Creamy Curry Carrot and Butternut Soup

This recipe combines a warm wintery soup and the flavors of curry to create a delicious homecooked meal

I’ve been sitting on the butternut squash I harvested from my garden all winter. I wasn’t quite sure what to turn them into! I knew I was neglecting their potential so today I decided to use one to see what I could make of it.

The base for this soup is a butternut squash and carrot. I had one really large carrot so it only took me one, but if you were using small to medium carrots, use two to three.

This soup also contained an ingredient from my last recipe: non-dairy heavy whipping cream. I find it to really take the soup up a notch. It just adds a delicious creamy texture that makes the soup so much better. Soups are a great way to use up any leftover heavy cream you have in your fridge. I had some leftover from some baking, so I utilized it in soups!

This soup I wanted to be particularly flavorful. As the title would tell you I wanted this soup to bring all of the flavors of a curry with the simplicity of a soup. For this recipe I used turmeric, garam masala, garlic powder, and curry powder. (As well as salt and pepper.)

The result was very delicious. It was a smooth, creamy, textured soup with the perfect balance of curry flavor. The whipping cream I use is made from coconut milk, so that added even more to the resemblance to a curry.

I love curries, but they can easily take lots of time and require several ingredients. This soup cooks almost entirely on autopilot and requires just 4 ingredients (excluding spices.)

I utilized my steamer again to do the work of softening my vegetables for me. I like using my steamer because I don’t have to boil my water first, and then add the vegetables, and then keep an eye on it to make sure I know when they’re done…

With my steamer I just place my chopped vegetables in the top basket, set it to thirty to thirty-five minutes and let it do it’s thing. I’m able to walk away and do other things knowing that the steamer will shut off if I accidentally take too much time.

As always, I hope y’all enjoy this recipe! If you decide to make it be sure to take a picture and tag me on Instagram or Facebook. I love getting to see y’all make my recipes!

Feel free to comment what you want to see me make. I’m always open to suggestions as to what y’all want to see.

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Published by k.emerso00

20 year old blogger and online business owner located in the small state of Delaware, USA.

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