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Gorgeous vegan coconut-carrot soup

Autumn is not the only season for soup. Our lactose-free, vegan coconut-carrot soup is a delight at any time of year, whether served hot or cold. Try our recipe.

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A quick soup

In summer this exotic carrot soup cuts a fine figure: just eat it cold. It is always delicious with a dash of sour cream or homemade croutons.

Aromatic carrots from organic farms taste especially good!

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Variations of carrot soup with coconut and ginger

Variations of carrot soup with coconut and ginger
The basic recipe of our creamy soup is very simple and a true pleasure. You can also modify it by adding other ingredients.

  • Curry and ginger combine to create a truly exotic flavour
  • A soup garnish of potatoes or rice makes it a satisfying dish
  • Orange juice gives a fruity note
  • A shot of white wine gives it a fine gourmet character
  • A handful of roasted sunflower seeds or nuts gives crunch
  • Fried beetroot as an garnish
  • Cajun spice mixture and fried sweet potato strips also fit perfectly

Gorgeous vegan coconut-carrot soup

This delicious fruity soup is prepared super swiftly and is great for people with little time.
Servings 2 Portions
Author Susanne

Ingredients

  • 500 g carrots
  • 1 Medium onion
  • 250 ml vegetable broth
  • 500 ml coconut milk
  • 1 tsp hot paprika
  • 1 piece of ginger thumbnail size
  • salt and pepper

Instructions

  • Peel the onion and cut into small pieces. Put it in a high pot and sauté lightly with a little oil.
  • Then put carrots and the chopped ginger with 200 ml vegetable stock in the same pot and bring to the boil.
  • Simmer for 20 minutes until they are soft.
  • When the carrots are soft, add the coconut milk.
  • Add another 200 ml of water (to rinse the rest of the coconut milk out of the can).
  • Puree everything together with a hand blender.
  • Add salt, pepper, if desired hot paprika spice and simmer for another 10 minutes.
  • Serve!

Notes

If the soup is for children, leave out the ginger and the hot paprika, as children often do not tolerate spicy ingredients well.

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