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Nutmeg Carrot Ginger Soup Recipe

This nutmeg carrot ginger soup makes a delicious appetizer or a light lunch. Carrots come out nice and juicy on the grill and the spices enhance their flavor. Sugar is a popular ingredient in carrot dishes, especially in French cuisine, because the sweetness draws out the natural sweet flavor of the carrot.

If you were to look at carrot ginger soup history, you will find this soup to be medicinal and eaten as a tonic. This is a nutritious soup and it tastes great too. There are many different grilled vegetables you can use in grilled vegetable soup recipes but using simply carrots, broth, and spices gives this soup a particularly pure and uncomplicated flavor.

This recipe does not call for many ingredients so choose good quality ingredients to get the best result. Choose perfectly ripe carrots, nothing past its best, and do not swap the butter for margarine if you want this to be a high quality soup. You will find the earthy flavors of the spices complement the carrot flavor so well, and grilling the carrots just brings out their optimum flavor, adding a special smoky taste to the soup.

Something many people love about carrot soup recipes is the color. That bright orange is really appealing and actually green and orange are two colors which have been proven to stimulate the appetite, another reason to make this flavorful recipe and garnish the soup with parsley before serving.

Lightly Spiced Carrot Soup
Summary: This perfectly seasoned carrot soup offers the distinctive flavor of carrot, an appetizing bright orange color, and it makes a beautiful lunch or appetizer. It is also easy to prepare.
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Soup
Serves: 4
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Ingredients
  • 6 large carrots, peeled
  • 6 cups vegetable or chicken broth
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • Pinch each of ground coriander, ground ginger, and ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon white sugar
  • Salt and black pepper
  • Fresh parsley to garnish
  • Sour cream to garnish
  • French bread croutons to garnish
Instructions
  1. Slice the carrots lengthwise into three or four strips and grill them over a medium hot grill until they are nearly tender but not charred.
  2. Cut them into smaller pieces then put them in a heavy pan with ½ cup of the broth and simmer until tender. Puree the carrots in a blender and return them to the pan.
  3. Add the sugar, spices, remaining broth and the salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Simmer for 20 minutes.
  5. Decorate each bowl of soup with a couple of French bread croutons, some fresh parsley and some dots of sour cream.

Photo Description:

A Picture of our Nutmeg Carrot Ginger Soup Recipe – lightly spiced with ginger and nutmeg this carrot soup is a refreshing change from most soups you have tried. The grilled taste makes a nice addition to this soup also.

 


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Christine Szalay-Kudra

Hello there, I'm Christine. Welcome to my blog where you will find a comprehensive collection of soup recipes for every season, occasion and palate. There are hundreds of soup recipes for you to try out, those which warm you up during the cooler months, and even chilled soups and dessert soups if you want to try something new.


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