Spicy roasted carrot & coriander soup. Easy, quick and so tasty!

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This roasted carrot and coriander soup is such a lovely , smooth and comforting soup. Very easy and quick to make. Make it in a big batch and freeze. To always have a good, healthy and flavoursome option ready.

The soup is very easy adjustable to your personal liking. In this recipe I have added a good amount of spices. This can be reduced or adjusted to your own liking or preference. If you like to have an extra tang to it, add a good splash of lime juice at the end, which works wonders with the coriander.

The main ingredients;

  • carrots
  • coriander (cilantro)
  • onion
  • garlic
  • cumin powder
  • coriander powder
  • ginger powder
  • cayenne pepper flakes
  • olive oil
  • vegetable stock (recipe home-made stock)

Or you might want to add some coconut milk or cream. Which would would make this soup more creamier and milder. In this particular recipe I wanted to really keep the flavours of the sweet roasted carrots. So to keep the vegetable flavour strongly present and to keep it pure.

By roasting the carrots the sugars are released and therefore the carrots become naturally sweeter. This pairs well with the added spices. It creates a beautiful balance between the flavours of this carrot and coriander soup.

Roasted carrot & coriander with a glass of… ?

two glasses of white wine

The sweetness of this dish would let me lean towards an off-dry white. Like an off-dry Riesling. But with the large amount of coriander used in this dish, I would like to find a lighter bodied white. Which would send me more towards a New world Sauvignon Blanc. Still very aromatic, but lighter in body.

Roasted carrot & coriander soup, so flavoursome and healthy. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do. If you do use this recipe , add @haricoco1 to your instagram post,or comment below. Cheers!

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