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Excellent . Full of so much flavor and so many health benefits with all the vegetables.
I discovered this fantastic recipe a while ago and it’s become one of my favorite. I made some changes since I count calories. I don’t use butter at all. Instead sauté in little bit of olive oil. Use twice less potatoes but use a lot of cauliflower and summer squash, really a lot to make soup thicker. Sometimes I use zucchini instead of squash and red pepper- that makes it very colorful and pretty, just to change colors without changing taste:)). I also don’t use mustard seeds and curry, but triple amount of cumin and turmeric. I make it with chicken broth, but also add some chicken bullion powder or paste – it increases the flavor without adding calories. I like my soup puréed with small pieces so to make life simple I just use potato masher and mash everything in the pot. Thank you very much for this amazing recipe!
This looks like another great recipe. Did you know that turmeric has cancer fighting properties?
Yes, turmeric is so good for you, you can buy it in capsules in health food stores as a supplement. ~Elise
I made this soup last week and it was wonderful! Per the season, instead of summer squash I used delicata. I also threw in about half of a serrano pepper with the garlic, because I enjoy its heat profile with turmeric (apparently the combo is good for your joints, too). Thanks for the wonderful recipe Elise!
Nice soup. Adding a half a can or so or coconut milk made it really, really nice. Lovely.
I like the Jamaican hot curry powder made by blue mountain country. It’s not too spicy, but it has good flavor… You can get it at a carrabean market or online.
My husband made me this soup one night. It was delicious!
I make a lot of recipes from your site and this is one of my favorites! I always seem to have sweet potatoes lying around and toss those in; I love that flavor. Thanks all the compliments this soup has generated! I always send admirers to your site.
I just made this last night. I used some frozen veggies and some fresh. It was amazing!! My husband said “You’ve outdone yourself”! I added some rotisserie chicken as well. Also, I didn’t have an immersion blender, so I used the potato masher as suggested on one of the other comments. It was perfect! I know it will be even better today! Thanks for the recipe, Elise!
This soup was sublime. The only change I made was to finely chop half of the onions and carrots to make a sofrito (sofrito refers to a culinary combination of aromatic ingredients which have been cut in very small pieces, and slowly [at least a quarter of an hour, but more usually half an hour], sauteed or braised in cooking oil) which gave the soup an even deeper flavour. My daughter-in-law called last night to tell me that she had just finished a bowlful and she was left with “such a nice taste in my mouth”.
I just finished a big bowl of this soup and I am in LOVE! Thank you so much for coming up with this superb combination of flavors. I added a bit of Better Than Bouillon chicken base to mine because the broth I used was a little bland. Even more yellowness!
I’ve just made this for the second time and I have to tell you, it smells INCREDIBLE. Tasted delicious too…
I made a green vegetable curry version and loved it even more than the original! Thanks again for the recipe!
This recipe looks delicious and I would love to try it, however I have dietary restrictions that will not allow me to have the corn or yellow squash. Do you have any suggestions for substitutions?
Sure, try green beans. ~Elise
After eating a curried vegetable soup at a vegan cafe recently, I searched for a recipe to make on my own. I followed this recipe exactly and oh my goodness, it is fantastic! Thank you!! This soup is definitely going to be a recipe I use repeatedly. Now if only I could get my kids to try it… ;o)
Wow, this was fantastic! I love how it was very thick, even though it didn’t have any cream. It was very flavorful, also. We added lemon to ours just before eating. I used parsley instead of cilantro because I had some I needed to use up, but I’m sure cilantro would have been even better.
Just found this recipe and can’t wait to try it! The only thing is, my husband needs meat in a dish in order for it to be considered the main course….can you suggest a meat that would work in this recipe? chicken? chunks of beef? bacon? Thanks!
I was looking for a soup to make with my left over potatoes from my CSA. I just finished canning the soup and it’s De-licious!!
Wonderful! I just finished making this, and i love it! This is the first time any curry dish came out right for me. Thanks very much.
This soup is fabulous, however I didn’t have the yellow summer squash but instead used fresh green beans. I don’t necessarily like cauliflower but it was smashing and very tasty in this recipe. I am making another pot of it today.