Carrot and Coriander Soup


Carrots, small dice 800g

Onion, small dice 200g

Garlic, cloves, crushed 1

Turmeric 1tsp

Fresh ginger, peeled and sliced 1cm

Fresh coriander 1tbsp

finely chopped or Dried coriander 1tsp

Double cream (Optional) 1tbsp

Water 1lt

Oil 1tbsp

Pepper Pinch

Method (6 portions)

1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan on a medium heat. Add the carrot, onion, garlic and ginger. Stir. Cook until onion is soft but not coloured.

2. Add the turmeric and pepper, stir well then add the water. Turn heat to low and simmer till carrots are tender. Blend.

3. Coriander - add dried coriander with the turmeric. Then add fresh coriander after blending. Stir through.

4. Stir through the cream and serve

Chefs Tips

1. If the soup is too thick, add a little more water.

Fun fact

Do carrots help you see in the dark?

Carrots are good sources of lutein and beta carotene. These are antioxidants that benefit eye health and protect against age-related degenerative eye diseases. The body converts beta carotene into vitamin A, a nutrient which helps you see in the dark.

Source- Healthline

Please note: No allergens are displayed on this recipe as allergens may vary - please check allergens carefully from any supplier produce is purchased from.