Okay I did something a little weird with this. I needed a dairy free replacement for the canned cream of whatever soup. So I left out the asparagus and half of the liquids (broth and milk) so that it would act like condensed soup. It was really great! I'll be using this every time I need the cream soups. Thanks so much Carol!
This was great! I took chef #238270's suggestion and added the flour to the cooking veggies before blending. I found that adding the veggies to the soymilk in the blender made for a relatively easy and clean job. This is going to become a regular in our home--I'd like to try it with sweet potatoes next! I'll also add a teaspoon or two of nutritional yeast for some tang. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
Thank you! This is my new favorite soup. My only complaint is that I didn't make a bigger batch. ;) Substitutions (which I always have at least one of, it seems): fresh basil instead of dried, rice milk instead of soy and a little chili garlic sauce for some extra spice.
I made this soup today for dinner - on a cold winter Saturday night - for my husband and in-laws. I used rice milk instead of soy, which was the only modification. All of us absolutely loved it!! Will definitely save it to my cookbook and make it again in the near future.
Yum, yum, yum! I stuck to the recipe except that I subbed flax milk for the soy and threw it all in my Blendtec blender before simmering and adding the asparagus tips. I'm about to enjoy a big bowl with a big hunk of crusty bread. Thanks for the recipe!
This was simple to prepare and tasted delicious! I used half soy milk and half almond milk and it came out perfect! I think it would also be good with other veggies, maybe broccoli! Yum! Thank you for sharing!!!
This soup is really amazing. I made it for my grandma and she absolutely loved it. I only told her it was vegan after she had 2 bowls. I'm really in love with this soup and it's now one of my go to recipes!
I thought this was excellent. My whole family enjoyed, in fact. I used 2 bunches of asparagus, 3 cups of broth and 3 of soymilk just because it was the main course and there were 5 of us. I added the flour to the broth/veggies towards the end and then pureed it all with my immersion blender right in the pot. Then I added the soymilk and seasoning and blended some more. I am definitely trying this with some other veggies.
This was good~~my hubby liked, I thought it was OK> Thanks so much for sharing! :O)
This is awesome. I suggested it to my sister because of it's slightly sweet taste (due to soy) he might eat it.