Snowing here today and it is definitely time for a big bowl of steaming, healthy hot soup. I first saw this soup a few weeks back on An Unrefined Vegan and I had to give it a try. I am a huge Corn Chowder fan and this one fell into that line for me just perfectly. I did leave my potatoes cubed instead of creaming all of them. Other than that, Annie's recipe was perfect for me. Creamy without the cream. Filling without leaving you bloated and sleepy. It has a texture that cries out to be a wonderful meal on its own and then an even better left-over side dish with a big salad or more veggies. A few red pepper flakes will wake it up and leave you asking for seconds.
Winter soups are so soul satisfying. You can fill up the pot with some wonderful seasonal vegetables, a little non-dairy milk, some seasonings and you're in business for a quick and easy satisfying meal. I tend to make huge batches of soup so I can serve them up for a few meals and then freeze the rest for a busy, cold night's dinner. They just make a winter meal so much more cozy and warm. Team them up with a loaf of hot bread or even just toss in some crackers or croutons and you're there. Hot, healthy meals from your own kitchen with your own tastes in mind. No fillers. No MSG or GMO's to drag you down..........An inexpensive way to fill your soul with energy and warmth.
Thanks to Annie, I have another fabulous, easy meal for my cold winter nights.
For more super-soup ideas, check out my soup recipe page.
And check out Annie's original recipe for this delicious Potato Cauliflower Soup.
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