| OWL Venice
Topped with crispy parsnips, black sesame and fresh watercress
Servings: 4 | Total Time: 30 minutes
- 4 cups parsnips
- 4 cups OWL Broth
- 3 tbsp yellow miso paste
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 2 tbsp fresh minced ginger
- Sea salt and pepper to taste
- 2 large parsnips
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- Sea salt + pepper
- Olive oil
- Black sesame seeds
- Prepare the parsnip chips by thinly slicing the parsnips using a sharp knife or a mandolin.
- Lay them on a baking sheet and toss with olive oil, sea salt and pepper. Bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes or you can also throw these into your air fryer!
- Chop up the remaining parsnips into large chunks. Heat up a large pot or dutch oven with a drizzle of olive oil. Add in the large parsnip chunks and sauté for 5-6 minutes.
- Then add in your freshly minced ginger and the miso paste. Sauté for another 3-4 minutes. Then add in the OWL Venice beef bone broth.
- Season with salt and pepper and let simmer for 20 minutes.
- Remove the soup from the heat and add it into a food processor or blender. Puree until smooth and creamy.
- Serve soup with the parsnips chips on top, a drizzle of olive oil, watercress, and black sesame seeds.
Claire Sporck (aka Sporckly), is a food photographer and stylist here in Los Angeles with a love for beautiful, natural foods. She loves cooking and creating recipes with real ingredients that stand out, and has been creating "healthier" versions of recipes since she was a kid with her mom in the kitchen. She's a huge believer that the foods we eat affect our bodies and minds, which makes WHAT we eat so important!
In 2015 Claire graduated from UNLV with a degree in hospitality management. After completing her schooling, she quickly moved to Los Angeles where she began a job working in event production and catering. It was during her first two years in the city working events that she began Sporckly.
Four years later, she now works full-time as a chef, food photographer, stylist, and recipe blogger, pursuing her biggest passion: spreading healthy recipes and creating pretty food photos.