Sweet Potato and Paprika Soup

You read it a lot, but that’s only because it’s the truth. I mean Fall Always calls for a good bowl of hot soup.

My favorite soups for Fall are the orange ones. Such as Carrot Soup, Pumpkin Soup but did some Sunday afternoon mixing and matching and came up with my new favorite soup. And yes, it’s orange as well!

Making soup is also a bit nostalgic to me. It all comes down to the Soup pot! Mine is the one I got from my Mom and she got it from hers! At our house, soup must be made in that one pot only even though it’s quite a large pot!

Soup is boiling

 

The basis consists of red paprikas and then added some sweet potato and a (big) pinch of turmeric. Turmeric is good  for many things, but especially helps as a natural detox of your liver. Which isn’t a bad idea after Summer and Cocktail season.

 

Just try for yourself and let me know!

 

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Sweet Potato and Paprika Soup
The perfect soup for Fall, but no pumpkin this time! Red Bell Peppers and some Sweet Potato with a tist of Turmeric.
Prep Time 5-10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
litres
Ingredients
Prep Time 5-10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
litres
Ingredients
Instructions
PREPARATION
  1. Cut the Paprikas into pieces (not too small). Peel the Sweet Potato and cut into pieces as well.
MAKE IT
  1. Put some Olive Oil in your pot and put all the paprikas and sweet potato in it. Stir in it frequently so nothing keeps sticking to the bottom of the pot.
    Paprika sweet potato
  2. Once you notice the smell of grilled papikas, add the turmeric and pepper.
    Turmeric
  3. Add 1.5 litres of water and the cubes from the broth. In case you use fresh chicken and/or vegetable broth, just make sure that all together it's 1.5 litres.
  4. Cook it all together for about 30min.
  5. Mix it all together and top off with some chives on top and with some garlic bread of Grissini (bread sticks).
    Paprika Soup and Garlic Bread
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