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Coconut, Carrot, Onion Curry Soup!

on September 24, 2012

I so wish you all could enjoy the beautiful aroma this soup is filling the room with.  Yum!

I have to admit, I don’t often take many shortcuts in the kitchen – I like to use as many ingredients and dishes as I possibly can.  🙂

When our friends at ‘Edward & Sons’ sent us a few of their new products to try it meant that I would need to take a shortcut or two…in the ‘curry’ department.  Um, this may be a regular occurance…………

Their new natural, vegan, gf ‘curry cubes’ are SOOO flavourful… I was literally tasting it right out of the wrapper and had to put it in the soup before I devoured it all!

What you’ll need for the soup…

  • 6 small onions
  • 6 carrots
  • 1 yam or sweet potato (the orange one)
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1tbsp of grated ginger
  • 1tsp of tumeric
  • 1tbsp of coconut oil
  • 2 (yellow) curry cubes
  • 2c of water
  • 2c of coconut milk (we used so delicious coconut milk beverage)

Chop the onions and garlic and throw them in a pot with the coconut oil.  Saute for 10 minutes.

Add in the chopped carrots, yam, ginger and tumeric and let all of them sizzle another 5 minutes.

Add in the liquid and the ‘Edward & Sons Curry Cubes’……..  bring to a low boil and them simmer until the carrots and yam are tender.

Puree with a hand blender and sprinkle in a little cilantro…………………….

Happy, healthy eating y’all!

ENJOY!!!

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7 responses to “Coconut, Carrot, Onion Curry Soup!

  1. Sophie33 says:

    A very nourishing & tasty colourful curried soup! The soup looks delicious!!! I think great minds think alike: I also made a nutrious soup! Yummmm!

  2. thanks for the “like”! this soup sounds delicious – I now want to make this and devour it with some nice warmed whole grain bread mmmm

  3. Amy says:

    How much powdered sweet curry would be the same as 2 cubes?

    • Simply Dish says:

      hi…the cubes have a very distinct flavour and they’re quite concentrated…….i personally would use 1tbsp of sweet curry and 1tsp of salt. hope that helps! 🙂

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