Saturday, December 7, 2013

Soup for the Soul

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I've been feeling a little under the weather this week so I looked through my stash of vegan recipe books and found this super simple Thai soup. It literally takes twenty minutes to make and it's full of different flavors- hot, sweet, spicy, and salty...
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Ingredients:
1/2 cup chopped veggies of choice (mushrooms, purple cabbage, carrots, fennel, zucchini)
2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
2 cups hot water
1 tablespoon red miso
1 tablespoon agave nectar
1 tablespoon lime juice
1/2 teaspoon smashed garlic
a few drops of sesame chili oil

Directions:
Prepare all veggies and heat a kettle of water. Place miso into a pot and add a little hot water to dissolve the miso. Add lime juice, agave nectar, and smashed garlic. Then add the rest of your hot water. Stir well and add all veggies and allow to cook. Taste and adjust the sweet, sour, salty flavors, if needed. Add a few drops or more of sesame chili oil. Serves 1. 

32 comments:

Minna said...

I love all these healthy recipes you share! Please keep them coming.

Teresa said...

That's one vegan recipe i won't mind trying out! Nice!

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Melissa said...

Oh dang! I'm such a sucker for Thai soup. :) AND I've been looking for a good recipe. Thanks girl!

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Vanessa Ciliberto said...

looks very yummi!

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Mademoiselle Stef said...

Perfect!

I was looking for a miso soup recipe!

Thanks for sharing

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Coco Bassey said...

Looks delicious! And very easy ;) Are you a vegan, Karla? I noticed a lot of your recipes are very vegetarian/vegan-friendly. Get well soon! :)
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Sharon (Style-Chameleon) said...

It looks so yummy!



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Coco Bassey said...

Looks delicious! And very easy ;) Are you a vegan, Karla? I noticed a lot of your recipes are very vegetarian/vegan-friendly. Get well soon! :)
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Sharon (Style-Chameleon) said...

It looks so yummy!



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Lola Jaro said...

not crazy about miso but this does look good





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Yarden said...

looks great! i'll try it :)

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Anisimeoku Dago said...

I should really try this one! Looks delicious ^^

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Kristina Ivanovic said...

Yummy!

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bougiehippie said...

Get well soon!!!! Can wait to see your post sick ensemble!

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Isa said...

Seems very good !
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i-fashion said...

Hmm, delicious!!!!

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Liz Caruso said...

Looks delicious and simple... feel better!

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In a trendy town said...

Perfect recipe for this cold day!

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Valeria Baldino said...

Hi darling! This soup seems so good! I like to test foreign food!
I think i'll try to make this!
Xoxo vale

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Zoe Cayetano said...

This looks scrumptious! Perfect for a cold and gloomy winter.

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NATALIE said...

Yummie!! xx
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Andrea Vytlačilová said...

Looks yummy! :)

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Claudia said...

the right thing for a cold and grey day

Jane said...

Yum!

lena said...

this looks so delicious! i'm hungry now :)

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Jen27 said...

Mmmm, so fresh, colourful, and delicious-looking! Thanks for sharing :)

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Nikki Williams said...

yum!!

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Anonymous said...

Girl, this isn't even remotely Thai. Red miso? Sesame oil? These ingredients are never used in authentic Thai cuisine. Go to a real Thai restaurant. You'd be surprised.

Greta Gale said...

Yum this looks delicious! I love the idea of using red miso as a soup base, it would be so quick and easy too

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P.S.LilyBoutique said...

That looks delicious! Thanks for sharing and feel better :)

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Tania Franco said...

This soup sounds yummy, thanks for sharing. It is soup weather!

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wllwproject said...

I'm so going to try this! Looks delicious