My husband had green onion soup once, and only his father has the recipe. Having failed to obtain the recipe by the time I wanted to cook the soup, I resorted to searching Pinterest (duh!) for a green onion soup recipe. Unfortunately, there were no recipes for Green Onion Soup that I could find, just French Onion Soup. So I chose one based on the Pioneer Woman’s recipe.
At the thought of having only onions as the source of nutritional value, I modified the recipe to include an additional green fruit and veggie – thus I was forced to drop the “Onion,” and the title became Green Soup. Enjoy the recipe.
1 stick of Butter
5 medium Green Onions, with stems
3 Celery Stalks
2 tsp Garlic Powder
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Melt the butter on low in a Dutch oven while chopping the onions. Also chop approximately half of the onion stems (chop the other half and save for future seasoning by placing them in a ziplock bag and freezing them).
Stir fry the onions and stems in the pot.
Once the onions are done, add enough chicken broth that it almost covers the onions.
Chop 2 avocados and 3 celery stalks and add to the pot, along with the seasonings. Let it simmer for 30 minutes.