Something about roasting this cruciferous vegetable really brings out the flavor, wouldn’t you agree? And if you’ve never roasted it before, get ready because you’re in for a treat.
This soup is very filling and comforting, due to the addition of nuts. If you have a nut allergy you could replace them with 1/2 cup more coconut milk. Either way, this is a favorite recipe of mine, filled with bold flavor and a creamy texture!
Flavor aside, I have to mention the health benefits of this soup, as it’s loaded with vitamins and minerals that can help you fight stress and fatigue.
It also offers potential anti-cancer properties like antioxidants! So there you have it– feel free to go for seconds.
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About Sarah Hagstrom
Sarah is a health food advocate and loves to spend her time whipping up something healthy and delicious in the kitchen and then sharing either on Foodal or on her own blog "The Seasonal Diet" (www.theseasonaldiet.com). She lives in Sunny San Diego with her husband, where they enjoy running on the beach and weekend adventures.