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Curried Cauliflower Coconut Soup

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

I liked the curried cauliflower coconut soup.
It had a subtle flavor - different from any soup I have eaten before,
but flavorful.

I usually like my soups chunky and hearty.
This was a thin soup - more delicate.
I found myself dunking French bread in it.

My husband liked it too.
But neither one of us is in a rush to eat more.

I will make it again.
But I would love to add some ingredients that would thicken it up
and expand or enhance the flavor.

I almost want to add an apple to it - or some grapes.

I would be interested in hearing about anyone else's experience with the recipe.






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  • FIFIFRIZZLE
    If you don't want more, but you enjoyed your soup... isn't that perfect?
    20 days ago
  • KALIGIRL
    Fruit - interesting additions...
    22 days ago
  • NELLJONES
    I do Thai curry soups, they are thin, but perfectly spiced.
    23 days ago
  • PHOENIX1949
    No help here. Not a fan of curry or cauliflower. Also a member of the chunky and hearty soup fan club.
    23 days ago
  • MARTHA324
    Please send recipe.....it sounds like it would be delicious!
    23 days ago
  • ALEXSGIRL1
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    23 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I only like hearty chunky soups with lots of veggies and some meat so I don't think I would like it.
    23 days ago
  • WATERMELLEN
    I have not made this particular recipe but I have made curried cauliflower coconut soup without a recipe . . . Typically if I wanted it thicker I'd put in a considerable quantity of celery, maybe a couple of carrots and potatoes too or possibly some rice? More veggies could include eggplant which is good with curried soups (I would probably roast the eggplant inside a brown paper bag in the oven until it collapsed to give it a bit of "smoky oomph"). I often use powdered coconut milk which I keep in the cupboard -- reducing the liquid could help too. Or sometimes I use dessicated dried unsweetened coconut which also adds thickness. And then blend with the stick blender if you want.

    Adding a chopped apple and rice would move it in a "mulligatawny" direction which can be very nice too: typically NOT blended.

    Fun to play around with it.
    23 days ago
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