After spending some time Googling soup recipes, I found a couple I liked, but ended up making my own combination of both soups. I was a bit nervous as it was the first time attempting either of these soups - but they came out super yum, yay!
Please let me know if you make them and how you liked them!
Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures of the soups, totally forgot - will take next time I make them and add to the post!
© Butternut cubes (About 6 cups)
© 1 can coconut milk or coconut cream
© 2 cups chicken stock or water
© 1 granny smith apple (peeled, cored and cubed)
© 2 carrots (peeled and chopped)
© 1tbsp ground cinnamon
© 1tbsp ground nutmeg
© Prepare butternut in oven dish with coconut oil, salt, pepper and herbs. Bake in oven for about an hour.
© Put all other ingredients together in slowcooker.
© When butternut is done, add to slowcooker.
© Blend with stickblender for desired consistency.
Notes on this soup:
© The reason why the butternut gets baked in the oven is that it brings the flavour out more.
© I used dried sage when baking the butternut, with lots of pepper. Divine.
© If on Reboot diet, use water instead of chicken stock.
© This soup is so easy and really yummy!
Chicken Curry Coconut Soup
© Big pack of chicken breasts (chopped)
© Two onions (finely chopped)
© One red pepper (chopped)
© 1-2 cups button mushrooms (sliced)
© 2-3 cups water or chicken stock
© 2-3 tablespoons curry powder
© 1 tablespoon almond flour (optional, for thickening)
© 1-2 tins coconut milk or coconut cream
© 1 teaspoon fresh coriander or ground coriander
© Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
© Add all ingredients to slowcooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 4-6 hours.
© Adjust spices to taste
© Use stick blender to achieve desired consistency
Notes on this soup:
© Adjust amounts used to the size of the soup you want.
© Use water instead of chicken stock if on Reboot diet.
© Don’t be scared of the amount of curry – I only added about 1.5 tablespoons curry powder and definitely should have done more.
© I added some garlic and ginger too.