Spicy Vegan Ginger and Carrot Soup

It’s not because winter is slowly but surely going away that I will stop making soup! This delicious ginger and carrot soup is pure comfort food and will warm you up on those chilly pre-spring nights. When I have a busy schedule, I end up repeating the same soup recipe over and over again, the well-known “potatoes – leeks – carrots” combination but this time around, I wanted to try something new! And when I think of it, it wasn’t that time consuming! If you’re into spicy food, I’m sure you will love the carrot + ginger combo and if you don’t, think again! Carrots are a super food for your skin, your nails and your hair! They also contain vitamin A which will assists your liver in flushing out the toxins from the body.  I think it’s the perfect start for my spring detox! Let’s get started!

 

Total Time : preparation : 10 minutes, cook time : 30 minutes

Serving: 4 bowls of soup

 

vegan soup with carrots, ginger and onions

 

vegan soup with carrots, ginger and onions

 

vegan soup with carrots, ginger and onions

 

Ingredients:

– 5 carrots

– 2 potatoes

– 2cm fresh ginger, finely chopped

– 1 small onion, finely chopped

– 2 vegetable stock cubes

– olive oil

– salt and pepper

– 1.5L water

 

Directions:

Wash and peel the vegetables. Cut them into small cubes.

In a large cooking pot, heat 2 tbsp. olive oil over medium heat. Brown the onion for 3 minutes until golden. Add the fresh ginger and let cook for another minute.

Pour the vegetables into the cooking pot. Add the vegetable stock cubes and the water.

Bring to a simmer, stirring frequently. Let cook for 30 minutes until vegetables are tender.

Using your food processor, mix the soup preparation until smooth.

Ladle into soup bowls and enjoy!

 

vegan soup with carrots, ginger and onions

 

vegan soup with carrots, ginger and onions

 

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