The simplest soup ever – fresh kale, coconut and Devil-ish Moorish Smoked Humous

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Ingredients serves 4-ish
  • 1 150g pot of Devil-ish Moorish Smoked Humous
  • Few handfuls/bag full of fresh Kale
  • Veg stock cube
  • 2 tbsp Maggi coconut milk powder – or just use half a tin of milk
  • Carrot (optional)

Side view Devil-ish

I firmly believe that cooking should be simple, wherever possible – let the ingredients shine and give the cook chance to join in the banter with friends!

This is such an easy soup; healthy and delicious, ideally using a few handfuls of kale picked straight from the garden.

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Give it a good wash (unless you’re a fan of extra insect protein!), cut off the tough stems, chop roughly and pop it in the pan. JUST cover with water; add a couple of tablespoons of Coconut milk powder and a veg stock cube. Add a chopped carrot, if you like; for extra sweetness.

Bring to the boil and simmer for 10 mins or so until it’s soft but with a little bite left. Cool slightly, then tip into a blender (reserve some of the cooking water so you can adjust the thickness to your taste), add a pot of Devil-ish, and blend. If you don’t like spicy, Smokey-ish or Zingy-ish would also work well.

Serve with some lovely granary bread. Yum!

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About lovemoorish

I’m a mother of two with a background in radio news reading and marketing. I’ve enjoyed making healthy food for my family for a number of years and have found that humous is a regular favourite. Not only that but it’s healthy too. I decided to add enjoyment to humous by coming up with a new layer of flavour and the overwhelmingly positive reaction from friends and family has brought me to lovemoorish. I can’t wait to bring it to you!
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