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Carrot and Coriander Soup

The carrots and coriander really go well together in this recipe

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  • Melt butter in large saucepan and saute carrots and celery for 2 minutes.
  • Add coriander and cumin, fry for 3-4 minutes.
  • Add stock, pinch of salt and pepper, bring to the boil and then simmer for 30 minutes.
  • Put through blender.
  • Decorate with a little drop of cream (optional) and fresh coriander.
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"The carrots and coriander really go well together in this recipe"
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  1. Artandkitchen
    I used celery leaves and thin celelery stalkes from the garden. I still had enought coriander green in the freezer!<br/>I used this soup and added my leftovers (of new year eve) of Recipe #464692.<br/>Come out really delicious!
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  2. amandagal
    Lovely soup, better than any bought soup. I added a handful of coriander before I blended it, and it was beautiful. Have made it for family and friends and everyone comments on it. The cumin is delicious and realise some people find it overpowering, but not in this dish. I did double up the quantity of carrots and kept all the other measurements the same because I prefer mine very carrotty.
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  3. benibabe
    absolutely lovely. used handful of fresh coriander instead of groud. didnt find cumin overpowering. freezes well. delicious.
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  4. English_Rose
    My fave soup! I love cumin so didn't find it too much. I also added a handful of fresh coriander right at the end before blending. I always make a double batch and freeze portions to take to work for my lunch!
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  5. Sandra_D
    I doubled the amount of carrots needed for this so that I got a wonderful, thick soup. Fresh coriander whizzed in at the blending stage added a good fresh taste. Unfortunately the cumin was overpowering so I will definitely be leaving it out the next time I make this.
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