Money Saving Cooking Tips – Cauliflower Curry Soup Recipe


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Save money Make Ahead

Soup is the perfect way to make easy food, ahead of time, and save money at the same time.

Make Ahead

It is less work to make twice as much and freeze portions than to make it twice.

Store it Flat

It takes less space when you store flat packages than containers.
Allow soup to cool and ladle into Plastic Zip Freezer Bags. Fold the top of the bag over a container while filling to make it easier.

Heat in Glass

Chemicals from plastic leech into the food, if you heat food in plastic in your Microwave. Heat foods in
Microwave safe Glass and cover with a saucer instead of covering with plastic.

Eat more Veggies

Soups are a great way to increase your
vegetable intake.

Easy Winter Soups

These easy soup recipes are easy to make, and freeze well.
Winter is the prefect time of year to enjoy soup!

Soup is Comfort Food

Soup is a great comfort food, and warms one up when it is chilly outside. Whether it is a starter or a main dish soup is an economical and nourishing addition to your weekly meal plan.

Good ONCE! Twice as good TWICE!

Make a double batch, or devote a day to cooking several types of soup so you can have it ready to heat and serve. Heat up soup and send it in a Thermos. It is a great way to take along a hot meal to the hockey game. Choosing a cream soup for makes it easy to drink the soup out of the thermos.

WARNING: Be careful with children not to have the soup too hot. If you have a good Thermos it will stay about the same temperature as it is when you put it in the Thermos.

EASIEST EVER:
Cauliflower Curry Soup

Gluten Free – Dairy Free
Ingredients:
1 large cauliflower
2 large baking potatoes (peeled or unpeeled—your choice)
2 cups water
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 14 oz (400 ml) can Coconut Milk
3 tablespoons Yellow Madras Curry (or to taste)

  • Wash and chop cauliflower into large chunks.
  • Wash and chop potatoes into chunks half the size of the cauliflower chunks.
  • Place in a large saucepan, add two cups of water and salt.
  • Bring to a boil, and then turn down heat to half (maintain a slow boil)
  • Cook approximately 15 minutes or until potatoes are well cooked.
  • Drain.
  • Add yellow curry powder and coconut milk.
  • Using a emersion blender (or electric mixer) puree the soup.
  • Serve.
  • Freezes well you may want to make a double batch.