Celery Oat Soup
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Celery Oat Soup

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Serves 2

A warm, healthy soup that will not only keep you feeling full and happy but also your heart pumping regularly!

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Ingredients

  • 4 celery stems,
  • 4 parsley,
  • 4 coriander,
  • 2 tablespoons of dried/ fresh dill,
  • One large or 2 small carrots,
  • 5 to 6 tablespoons of oat,
  • 3 mugs water,
  • one teaspoon water,
  • one teaspoon black-pepper.
  • You can squeeze a lemon/lime juice on this dish when serving to give it a tangy sour taste!

Method

    1. Chop the celery into about 4 cm.
    2. Mince the coriander.
    3. Mince the dill if fresh and if dried just add to Step 2.
    4. Chop the carrot into cubes and add all the ingredients to the casserole.
    5. Add the water and let cook for 15 minutes.
    6. Mean while, mince the parsley.
    7. Add the oats and mix throughly while still on stove.
    8. Cook for another 5 minutes.
    9. Pour into plates and add the minced parsley on top as the dressing.
    10. Depending on whether you want a thick or thin soup, you can alter the amount of oats you add in Step 7.

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