The Soup

More specifically, the soup I ate all week. It was inspired by Mama Pea’s “Peas and Thank You” Spicy African peanut slow cooker soup.

It was inspired, but when it came down to the ingredients I had, and what I would and wouldn’t purchase the outcome is very different.

INSERT- Sweet Potato and White Bean SOUP!

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I used:
For about 3-5 servings depending on size.
About four 1.5 cup servings.

3 organic sweet potatoes
1 can white beans
2 Stalks celery
1/3 onion
1 large carrot
Cayenne
Cumin
Garlic Salt
Cinnamon

It probably is more suited to be classified as a chili, it thickens as it sits, but I add more water after to have something my bread can absorb as I inhale.

Steps:
Chop onion and sauté.
Add sweet potatoes that have been chopped to quarters.
Add white beans- reserve part of the liquid to add.
Add approximately 2.5 cups water.
Add diced carrots and celery.
Add all spices to taste.

You can see how precise I was as I prepared this.

It tastes great on its own, BUT– it also tastes really good with mozzarella and avocado added on top.

Happy Sunday!
I’m off to dance class!

Cheers!

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One thought on “The Soup

  1. Michael Curry

    I will have to try your recipe. Sounds good!

    On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 11:32 AM, Tacoma Aroma Eats With Essence of Curry wrote:

    > Tacoma Aroma Eats with Essence of Curry posted: “More specifically, > the soup I ate all week. It was inspired by Mama Pea’s “Peas and Thank You” > Spicy African peanut slow cooker soup. It was inspired, but when it came > down to the ingredients I had, and what I would and wouldn’t purchase the > outcome is v”

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