Carrot and Coriander Soup Recipe
This is a fool proof recipe for carrot and coriander soup. The
sweetness of the carrots is superb with the slightly orange tang of coriander.
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|450g / 1lb of carrots
|1 large onion
|1 large bunch of fresh coriander
|1 teaspoon ground coriander
|1.2 litres / 2 pints vegetable stock (see Cook's Notes above)
|2 tablespoons of olive oil
|Salt and pepper to taste
PREPARATION TIME: 12 minutes
COOKING TIME: 25 minutes
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy
: A large frying pan, large pan, food blender.
Some of the ingredients for Carrot and Coriander Soup
Slice the carrots
Roughly chop the onion
Remove the stalks from the coriander and roughly chop the leaves.
Discard the stalks
COOK'S NOTES FOR YOUR CARROT AND CORIANDER SOUP
Top tasting carrot and coriander soup is almost just that,
carrots, coriander and some onions. It tastes great that way!
Start adding creme fraiche or cream and you are adulterating one
of the best tasting soups in the world. You can't better the
simple ingredients of this soup.
Real vegetable stock is best
but if you do not have any then a couple of vegetable stock
cubes in warm water will do the job.
Recipe by Sue Mason.
Heat up the olive oil in a frying pan to a medium
heat. Add in the carrots and onion and fry for five minutes until
the onions begin to soften.
Turn the ingredients whilst cooking so
that the oil coats all the vegetables and they are evenly cooked.
Stir in the ground (not fresh) coriander and cook for one more minute.
Transfer the contents of the frying pan into a large
pan. Add the salt and pepper.
Pour in the stock and bring the the
mixture to a boil. Turn the heat down and simmer the soup for about
20 minutes until the carrots have softened. Stir the soup a couple
of times while it is cooking.
Liquidise the soup in a blender. It's best if you leave some texture
to the carrots rather then blending the soup to a puree.
soup and add any more salt and pepper to taste. Add the chopped
fresh coriander leaves and stir them in. Serve the soup with fresh
bread, French bread or rye bread which all go well with this soup.