Vegan Spicy Cauliflower Masala Soup Recipe

Hi Beautiful Souls!

I had lunch recently at Wildflower Bread Company and I love their vegan salad and soup options. I tried something new that I had never seen on the soup menu before… Cauliflower Masala Soup. Wow! It was really good and spicy! So, like I always do when I find something I like, I look to find a recipe and make it at home because homemade is ALWAYS BETTER and filled with the energy of Love and healing! Mwaaaahaaa! And, I hit the jackpot and mixed it up a bit and this came out so freakin’ amazing and really spicy! Enjoy!

I think it is the best thing I have ever made! I can only imagine the healing qualities of this soup!

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Vegan Spicy Cauliflower Masala Recipe with Avocado

INGREDIENTS LIST

2 TBL Coconut oil
10 oz Shredded or chopped carrots
1 Large potato chopped
1 Large yellow onion finely chopped
2-3 Large garlic cloves chopped or pressed
1 Teaspoon fresh ginger finely grated
1 TBL garam masala
1/2 Tsp cumin powder
1 Tsp turmeric powder
1/4 Tsp cinnamon
1/2 Tsp cayenne pepper powder
1 Full head of fresh cauliflower chopped into small pieces
1 (28 oz) can crushed tomatoes including liquid
4-5 cups vegetable broth*

DIRECTIONS

Lightly steam the cauliflower and carrots together for about 5 minutes to tenderize.


While you are steaming the cauliflower and carrots, in a separate large pot heat the coconut oil over medium heat and saute the onion, potatoes and garlic for 3-5 minutes just until the onion is tender and translucent. Add the remainder of the spices and stir and saute for another minute or so before adding the steamed cauliflower and carrots. Stir together and let the flavors and aroma meld together for about 4-5 minutes allowing a little to stick to the bottom of the pan without burning. This creates a delicious flavor when you add the vegetable broth.

Add the vegetable broth while scraping the bottom of the pan to mix in the reduced flavors and spices.

Continue cooking on low for about 30 minutes. If you like a soup with more broth you can add an additional cup or 2 of vegetable broth, otherwise this soup is a little thick and soaks up the liquid as it remains in the fridge.

Serve with sliced or chopped avocado on top. The cream texture and flavor of the avocado is wonderful and delicious compliment to the spiciness of this amazing cauliflower masala soup!


*PLEASE NOTE: I am not a licensed healthcare provider, counselor or therapist. I offer my services as a self-help educator and coach to natural wellness and positive living guide. I do not diagnose or treat illness, disease, or psychological problems. eCoaching Sessions and energy healing are not a substitute for medical advice, therapy or other counseling from a medical professional. True Healing Source offers an alternative method that is considered complimentary to other healing methods and can been used to enhance other traditional healing methods. If you are experiencing a significant issue, are in distress or significant pain, please connect with the appropriate professional service such as a licensed doctor. By choosing this eCoaching Service, you agree to be 100% fully responsible for your health and well-being physically and emotionally. You release all responsibility and liability from True Healing Source and it’s affiliates. You take 100% full responsibility for you self-healing and health.

Yvette is a law of attraction coach, positive living guide and guide to authentic living and certified in multiple energy healing methods and is also a creative artist. Yvette has not only used these tools to profoundly self heal many areas of her life, but but has also worked with others in discovering self love, appreciation and more inner peace and live more authentically and empowered to experience their best life.

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