Cold Weather Means Soup: Curry Vegetable Soup

closed potI don’t know about you, but it is COLD here and SNOWY! It is so beautiful outside and I am so happy that we do not need to leave our home for anything.  Cold weather just begs for a pot of soup on the stove; here is an easy one I adapted from Vegetarian Times. This is great leftover as well. I just love my red pot on the stove too, so any excuse to use it is a good one!



Here we go!

Heat about 1T of oil (I used Olive Oil) toss in cauliflower florets and green onions (I used 6 white parts).

cauliflower in pan

While that is heating up and starting to brown, grab about 6 oz of green beans.  I will be honest– I did not measure these.  We had green beans over the weekend and I had grabbed a couple of handfuls out to save for this soup. Trim them down and remember to save the ends for either your compost pile or veggie stock (recipe). Save all your scraps for something worthy! I cut them into bit size pieces so I would be easier eating when it hit my bowl!

trim beans green beans





Grab a jar a curry paste and add 2 T (generous) to the cauliflower that is now browned up a little in the pot.

curry paste curry in the pot





 Add about 4 C of Veggie stock and 3/4 C coconut milk. Toss in the green beans and stir it on up. Simmer for about 30 minutes or to your liking.


Serve up in a bowl you like (I love these square ones), squeeze a little lime juice on  and enjoy.  This is SOOOO simple and will really warm you up.  I hope you like it as much as we do.


What are you simmering to take the chill off today?

Happy Unleashing!


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