Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Jun
2014
05

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Ginger spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe

This Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup recipe was a favorite at the recent retreat I was creating food for. I want to share the whole menu plan for the retreat with you, and will soon, to give you lots of delicious meal ideas. I am happy to be home and looking forward to posting more, and sharing more of my favorite recipes from the retreat. I’m starting this off by sharing a favorite soup recipe.

This sophisticated yet warming and comforting soup is perfect for any dinner party or just to enjoy with family at home and is very easy to make. It’s light, yet hearty and has a really delicious flavor. Everyone loved it.

Come join me in the kitchen and let’s make soup!

 

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Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Ingredients

1 head Cauliflower – chopped
1 Shallot – chopped small
1 Tbsp Ginger – grated or minced
2 Garlic cloves – chopped or minced
1 Tbsp Olive oil
1 can Coconut milk
1 tsp Cumin
1 tsp Paprika or Smoked Paprika
1 tsp Onion Powder
½ t Nutmeg
½ t Turmeric
Salt, Pepper and Cayenne to taste

Directions

Saute the shallot, ginger and garlic in a little olive oil until soft. Add the cauliflower and spices and then just enough water to cover and boil until cauliflower is cooked and soft. Puree soup and then return to pot. Add the coconut milk and continue cooking on low heat for another 15 to 20 minutes to combine and then it is ready to serve.

 

Photo Description

Prep and chop the cauliflower, ginger, garlic and get all the ingredients together.

Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe - chop cauliflower

Saute shallot, garlic and ginger in a bit of olive oil until soft.

Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe - cook cauliflower and all ingredients

Add cauliflower and spices, cook until soft and then add the coconut milk and puree.

Ginger Spiced Cauliflower Soup Recipe - puree soupLet simmer for another 15 minutes and then it’s ready to serve.

 

Bon Apetit! To your health, with love,

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  • Gwen Dunlop

    Wrote a comment Robin, that got lost in cyber space I think! I may not have registered at that time, moments ago! For now, I’d like to ask if you yourself, still eat only raw? (I know you did for many years?) Regardless, all your recipes look so colourful & life-giving!!! And the site itself, up-lifting to the max on every level! (I’m a fan of Carolyn Myss…did her Graces workshop last year at Hockley valley!) Thanks Robin for all the inspiration!
    gwen http://www.gwendunlop.ca

    • Hey Gwen, nice to hear from you. I wrote about this before and it was on my older about page.. but I just put a new one up. So, yeah, good question. I was 100% raw for many years, about or over 8 years and then a few years ago I started going through some major life changes. My 18 year marriage split up, new relationship, moves and a few years later my mom had a stroke.. and I guess I felt like I needed some more grounding foods through all this. I still eat mostly raw, but with some healthy cooked food in the mix. However, I know I felt best when I was 100% raw.. and it’s something I aspire to again. I am however, having fun with food, and think I have a really healthy balance. I make my own almond milk every 4 days and drink huge green smoothies 2x every day.. flax crackers, raw cookies in the morning are my staples, but a soup and cooked veggies fit in there as well.

      Carolyn Myss is amazing, I bet the workshop was wonderful!
      I am wondering about your raw journey too. I’m moving back to Toronto in Aug. and I’m sure we will connect soon Hugs and smiles xo

      • Gwen Dunlop

        Thanks Robin! For 5 years or so I was really totally committed to eating raw. The discipline it took got me thru the fall-out of effects of the plane crash in 2005. that discipline gave me a very deep, quiet kind of joy and the raw colourful living foods “bumped’ me back into life after having come so close to death, many times that “fateful” afternoon. Since then I’ve negotiated my resolve (that was never a mind-set but simply what worked for me) thru challenges or more like AFTER I got THRU the challenges…interesting huh? (such as seeing Gustav, my “separated” husband & father of my daughter Kathryn thru a 6 year journey with cancer with his choice of the horrors of what we now see as “traditional” drugs with no life-style changes) So, now in my renewed phase of life I am setting the tone ( “up” here in the Muskoka region) for RAW living on many levels, including the food I eat. For the first time, I think I am holding this focus/resolve not because of any crisis….before, during or after….like …WOW, I came thru….now I can fall into old patterns….but raise my ceiling for creating higher levels of goodness & also for grace to come thru above & real-for-me groundedness in my rooting myself ever more deeply towards the Earth below my feet, the tiny gods i walk on every day ….for the first time for ME, not because of some outer effect impacting my life in some over-the-top way (it would seem…of which there have been many experiences…LOL today) Well, it’s a gift to myself Robin…it’s a first as I said & an exploration. Pretty much going by the seat of my pants as there is that uniqueness that is all of our journeys! Thanks for the dialogue Robin!

        • Gwen, this is really inspirational. You have been through so much, and I hear you with the grounding naturally. It is such a gift to yourself. Part of my going back into cooked is that I am making food for my mom as well, who really has gone back to cooked foods. But I am trying to stay as raw as possible.. and I did before go raw while raising kids who were used to cooked foods, so making different meals.. Overall, I am getting more and more inspired to go back to it full on. Kudos to you on your empowered journey. Thanks for sharing and keeping in touch!

          • Gwen Dunlop

            Yup! You too Robin!