Curry Cauliflower Soup (Paleo/Primal)

You might all be wondering what happened to me lately.  No worries I’m back!

I had a well-needed and fabulous trip to Cuba.  And then all kinds of things happened that temporarily had me stop blogging.  Some topics you might see coming up in the near future: helping children deal with the loss of a loved one, navigating X-family relationships during loss, real estate shopping, dividend stock investing, temporary room-mates, puppy sitting, and of course vacationing in Cuba.  Yes, I’ve been busy!

So…soup.  Mmmmmm!

I made this scrumptious soup yesterday. It’s my own “recipe.”  I guess it fits the concept of Primal Soup – you know the kind they suggest making out of all the left overs in your refrigerator.

I’m a recent convert to the pureed soup.  I didn’t used to like it, but I think I had such limited experience that I didn’t know how delicious it could be.

I have a house guest right now who is Gluten Free Vegetarian, and this recipe is good for them as well.

Here’s the recipe:

(you don’t have to measure or time things exactly so the recipe is barebones.)

Curry Cauliflower Soup 

25 minutes, serves 6

fry in bottom of soup pot, until browned:

  • 1 onion
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • butter
  • Spices to taste:
    black pepper (4 cranks)
    celery seed (1/4 tsp)
    curry (2 tsp)
    turmeric (1.2 tsp)
    you might add salt, I didn’t the broth I add is salty enough.
add these ingredients to the pot, bring to a boil and then simmer for 20 mins:
  • 4 cups veg broth
  • cauliflower (I had about 1/3 of a head)
  • carrots (handful baby carrots)
  • broccoli (about a cup)
  • tomatoes and green pepper chopped (1 cup total)
Blenderize – I also added a bit of
  • coconut milk (for depth of flavor)


This recipe makes about 6 or 7 cups of soup.  Mmmmmmm

What is your favorite soup?


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  4. 5 Things that happened to me as a result of starting a Primal lifestyle.
  5. Mark’s Daily Apple
May 29th, 2012 by

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