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HOW is it October 1st?! Summer always seems to pass in a flash, but I’m not even sure where September went this year. Especially with the heat wave we have had the past couple weeks, it’s very confusing as to what season it is right now, ha!
Changing seasons towards the colder months always means soup season to me. When the weather cools down, we usually make at least 1 soup per week to keep on hand for a quick, warming meal on those cold days when cooking might seem like too much effort. It’s also a great way to pack a lot of nutrients into a single bowl, and uses up veggies that might otherwise be on their way out.
I can’t take credit for this recipe, my guy is the much more creative chef of the two of us and threw this together. It was such a hit I knew I had to share it with you, so here we go!
Be sure to check out Native Forest BPA free cans, they are my all-time fave coconut milk and sustainably sourced.
If you want to add some protein to this to make it a complete meal by itself, here’s a couple of unconventional tips:
- Add collagen powder. When well-sourced, it’s a pure source of protein and completely tasteless. It’s also great for gut health, hair, skin and nails. My favourite kind is Great Lakes or Vital Proteins.
- Serve in a bowl under other veggies/protein sources.
- The first night we had this soup, we had a bowl full of soup with steamed broccoli and baked sole in the centre, and it was absolutely delicious. It would also be great with a protein like chicken. Sounds weird, I know, but get creative! It’s so flavourful you can keep the proteins or veggies you serve with it super simple and it will pull the dish together. Give it a shot and let me know what you come up with!
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