Onion Puree Soup Recipe

Since I find there may be some interest in this soup recipe, I thought I would add it to my pages for quick reference. Below is a short clip from a previous conversation I had with someone sharing my experience with onion soup puree, and the recipe below that:

“Okay, now you reminded me of my own recent discovery! I’m not one to get urinary tract infections, but for some reason, I had a bout of them which started last November 2005. And since I didn’t want to take antibiotics, I opted for a natural approach. At first I used the cranberry juice, which did okay at first, but the UTI came back. So what I eventually did was make onion puree soups which I took throughout the day, and presto! It cleared me up beautifully! Symptoms were gone in about 3 days. If you want to pull out the extra guns, then ramp up the vit C and take some dandelion leaf extract. So here’s my onion puree recipe! I know some people might get scared at how much butter is in it, but I’m sure the Weston Price followers would be proud of me! LOL”

Onion Puree Soup

2 leeks, chopped
2 bunches of scallions, chopped
4 brown/yellow onions, chopped
2 purple onions or bunch of shallots or white onions if no purple onions, chopped
1/2 cup organic butter (one stick)

Use a pot large enough for all the chopped onions/leeks/scallions. Melt the stick of butter and add all the chopped onions/leeks/scallions. Saute until the onions start to look translucent. Then add water (I used bottled spring water) to cover all the onions. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to simmer for about 20 minutes. Remove from flame and let cool for a few minutes, then blend it all up in a blender until it’s creamy. Salt to taste. (I used sundried sea salt for added minerals. Celtic is a good brand. Don’t skimp on the salt, there are a good mix of minerals in natural sea salt).

This is what the final soup looks like:

I generally took a bowl or large cup of onion soup every hour throughout the day, and continued it for another 2 weeks for good measure even though I no longer had symptoms. I ate it either hot or cold. Didn’t seem to matter.

Okay, toodles!