Tasty Tuesday - Carrot ginger cream soup

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:51 AM in , ,
If you don't know it by now, now you should find out: I LOVE SOUPS, and for sure cream soups are among my favourites. During winter time I like to experiment with different vegetables and for the last weekend I chose carrots and ginger. This is what resulted:

What I used?

4 carrots
1 large potato
1 large onion
2 hot peppers
ginger (as much as you like)
2 garlic cloves
250ml coconut milk
250ml vegetable stock
a bit of olive oil
salt, pepper, oregano

What I did? At the beginning I let the chopped onion, garlic and ginger get a bit of hot oil, then I added the carrots, peppers, potato and after 3 minutes the milk and the stock After 20 minutes I used my mixer and created  a smooth, yummy and orange soup! I did not need anything else, the soup is enough!




I love chicken soup most.
Thanks for sharing recipe.

I don't like carrots, but you make this look good :-)

I have never had carrot soup before I will have to give it a shot.

Anonymous says:

Sounds delicious. A bit of grated carrot or ginger would make a nice garnish. Or a swirl of sour cream. Yum!

I'm a big fan of soups, too. This one sounds really good. I'll have to give it a try! thanks for sharing.

That is one to try. I love soups.. Like your blog design btw..

@Izdiher - a nice chicken curry soup is also yummy :) I agree with you!
@Sarah - good, and it is actually very delicious, I promise.
@Luan - please do!
@Susanne - well yes, good ideas, I actually used a bit of cream but just a bit since the coconut milk was very yummy
@Darlene - please do!
@Brenda - thank you, I found it on the net, and it fits my way of being!

This looks so creamy and tasty. I love the use of coconut milk! Always a winner :-)

@Lyn - very true, it gives that special creamy something!

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