Curried Sweet Potato & Wild Rice Soup

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I keep a bunch of recipes in a huge binder on my cookbook shelf. Most of these recipes have been printed off the internet with the good intention of making each and every one. But, as my collection continues to grow, I end up forgetting about at least half of the recipes. I also have a folder of printed recipes – this folder holds the recipes that I know I want to make within the next week. One recipe that made its way into the high priority folder was one for a Curried Sweet Potato & Wild Rice Soup. Lindsay from the awesome Happy Herbivore blog posted the recipe last week. What a wonderful soup!!! Tim and I enjoyed big bowls (doubled, the recipe yields about four generous servings) for dinner Wednesday evening. We made two small changes: instead of soy milk, we used coconut milk; and we topped each bowl with some toasted cashews (along with the rice).

Curried Sweet Potato Soup 1

Perfectly creamy, well-spiced, and simple to prepare – thanks for the recipe Lindsay!!!

Curried Soup 2

Annnnnnnd, this post makes 15 posts in a row!!!! Hooray for Vegan MoFo!!!

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11 thoughts on “Curried Sweet Potato & Wild Rice Soup

  1. That looks BEAUTIFUL tahinitoo!
    Your recipes sound like mine only you’re a bit more organised than me – but I have the full intention of making the millions of recipes I’ve gleaned off the interwebs but I think I need to stop adding to the HUGE pile I have first!
    :)

  2. That looks so beautiful, I love it! I know I’ve said this about a million times this season, although I don’t know if I said it here…I am SO lazy when it comes to making soup. I love it, I just hate making it. Want to come make some for me???? :D

  3. a binder! you’re good. i print them off, fold them messily and shove them in whatever cookbook is lying out! veganomicon is stuffed full!! hahaha, I should get around to sorting them out.

    that soup looks ace, i love sweet potatoes.

  4. superw00t for 15 posts in a row, Amy! you’re rock’n the mofo! hooray!

    i love that you subbed in coconut milk – i’m fo ‘sho gonna have to try lindsay’s recipe. it looks amazing and sounds perfect for fall…

    you always have the most pretty & scrumptious photos. i love drooling over all the tasty food porn. yay!

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