I’d just come home from my CSA with more sweet potatoes than I knew what to do with. But after I sampled a butternut squash coconut soup at Whole Foods (gotta love the free samples at WF), I knew I had my answer.
I subbed the sweet potatoes for the squash, threw in some curry to liven it up a bit and topped it with some creme fraiche for an extra dose of creamy goodness.
Shazam. A sweet potato coconut soup recipe.
So simple, so nourishing and so delicious.
This sweet potato coconut soup recipe also combines ginger, garlic and curry. Top it with some creme fraiche for an extra does of creamy goodness.
Here are some tips and variations:
1. Add less stock and less coconut milk for a thicker consistency and vice versa
2. Add less stock and MORE coconut milk for a more coconutty (yes, coconutty) flavor
3. Add some chili powder or chili flakes for a little more zing 4.
4. Add more curry powder for more curry flavor and vice versa or just leave it out entirely if you're not a curry fan.
If you like the sweet potato coconut soup recipe, you can get lots more similar recipes in my new book, Fearless Broths and Soups: Ditch the Boxes and Cans with 60 Simple Recipes for Real People on Real Budgets.
There is an entire chapter devoted to creamy vegetables soups including recipes for:
And just like the sweet potato coconut soup recipe, all of the recipes are broken down into 3 simple steps.
As the tagline says, I truly wrote this book for “real people on real budgets.”
It’s geared to all you stressed out moms and dads and workaholics trying to figure out how to eat well with limited funds and time. Which is pretty much everybody these days, right?
Here’s a little of what you’ll learn:
Craig Fear is the creator of Fearless Eating and the author of three books, The 30-Day Heartburn Solution, Fearless Broths and Soups and The Thai Soup Secret. After years helping clients with digestive issues, Craig decided to pursue writing full-time. He intends to write many more books on broths and soups from around the world! Click here to learn more about Craig.
And learn how an ancient, simple food is a much healthier and safer option to drugs.