This soup is a bowl of sunshine, I mean, just look at it! Aside from how beautiful it looks, it's also incredibly delicious, nourishing and anti-inflammatory for the whole body. I knew I had to put this recipe on the blog after I posted it on Instagram a few weeks ago and got rave reviews all around. That's when I realized I'm not the only one in love with this soup.
Absolutely packed with veggies, this Golden Soup is rich in energizing vitamins and minerals such as iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. Since it's 100% plant-based it's also packed with phytonutrients and easy-to-digest fibre making it gut health friendy and an excellent choice for supporting a healthy microbiome.
This dairy-free soup is creamy, rich but not too heavy because there is no dairy cream to thicken it, just full-fat coconut milk.
This Golden Soup is...
Serves 4-6 people.
If you don't have all the spices, you can also just use 2 tbsp curry powder.
*If you haven't used turmeric in a recipe before, add 1 tbsp first and then give it a taste test before you add more.
This soup tastes just as good after being frozen for weeks. My hubby Walker isn't much of a soup lover aside from French Onion Soup so it's usually just me eating the soup and sometimes Vienna, which means I freeze a lot of soups.
Funny and random story for you -- this is the second time writing this post. I wrote a whole wonderful post with all the health benefits and then when I went to post it LIVE it totally disappeared in one poof. I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty upset and then felt like punching something (not very joyous of me, ha!). Then I took some deep breaths reminding myself to cultivate positivity and as I write this now, I'm much calmer. And... I need a bowl of this soup right now!
Since COVID19 Walker and I are working part-time in the office so that our daughter Vienna always has a full-time parent. This means instead of working 35-40 hours per week we are both doing about 16-20 hours per week but managing the same amount of work (hence my frustration above). I know that our situation is in no way unique and I'm super grateful that our business is mostly all online, including our wonderful shop but that's why some of my blog posts have been a little shorter than normal. You can listen to a recent podcast where Walker and I talked about how we are managing our stress and anxiety and some of it involves emotional eating one too many pieces of banana bread.
Thank you so much for continuing to visit our website, make my recipes and support our business by shopping for our wonderful natural, clean, organic products. Walker, myself and the whole joyous team appreciate it!
Stay safe and healthy,