Can we not do an entire PHOTO SHOOT of the items we want to share recipes for? OK great.
Get my SPICY BUTTERNUT COCONUT SOUP HERE.
Equipment I use
Spice Time: CRITICAL
⅛ t ghost pepper curry powder
1/2t black pepper
1 veggie bullion cube
1 pinch of cayenne pepper
1C Thai coconut cream milk
1 yellow onion chopped
3 garlic bulbs chopped
2 large butternut squash cubed
2 russet potatoes cubed (skin on)
2 carrots chopped (skin on)
3C lacinato kale chopped
3 white mushrooms chopped
Let’s do it!
Prepare ALL of your ingredients before you begin cooking. Chop, measure, prep is key. Blend your spices in a bowl and use a fork to make sure they’re nicely mixed.
In your Instant Pot:
Saute onion, garlic in the drizzle of EVOO just to soften. Not really necessary though!
Turn off Sauté mode.
Blend your chopped veggies in a large bowl (it’s easier than trying to do it in the IP).
Add veggies to IP.
Add 5C of water.
Chop bullion into tiny blocks and sprinkle into IP.
Place spices in coconut cream milk. Stir them in. (Take a teeny-tiny taste…it’s so yummy!). Add them to IP.
Push veggies into liquid as best as you can.
Place IP lid on, adjust steam release to CLOSED.
Manual time of 40 minutes (try 30…it’ll likely work. I live at 7,000’ so things take a little longer and require more fluid).
When IP done you will scoop all of the cooked ingredients into your blender small batches at a time then transfer into a big bowl. Once all of the ingredients have been liquified pour them back into the IP and turn off completely.
7 Oct 2019
I’ll post a photo of it all served up if I can. I’ve made this soup 10 times at least and it NEVER gets old. This recipe is a bit different because I was forced to get GHOST PEPPER CURRY…no, wait…I read it wrong and meant to get just plain old CURRY POWDER. That ghost pepper portion is what gives this a little MORE HEAT which my husband LOVES.
Serving with sourdough bread and vegan butter.
Making croutons to float on top (yum)!
It’s gonna snow here in Colorado today or tomorrow so I’m READY with this warm meal to enjoy.
Do you make soups? If so, what is your best recipe?