Courgette and Coconut Gluten free Soup Recipe

The Courgette and Coconut soup is great for the cold weather that is hitting us and is a delicious way to use the courgette you have lying around instead of always having them as salads.
The delicate flavour of the courgette works perfectly with the rich creamy tones from the coconut milk and ensures a warm wholesome experience.
More importantly, it is a gluten free soup and can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. It is also extremely easy to make requiring basic supplies ensuring you can quickly  fix this up and cozy up with your loved ones.

Courgette and Coconut Gluten free soup

Note: This is a gluten free soup and is vegan and nut free.
  • 4 small courgettes, chopped
  • 2 small onions, chopped
  • 1 can of coconut milk
  • 1 vegetable stock cube with 350ml water
  • 2 chillis, chopped
  • Salt and pepper for seasoning
  1. In a pan, heat up a little olive oil and then add the courgettes and onion at a high heat. Let these sweat and then add the chopped chilli.
  2. Boil a kettle and prepare the stock while this is cooking. Add a can of coconut milk to the pan of veg, and turn this down to a medium heat. Now add the vegetable stock and cook until vegetables are softened.
  3. Take off the heat, allow to cool and then blend up until smooth. Serve this Courgette and Coconut soup warm with a side of salads for a wholesome meal.

If you are looking for gluten free options of bread to serve with it, try our Buckwheat Bread recipe.


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