Speedy sweet potato soup with coconut

Speedy sweet potato soup with coconut

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 10 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

A soup that's ready in 20 minutes - yes, it's that quick. So put that tin opener away

Nutrition and extra info

Additional info

  • Easily halved
Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
240
protein
4g
carbs
45g
fat
6g
saturates
3g
fibre
6g
sugar
15g
salt
0.56g
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Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1-2 tsp Thai curry paste, red or green
  • 1l vegetable stock
  • half sachet creamed coconut (or ¼ can reduced-fat coconut milk)
  • handful coriander, roughly chopped
  • mini naan bread, to serve
  • 750g sweet potatoes, grated

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Method

  1. Heat the oil in a deep saucepan, then soften the onion for 4-5 mins. Stir in the curry paste and cook for 1 min more until fragrant. Add the grated sweet potato and stock, then bring quickly to the boil, simmering for 5 mins until the potato is tender.
  2. Remove the soup from the heat, stir in the coconut and seasoning, then cool briefly before whizzing with a stick blender until smooth. Sprinkle with coriander and serve with warm naan breads.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, May 2008

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rmellor18's picture
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Very nice, tasted similar to carrot and coriander!

michela7's picture
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Absolutely loved it!!!!

wildeyes12765's picture
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have to say ....Beautiful soup...will certainly be making it again!!!

43160225's picture
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One of my favourite soup recipes perfect for taking to work for a filling and tasty lunch

lilymayrose's picture
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I've just cooked this and will most probably make it again if I have sweet potatoes to use up. Although I used the exact ingredients stated, my version turned out a beautiful rich orange in colour, and required a half a tin of coconut milk for it to be evident in the soup... also needed a good pinch of salt.

erinkirby's picture
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A really lovely warming soup, I used green Thai curry paste although I would have preferred to use red, but green was all I had in the fridge and it worked a treat anyway. I added quite a lot more paste, about 4 heaped tsp, because I like my food spicy. It made perfect lunches at work throughout the week.

seward's picture
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A really deep flavour, it will warm the cockles of your heart !

joannawatson's picture
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Absolutely delicious. I chunked the sweet potato which worked fine as I blended it. Added a bit more paste to give a bit more of a kick. I also made the flat breads which turned out well. Definitely one to make again.

bvarone's picture
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A wonderful mix of sweet and spicy. Very easy to make.

theathwareing's picture
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Great soup, it will be one that I will make again and again. I added more curry paste to make it abit more spicy.

pollyrocket's picture

Gorgeous soup. Easy to make and lovely to eat as well. I added more red thai curry paste than the recipe suggested but then I like food quite spicy. I've also tried it with parsnips instead of seet potato and green curry paste, lovely!!!

samberlin's picture
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Delicious! Also didn't grate, but cooked chunks for 10' instead - worked fine. Will definitely make this again.

kchapman's picture

GORGEOUS SOUP, NO NEED TO GRATE I CHOPPED INTO CHUNKS AND SIMMERED FOR 20 MINS THEN BLENDED, I ALSO HAVE ADDED A YELLOW PEPPER AT THE ONION STAGE AND GINGER TO VARY THE RECIPE

yummyfw's picture
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Lovely Soup! really easy to make and everyone loved it. I even won the vote for best dish at our monthly pot-luck supper with it! My aunt made it with carrot and that was also very nice. The Tai Pesto makes a very good addition to it.

hmmm..... Just realised that the one I'm talking about is very slightly different to this one as it didn't call for the sweet potato to be grated just chopped, maybe that's what makes this one 'speedy' mine was in a recent edition of the magazine with a tai pesto......

sola1980's picture
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great, made this 3 times now

bethmaclellan's picture
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I diced the potatoes, they cooked quickly. I thought it tasted delicious. My 4 year old daughter initially refused to taste this but when she did she said it was lovely and demanded a bowl of her own!

sambatchelor's picture
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Really lovely soup, great flavour and you could make this as hot or mild as you like. Served five rather than four and it really fills you up. Great standby dish that you can knock together with no fuss at all.

cloner's picture
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Brilliant recipe but can you freeze it?

james007's picture
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Fantastic soup, used some fresh ginger. Chopped the sweet potato, no need to grate. The texture is lovely and soup very warming. Will be making again and again.

katie872's picture

this soup is lush!!!

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