Easy Homemade Soup Ideas including Thai Coconut, Asparagus, Simple Lentil and a Delicious Gazpacho Soup, perfect for any day of the week.
What do you have in your kitchen to work with??
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Most people will make a soup by boiling items in a pot and letting them stew. To gain the maximum flavour you need to cook the ingredients to release the flavours for a tastier soup base. It is like a foundation when you cook. Create the base while cooking and then add from there. Here is a video for our Fridge Feast Series where we show you how. Video
Thai Coconut Soup Recipe– Video
What you have in your fridge.
For us……today we used in the video with what we had on hand….. Same principle applies
2 cup diced celery
2 cup diced carrot
2 sweet potato diced
Garlic (smash with skin on to roast and not burn- see video)
Ginger (peel with back of spoon and use to make spices- see video)
Chilli (whole to chilli to roast and cut later see video)
Let cook together, onion, chilli, garlic, ginger, with coconut oil for 5 min and season with salt.
Then add smashed and diced celery, diced carrot, add spices
Passion Is Cooking Thai Spices or store bought
Passion Is Cooking Chinese 5 spices or store bought
Then add diced sweet potato to pot and cook with lid down for 2 min
Add 1 Stalk Lemon Grass smash and add to pot see video
Cover and lower temperature to low and cook and steam/sweat for 7 min
Add 1 1/2 cans coconut milk and increase temp for 10 min lid closed.
Taste to season salt
1 cup Coriander/Cilantro diced with stem and leaf
3 cups water
Cover and bring to boil and then simmer.
Add rice or quinoa.
Make extra and then freeze if you like. Tip- Bring soup to a boil after freezing…….
Next video is the garnish for the soup. Fridge Feast video here
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