Lime Cilantro Sweet Potato Soup
Lime and Cilantro is a mouth watering flavor combination and when sweet potato is added your taste buds will melt in delight! I wish that I had thought of this earlier!
This is also a Gluten Free recipe BUT PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR CHICKEN BROTH IS GLUTEN FREE FIRST.
6 cups chicken broth (if you are a Gluten Free cook then please make sure that your broth is truly Gluten Free first)
3 cups sweet potatoes (peeled & cubed)
1 1/2 cups parsnips (peeled & sliced)
1 cup green beans (fresh or frozen - with the tips snipped off)
1/2 cup leeks (sliced, soaked in water & then drained)
1/2 cup cooked chicken (cubed or shredded)
1/2 cup rice (I used basmati)
1/4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon ground chili pepper (I use an Indian chili pepper which is more like cayenne)
1 tablespoon fresh cilantro (washed, drained & chopped)
Prepare all the ingredients as listed above. In a large stock pot boil the sweet potatoes in the chicken broth until the potatoes are cooked (see picture above). Remove from heat and with an immersible blender - puree the broth & cooked sweet potatoes until all of the sweet potato chunks are gone (you may use a regular blender or food processor but it just takes longer & is more of a bother).
Return to the stove on medium heat and add the parsnips, green beans, leeks and simmer for about 7 minutes. Now add the chicken, rice, lime juice & both peppers. Continue to simmer until the rice is cooked to your desired texture. Add the Cilantro in the last 5 minutes of cooking. Remove from heat, serve immediately & ENJOY!
As you can see by the picture below - any leftovers will be more like stew since the rice soaks up some of the liquid - I actually prefer it the next day.
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This looks awesome. I buy a lot of cilantro for salsa and quesadillas but always have lots left. This would be a great way to use it. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I bet this smells really great while cooking! Looks delish!ReplyDelete
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This looks yummy! I'll have to try it next time I'm craving soup. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Oh thanks for posting this...love that is it gluten free. Just in time too...am definitely running out of tasty options in my repetoire...my people are turning on me and there may soon be a revolt!ReplyDelete
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This looks great for cooler weather. It took me a while to like cilantro, but I like it a lot now. This looks good.ReplyDelete
This looks and sounds delicious! I'm always looking for gluten free recipes. Thanks for following- now following you back!ReplyDelete
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MMMMmm, sounds tasty!ReplyDelete
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Really different combination of veggies and spices.. love it. Thanks for sharing your soup on foodie friday.ReplyDelete
Wow! that looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing at Sweet Saturday last week!!!ReplyDelete
This soup looks delicious. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
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This looks delicious. I need to eat more warm soup this winter. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete