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Kale and Carrot Detox Soup Recipe with Infused Coriander and Cumin Broth

Kale and Carrot Detox Soup

Kale and Carrot Detox Soup Recipe with Infused Coriander and Cumin Broth: This is a  detoxification soup with strong medicinal features. This soup is light and elegant and filled with an array of vitamins that heal, boost energy and you feel great.

Ingredients:

3 Quarts Vegetable, Chicken Stock, or Bone Broth

2 Teaspoons Ground Coriander

2 Teaspoons Ground Cumin

4 Garlic Cloves chopped

1/2 cup Leeks chopped

1 Large Whole Onion

3-4 Cups of fresh Kale chopped

Sea Salt and Ground Pepper to taste

1 Bunch of fresh Carrots, washed, peeled and rough chopped (set 2 whole carrots to the side).

Broth:

In a medium pot add stock, Ground Coriander, Ground Cumin, Garlic, Leeks, half an Onion chopped, and all but the two whole carrots, and bring to a boil .Lower the heat and simmer on medium heat for 45 minutes. Remove pot from heat. With an immersion blender, blend all of the ingredients in the pot. Once carrots are dissolved, season broth with Sea Salt and Ground Pepper to taste. Add pot back to the heat and continue to simmer. In the mean time cut the 2 remaining carrots on a 1 inch bias and add to pot. Take the other half of the onion and Julianne, then add to the pot along with the chopped Kale. Cook on medium heat for 20 minutes or until Carrots, Kale, and Onion slivers are translucent. Ladle soup into bowls and serve.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Comments

  • Alex Posted November 15, 2017 2:22 am

    This sounds like a soup that’s both tasty and healthy!

    Carrots and kale are some of my favorites, and the addition of onion will make for a savory dish for sure.

    Can’t wait to try this one!

    • Deneen Delevante Posted November 15, 2017 4:03 am

      Thanks Alex,
      It really is good soup and of course when I developed it, I was not feeling well. The broth was the true healer and it really settled my stomach and improved my digestion, which was the problem at the time. I had to share this recipe, because it is great anytime. You can add as little or as many ingredients as you wish, but because you are using raw Coriander and Cumin spices, please make sure you cook them out to release their full flavor. That takes about 45 minutes. Halfway through the cooking process you want to flavor your broth with salt and pepper to your taste because at this point the spices are now cooked. I truly hope you enjoy the soup. If you have any questions about the recipe, please let me know.

      Thanks again.

  • Joseph McCarthy Posted December 6, 2017 10:01 pm

    Hi Deneen,

    I have to tell you that I really like your detox regimen website. I enjoy the recipes but most importantly, I like the articles that you post that inspire the reasons for trying out your recipes. I find them interesting and enlightening. I am learning about herbs and spices in ways I did not know about before. I have some of them in my pantry, but other than using them for a specific recipe, mostly in baking, I was not aware of the other uses. I love the Coriander and Cumin broth in the Kale and Carrot detox soup because I can incorporate other vegetables while still gaining the healthy properties from the broth. I have to say that I have made this soup several times, and it came out delicious every time. Recently, I served it over Thanksgiving for guests, and it went over well. The lightness of the soup allowed people to still enjoy the other dishes on my menu. People asked me for the recipe and I directed them to your website. Thank you for developing this website. I feel healthier in my diet in particular, and I look forward to reading and learning more. In the future, I will be trying some of the other recipes, but I particularly like this one.

    Sincerely,

    Joe

    • Deneen Delevante Posted December 6, 2017 10:32 pm

      Hello Joe,

      Thank you for trying out the Kale and Carrot Detox Soup Recipe. I am so happy that you like it and that you have made the soup several times. I love this soup also because it is versatile and the broth is adaptable to any vegetable you choose. It is the broth that has many of the healing qualities that the body will benefit from along with your other choice of ingredients. As you’ve stated, it is wonderful tasting and the health benefits are amazing. It is a terrific idea to serve the soup in smaller quantities as an introduction before the main meal because when warm soup is consumed at the beginning of the main meal, the various digestive juices are secreted in the stomach and intestine and will help in proper digestion of the main meal.

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