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Creamy Potato Kale Corn Soup

What you need: 

1 teaspoon vegetable oil

1 medium yellow onion, chopped

2 cloves garlic, minced

3 cups vegetable broth

3 cups water

3 cups potato, cubed

1 cup carrots, sliced

1 cup corn

1 cup (packed) kale torn into chunks

1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk

1/4 cup nutritional yeast flakes

1 tbsp pepper

salt to taste

What you do: 

Put vegetable oil in large pot and heat to medium heat.

Sautee onion for about 5 minutes

Add garlic to pot and sautee for about 1 minute

Add broth, water, potato and carrot to pot

Increase heat and boil until potatoes are falling apart

Reduce heat to medium low

Add kale and corn.

Cook for about 5 minutes

Turn the heat off

Add milk, nutritional yeast, pepper and salt.

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes
Cooking Time: 
45 minutes
Servings: 
6 bowls
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Thank you for the puréed idea! I am currently enjoying this soup for the first time right now! 

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Okay - i was looking for a great potato/kale soup and THIS IS IT.  I didn't use that much pepper - i DOUBLED the recipe and I added celery and sauteed  it with the onions.  I didn't use Nutritional yeast.  I did add Milk at the end, and then Pureed a portion of it in my blender and added it back to the pot - to make it a more creamy soup......creamy with yummy chunky bits of potato, corn and carrot.  My Family's fave soup so far.  ;)

 

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Great recipe, I would definitely recommend using a lot less pepper though. 

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A wonderful soup! I would also reduce the amount of black pepper.  I added some basil, Great Northern Beans, and a dash of cinnamon.  

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I made this recipe last week with my boyfriend, and it was sooo yummy! Although I felt like it needed a lot more seasoning, so I just upped the salt and pepper and added some red pepper flakes for a kick. This is such a simple, fast, and delicious go-to dish! Making it again tonight :)

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This is a great sinus cold recovery soup! My preference would be to add less pepper, as 1 tbsp seemed to overpower the flavors and it was super spicy... but, like I said, good for the sinuses. (My boyfriend loved it spicy!)

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