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Turmeric/Ginger Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe

Turmeric/Ginger Broth with Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup

Turmeric/Ginger, and Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe:

Turmeric/Ginger Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe contains an abundance of antioxidants from herbs and spices for refreshing detoxification that boosts energy and you feel great. Enjoy turmeric, ginger and ground pepper in this recipe.

Broth:

3 quarts vegetable or chicken stock

1 large head of cauliflower cut into florets

3 Tablespoons oil  for onions and leeks

2 Tablespoons oil to coat cauliflower

1 large onion roughly chopped

1/2 cup leeks roughly chopped

6 garlic cloves peeled and roughly chopped

1 Teaspoon ground Turmeric

1/2 Teaspoon ground Ginger

1/2 Teaspoon ground Cumin

1/2 Teaspoon ground Coriander

1/2 fresh lemon

1/2 fresh lime

Fresh Cilantro chopped for garnish

Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit or 230 degrees Celcius 

In a medium size pot or Dutch oven, heat oil for leeks and onions and simmer on low until the onions are almost translucent, about 5 minutes. Add Turmeric, Cumin, Coriander, and garlic. Stir to dissolve the powders, then add the broth to the pot and cook on medium heat for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Onions

Turmeric/Ginger Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe

Leeks

Turmeric/Ginger Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe

Garlic

Turmeric/Ginger Roasted Cauliflower Detox Soup Recipe

Spices

Curry Spice

 

Place cauliflower in a roasting pan. Add oil to coat the cauliflower. Sprinkle sea salt and ground pepper (to taste). Roast cauliflower on low uncovered for 15-20 minutes. Cauliflower should be lightly browned around it’s edges. Remove from oven and set aside.

Turmeric/Ginger

Cauliflower

With an immersion blender, blend half of the cauliflower and broth together for seconds depending on texture preference. Add all ingredients back to the original pot, and stir well to incorporate the soup. Adjust soup with additional salt and pepper as needed.

Finish soup with the squeeze of half a lemon and half a lime which is added directly to the soup. Garnish with freshly chopped Cilantro.

Please note: Fresh leeks can be sandy so, please split them with a knife and rinse well over running water. To cut cooking time in half, you can prepare your broth in a slow cooker in advance so that roasting the cauliflower is all that is needed, before combining the broth and cauliflower together. In addition, you can prepare the broth in advance and freeze until you are ready for the soup preparation.

Bon appetit!!!

6 Comments

  • Nile Livingston Posted October 5, 2017 7:35 pm

    Thank you for sharing, it looks delicious and simple enough to make at home. How did you come up with this recipe? Is there a story begin it? What health benefits were you conscious of when assembling the ingredients?

    • Deneen Delevante Posted October 6, 2017 11:31 am

      Hello Nile,
      Thank you for visiting my website and checking out the Turmeric/Ginger Broth with roasted Cauliflower. There are great health benefits from the utilization of these ingredients, and they are often used to create wonderful dishes. I decided to combine them based on their health properties to incorporate a taste that is unique and exciting, while at the same time offering people who don’t consume animal-based products, the idea of a semi-creamy soup texture without the dairy as a choice alternative. So, people who try the recipe can not only enjoy the great flavor, and varying texture, but also benefit from antioxidents which work to heal our bodies from germs and disease.

  • Deneen Delevante Posted October 17, 2017 11:32 pm

    HELLO DENEEN,

    I enjoyed reading your article on healthy eating and the benefits of cleansing ones body which is the temple. We can’t ignore our health and wellness. I am so looking forward to making the recipes that will teach me how to become healthy. I’m a diabetic and will be looking for recipes that will teach me how to eat clean and healthy.

    • Deneen Delevante Posted November 16, 2017 12:33 am

      Thank you for connecting with me. Healthy clean eating as you have shared is so very important. What has really helped me in this journey is to prep my meals in advance. This is important when you have a busy schedule and it cuts down on the creation time. It feels good eating healthy meals. You know this because your body reacts to certain foods differently. My goals in this website is to create healthy meals that taste really great. I have found that herbs and spices make that happen and the nutritional value in them is simply outstanding. I look forward to this fantastic journey into healthy food greatness. I stress in the blog articles that if you are trying foods for the first time or you are using ingredients that are not apart of your diet on a regular basis, to please consult your primary care doctor to make sure that while eating healthy, these foods do not react to medication negatively. Moderation and variety in foods is also important, so please keep this in mind when cooking and enjoying these wonderful recipes. Bon appetit!!! I am excited to be on this journey together.

  • Corey Hilton Posted November 14, 2017 7:53 am

    I was listening to a podcast a few months ago and a man was talking about all the major benefits of turmeric. I got curious but never really looked into and this post just opened my eyes and gave me a lot of good information!

    • Deneen Delevante Posted November 14, 2017 8:53 am

      Thank you, Corey. I am cooking with spices more and more simply because the health benefits are remarkable. It is amazing that hundreds of years ago, people used many of these same herbs and spices to cure people’s ailments. My overall health, since I have combined both herbs and spices routinely, has improved.

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