Broccoli carrot celery potato soup is exactly what it seems – a healthy, nutritious soup that will make you happy, warm and help you feel good.

There is no wrong way of doing this btw – approach it as you like BUT (and a very big but hehe) we are just making it a bit more complex and adding it some more of a zing so you can surprise yourself.

broccoli carrot celery potato soup

This is a follow up of How to make a vegetable soup 101 which I would highly recommend checking out before as it explains everything why we are doing this.


  1. Half of a chopped onion
  2. 1 chopped carrot
  3. 2-3 chopped celery sticks
  4. 1 cubed potato
  5. 1 medium-sized broccoli head
  6. Chicken stock and water
  7. Aromatics
  8. A bit of hot sauce.

Step by step recipe:

  1. In a big pot add some olive oil and cook the onions on medium-high heat until translucent.
  2. Add the chopped carrots and the celery
  3. Mix everything together and cook them for 1 minute till the oil covers everything.
  4. Add the broccoli
  5. Throw in some aromatics like a bay leaf
  6. Add some chicken stock. and add the rest in water. You should aim for about 1 liter of liquid.
  7. You can let it boil in medium heat in a pressure cooker for about 30 minutes or in a normal pot for around 1 hour.
  8. Blend everything together with a hand blender.
  9. Add Tabasco or your favorite lemony hot sauce. This will make everything so much better.
  10. Check for salt – I did not need any as the chicken stock was a little salty for some reason

This broccoli carrot celery potato soup (i know, a mouthful, but I can not really call it soup…) is ready to eat – also some very cool bruschetta does go very well with it, just to be fancy enough.


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