Caramelized onion, cabbage and sweet potato chowder with rosemary…a delicious cross between soup and stew that helped me realize just how important sweet potatoes are to me.  Check out the recipe over at Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

I am submitting this to Souper Sunday hosted by Deb over at Kahakai Kitchen!

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44 Responses to Caramelized Onion, Cabbage and Sweet Potato Chowder with Rosemary

  1. Gotta love a tasty dish with sweet potatoes as its focus! 🙂

  2. Gloria says:

    Look tasty and beauty Joanne!, gloria

  3. Helene says:

    I love sweet potatoes also. Yummy dish!

  4. Mari says:

    Okay I am going through a breakup and I need some of your comfort food. And YES I am using my breakup to get you to feed me…whatever it takes! hahaha love you

  5. Do I dare call this a “stoup”? (Ducking.)
    This has all of my favorite component. Is summer really over?

  6. Oh, I love rosemary! This chowder looks and sounds amazing.



  7. Tasha says:

    I don’t think you should back down from your he-must-love-sweet-potatoes stance. I don’t think I could’ve married my husband if he didn’t really like mushrooms or butternut squash. This chowder sounds fantastic. I adore caramelized onions and with sweet potatoes, yum!

  8. This sounds amazing! Heading over to check out the recipe now! 🙂

  9. Swathi says:

    Looks delicious, visiting other website for recipe.

  10. Kristen says:

    I’d gladly have a bowl of that for lunch, dinner or snack time. Delicious!

  11. Pam says:

    You had me at caramelized onion…. YUM! It looks like a bowl full of goodness.

  12. Jeanette says:

    Hmm, I could use a bowl of this today, it’s wet and rainy out!

  13. Candace says:

    I would love that. so.much.

  14. This does look like the perfect comfort food for the Sweet Potato Queen. 😉 Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays.

  15. Juliana says:

    Joanne, looks good and so healthy…love the rosemary 🙂
    Hope you are having a great week!

  16. Deborah says:

    This looks awesome. Heading over to check it out!!

  17. Erica says:

    That looks beautiful and tasty!

  18. Sylvia says:

    this looks really tasty and healthy. Love that you use pomegranate juice to bring it up another notch!

  19. Kelly says:

    Rosemary is a great complement to sweet potato and caramelized onion? Well, they complement everything as far as I’m concerned! Great recipe Joanne.

  20. Claudia says:

    A tasty group happening there, especially anything with caramelized onions has got to be good.

  21. This sounds great, Joanne. I’m headed to check it out right now.

  22. Martha (MM) says:

    This sounds absolutely wonderful! I’m heading over to check it out too…

  23. Martha (MM) says:

    PS – Gorgeous photo too as always 🙂

  24. Julie says:

    Delicious! I have onions, cabbage and rosemary. Trying this one soon!

  25. Love the colors and the in the chowder..hopping over the check out the recipe now!

  26. newlywed says:

    Yum — I love caramelized onions and cabbage together…add in some sweet potatoes, and it sounds like perfection.

  27. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    That is one big delicious bowl of fall flavors!

  28. ohhh such a warming chowder, i’m gonna need it when the weather cools soon

  29. sally says:

    I’m a huge fan of sweet potatoes too! Caramelized onions are also a favorite of mine.

  30. Sounds fantastic with sweet potatoes and cabbage, on my way to check out the recipe!

  31. Oh this looks so good and would be delicious on a day like today when it has turned so much cooler!

  32. Oh this looks fantastic..
    SUch a healthy and comforting chowder….
    Sweet potatoes, cabbage and rosemary lovely…

  33. Maria says:

    No other vegetable says ‘autumn’ more than cabbage! This sounds so tasty!

  34. Barbara says:

    We adore sweet potatoes! Love the idea of serving them in a chowder. Going over now to check out the recipe!

  35. This is probably the best soup ever. Not even fair to call it soup 🙂 Love the fall colors and flavors!! 🙂


  36. Monet says:

    Yum! The temperature has dropped 10 degrees here in Austin (we’re now at 90!) and chowder sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing with me. My breakfast tastes a bit better as I imagine how tasty this soup must be! I hope you are having a beautiful day.

  37. My sister’s 7-month old is a boy after your own heart–he only eats sweet potatoes. (okay, and banana) I keep thinking ‘that kid’s gonna turn himself orange’ and then I remember how last fall that was your goal (granted, that was with pumpkins), heh heh.

  38. alanabread says:

    this recipe incorporates four of my favourite ingredients. mind = blown!!

  39. I’m one of the lucky ones with a fig tree too…but, it’s not looking too good this year 🙁 They don’t look nearly as nice as yours! I’m still trying to salvage some.

  40. Chris says:

    I steal rosemary from my neighbors. Technically it’s not stealing, they know. I just hope the rest of our new neighbors know and don’t think I’m stealing, ha ha.

  41. Katie says:

    This sounds like a fantastic, go-to winter dish. I love the addition of rosemary.

  42. Joanne, the problem with you going vegetarian is that you are posting too many recipes I want to make! This looks great! Maybe I will tackle it in the winter when all the glorious fresh veggies have gone into hibernation. 😉

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