- 4 Sweet Potatoes
- 2 Onions
- 2 Normal Potatoes
- 2 Cloves Garlic
- Veggie stock
- Creme Fraiche
Forget takeaways tonight. Celebrate World Vegetarian Day today by cooking up this really tasty soup.
Really simple ingredients and this is one soup that doesn't need a ton of stuff in it. The potatoes are lovely and sweet as it is.
Peel the onions. Even an idiot could do that in fairness so get on with it.
Chop the heck out of them and make them as small as possible
Peel your 2 normal potatoes and chop them in to small cubes.
Peel 2 cloves of garlic. Again if you don't know how to do this give up and go out for dinner instead.
Chop your garlic up nice and small
Heat up a large pan and lash in a good bit of olive oil
Lash in the onions, garlic and potatoes. Cook these over a low to medium heat for about 2/3 minutes stirring them the odd time.
Peel the sweet potatoes and chop them up. Thats all the hard work done now!!
Lash them in to the pan and stir them around for a few minutes.
Grab your stock cubes and put them in to some hot water so as they melt.
Pour that in to the soup and cover all the ingredients completely and then turn it up.
Chop a good handful of the coriander and and stir it in with a good lashing of the creme fraiche.
Stir it around and set it to one side. Childs play in fairness this is so easy.
Simmer the soup for a good 20/25 minutes or until everything is soft.
When it is soft use a food processor, blender or soup gun to blend it until all smooth. The smoother the better.
When it comes out it should be like silky velvet. If it is too thick add in a bit more water.
When it gets to this stage season it up with a bit of salt and pepper. Taste it each time and see what else you think it needs. Heat it back up and serve. You can always keep this in the fridge and serve it up any time you are hungry. No need to eat it all at once.
Serve it up in a nice bowl. This is just as good for a casual lunch or a fancy dinner party.
Nice big dollop of the coriander creme fraiche in the middle and thats it. Throw it up on to the table for your guests and they'll all be as happy as Larry. Delicious.