Some people says, that Finns have curious foods. Well, conclude yourself. One of our most traditionally summerfood is "kesaekeitto" which means about same as "soup of summer". The point is milk, it always used, otherwise it isn't right soup. Naturally, you can make your soup without milk, but it isn't "kesaekeitto" then. If you can't use milk, you can use soyamilk, oatmilk, cocoamilk or whatever you like; like milk allergic persons do.
There is no one right way to do it, everyone has own receipe, but at least they use (usually): -potatoes -carrots -cauliflower -peas -stringbeans The rest of the ingredients can change, but mostly they don't use anything else. Some use spinach, parsley, chives, even dill and other herbs. I'm allergic for soyabeans so I can't eat stringbeans either, but I put in my soup spinach and also broccoli besides those four above. And that's how it looks Here it goes: boil all the vegetables in little bit of water. Use salt in the water if you like. Add milk and boil up. You can boil it few minutes, if it necessary. Someone thickening it by egg or flour, someone don't. I like to thicken it little. And I also add some margarine or butter. It's all that.
We cooking in same receipe soup called "milkcabbage". There is only potatoes, cabbage and milk. But it must be young cabbage. Good appetite
Erm... what is fitochini? I tried googling it and only came up with two results, both of which actually meant "fettucini"... is that what you are thinking of? Fettucini one type of pasta, very popular in the US and often cooked with Alfredo (a creamy garlicy cause).
By the way, Arja's recipe above, "soup of summer" is really delicious! I recommend trying it out!