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Simple and deelish!! I used the carrots and onions that were in my CSA box. I used veggie broth because that is what I had! Recipe is a keeper!
Sooo good!! I was looking for a carrot ginger soup that didn’t require milk or cream and this recipe is perfect. It’s rich and creamy without it and is a healthy alternative. I served it with sourdough croutons on top. Delicious!
I just made this soup and it is delicious. I added 2 cloves of my home grown Russian Red garlic and used 2 lbs of carrots. I used vegetable broth instead of water – very fragrant and flavourful. I’ve added it to my favourites.
So, so yummy while being quick and cost-effective! In the sautee step I added garlic and in the simmer step I added curry powder and cumin which kicked it up a notch for me. Great recipe.
How does such an easy to make recipe with simple everyday ingredients come together to make something so delicious? One of life’s little mysteries. My other half and I enjoyed this soup very much. I needed to add liquid when blending it, so I used milk to add some richness. Also added about 3/4 tsp of curry powder during the simmering step and used a little extra ginger. Perfection! Just the right amount of kick. Can’t wait to make it again
Absolutely delicious. I added turmeric, cumin, and crack black pepper.
It’s not too often that I say: “Wow, did I make this?” I inadvertently added 1 tblsp of ginger – but it wasn’t as though I made a mistake. Keepsie.
I really enjoyed making this recipe. I modified the recipe because I wanted to use my full bag of carrots (900 g/ 2lbs) so I added a little more onion to balance it out. I also added a little more ginger – and I added my entire carton of chicken stock (but omitted the salt from the recipe). I didn’t add any orange zest or juice, but I did add a peeled and cored granny smith apple. Served with cheese bread, it was a hit! I loved it – but more importantly my wife loved it!! Thanks for making me look like a hero.
Loved it! Chopped the carrots and onions into small dice in my food processor. That made it take hardly any time at all ! I added a 1/4 cup of orange juice.
First time I made this my family thought it was amazing! Since then I have made it many times. It is seriously a family favorite!
I’m so glad you and your family like it Anne!
I forgot to take out the orange zest but was still good!
Perfect! So comforting. I used shallots, as that was what I had on hand. I thought there would be enough to freeze but there were no leftovers!
This soup is so healthy and delicious. I’ve made this several times, it’s now one of my go-to soups. Thank you!
Nice recipe. I tweaked it with some curry powder, black pepper, hint of cumin, and added some heavy cream after I puréed it.
I made this and used half milk and half water. Very good!
It was delicious! Just made it for the 1st time. I added a slight bit of Franks Red Hot for a bit of kick. Will cook and share many more times!
This soup is so good. Next time, I’ll double the recipe so that I can have some ready in the freezer :)
Awesome recipe. My two year old diabetic son can’t get enough of this soup. If anyone else is carb counting, it’s about 11 g per cup. Thanks so much for sharing!
It turned out great. Made it with my homemade chicken broth. I wish I could post it picture. Thank you for such an easy recipe to follow.
I’m so glad you liked it Fancesca! Isn’t soup so much better with homemade chicken stock?
Tried it a few minutes ago and it’s absolutely delicious. My family loves it.