Miso Veggie Soup for the whimsical soul

So here is another super easy and delicious soup recipe, my boyfriend and i have been really into the warm fuzzy feeling that a warm soothing soup leaves you with. We even eat soup for breakfast which is an alternative to a veggie juice in the cold dark winter mornings, when you need that extra punch of  warmth to keep you going through all those lectures that are to come or that huge wonderful day that is ahead that needs you all energized up, this soup will truly does the trick.

So here it goes.

Ingredients:

2 tbsp of red paste miso

1 medium sized chopped parsley root (Parsnip)

5 Carrots cut onto chunks

150g of firm tofu cubed

1 crushed small garlic piece

1/2 chopped leek

1 tsp coconut oil

1 medium sized ginger knob crushed

1 tsp of yoko’s tofu Gewürz ***

700 ml water

1/2 vegetable stock cube

Fresh Flat Parsley leaves  to sprinkle on top

a handful of chopped up kale add as much as you like

some squeezes of lemon

 

*** if you do not have this spice mix then use some lemon grass (freshly cut up),  dash of Curcuma, dash of ground coriander, pinch of sweet paprika powder,  a dash of ground fennel seeds and some rubbed dried thyme and rosemary

 

Method:

Heat a stove top to medium heat and place the coconut oil in a approx one liter sized soup pot.

Once the oil is hot place the tofu and and leek, ginger and garlic and spice mix and stir constantly do not let the tofu stick and burn! when the tofu becomes a bit crisp add in the spice mix and all the other veggies mix everything together and then stir in the miso.

Stir everything well together and then add the water and vegetable stock cube and turn the heat to low.

Simmer for 15 minutes add in the kale now and Voila its done.

Place in to your favorite bowl, sprinkle some flat leafed parsley and squeeze in a generous amount of lemon. Now sluuurp slurrp!

P.S simmer longer if you want your veggies to be cooked more, this choice is entirely up-to you and your liking. Remember its you who eats it in the end so make it to your liking add in other veggies maybe some broccoli or cabbage this is really up-to you get creative and make this as yummy as you like it. This is again just something i did it tasted great and i thought hey let me share this so that others can make their soup creations and feel warm and fuzzy too.

 

 

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