefully if you are unsure whether or not it will work for you.

I live at 7000 feet so my pressure cooking times are longer. If you live at a lower altitude then try cooking for 15-17 minutes. You need the celeriac to be really tender so it will blend smoothly.

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2 thoughts on “Celeriac Soup

  1. Thanks Tina I am going to try this, I’ve seen Celeriac in the store but never knew what to do with it…so you have to make one serving that you can eat and not have any leftovers, right? This looks yummy!

    1. Hi Linda~
      I seem to do fine with left over vegetables (including vegetable soup) for the next day. I never go beyond one day however.

      Celeriac is a new food for me too! Since I can’t eat grains right now I’m experimenting with different starchy vegetables. 🙂

      Know that celeriac is not on anyone’s to avoid list for histamine so I *think* is is OK histamine wise. However, it may not have been considered when the lists were compiled so if you are testing it, eat just a small amount to see how you do. I did not label the recipe “low histamine” because it wasn’t on the SIGHI’s food list anywhere. But they probably don’t grow it in Switzerland. 🙂

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