Red Curry Carrot Soup

Red Curry Carrot Soup When it gets cold all my fashion sense goes out the door and all I want to do is stay warm. I know winter has a lot of fashion trends, but I can’t think about trends so I’m just wearing my ugly sweaters and big fluffy socks. Red Curry Carrot Soup Puffy jackets and leg warmers under jeans are definitely in for me. I also enjoy wearing my gloves from target. I have them in every color, and I am happy to say I have not been color coordinating my gloves with my clothes.   Red Curry Carrot Soup I have been enjoying eating soups since they keep you warm and soothe the soul. I added a bit of rice and fish to this dish and had a lovely meal, but you can always enjoy crusty bread with the soup. Red Curry Carrot Soup Red Curry Carrot Soup:
4 cups carrot (peeled and chopped)
2 cups chicken stock
¾ cups cream (I used coconut)
2 tbsps. olive oil
1 medium onion (diced)
1.5tbsp. red thai curry paste
Salt (to taste)
Recipe Directions:  Place  a medium pot on stove top and turn the burner to medium.  To the pot add oil, onion, salt and red thai curry paste; sauté until onions translucent. Place carrots and add chicken stock in pot. Cover pot with the lid turn down burner to low, and let simmer for 30 minutes or until carrots are tender. Once carrots are tender use your immersion blender and blend until carrots are blended. Stir in cream and simmer for 10 minutes. Place in bowls and serve while hot.

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  1. says

    Hehe, I am all about the fluffy socks and puffy jackets these days too :) Love how warming and flavorful this soup sounds with all the red thai curry paste and carrots. The bright orange colors look so pretty – wish I had a big bowl of this! Enjoy the rest of the week and hope you stay warm Shundara :)

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