Autumn in the UK always brings about the desire for delicious soups, and my cousin has created this hearty, healthy one.
This is just so simple. It came to mind as I found a load of carrots hiding out in the bottom fridge box. It’s a long way down there and they know that if they hide in there, they may go unnoticed.
But – I found them, and made this:
Makes 6-8 generous portions
12-16 Medium sized Carrots, washed, or peeled
3 Medium Brown Onions – Peeled and quartered
4 Cloves of Garlic
1 Tsp of Dried Thyme
Salt (or Herbamare) and Pepper
1 Handful of Cashew Nuts – soaked for 1 hour
4 Cups of Vegetable Stock
2 Cups of unflavoured and unsweetened Plant Milk
2 Tsp of Cornflour
Few Drops of Hot Sauce (Optional)
Wash the carrots and remove the tops and tails. Dry and place on a teflon sheet on a baking tray.
Add the peeled and quartered onions and peeled cloves of garlic to…
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