EARTH ANGEL VEGAN’S SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI KALE SOUP

EARTH ANGEL VEGAN’S SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI KALE SOUP was rich and creamy and delicious!  I love gnocchi!  You can find whole wheat oil free gnocchi in most supermarkets in the Italian section.  You can also buy kale already washed and chopped!  The ingredients are pretty simple but the soup was so complex.  Give it a try as it was super easy to make but tastes like you where in the kitchen all day making it.

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RECIPE:

1 carton of your favorite vegetable broth (oil free)

1 yellow onion chopped

2 tablespoons dried parsley

1 teaspoon of Wildtree Garlic Galore

1 large or 2 small sweet potatoes peeled and cubed bite size

1 package of prepared whole wheat gnocchi (no oil)

2- 3 cups chopped raw kale

2 cups plant milk

1 tablespoon cornstarch (non gmo)

salt and pepper to taste

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In a heavy bottom soup pot or dutch oven add about 1/4 cup broth with onion, parsley,  and garlic galore.  Bring to a simmer and let the onions soften while you are peeling and cubing your sweet potato.

Add the sweet potato and the rest of the broth and bring to a boil.  Simmer about 15 minutes or until the potato can be pierced by a fork and then add the gnocchi and cover.  In about 5 minutes stir and test the gnocchi for softness.  When the gnocchi are soft throw the chopped kale on top, cover and let it steam.  The kale should be softened in about 5 minutes.  While the kale is softening add the plant milk and cornstarch to a shaker or blender to combine.  At this time taste the broth (it has reduced and there is probably not a lot of broth left)…  if it needs salt or pepper add some to the milk mixture and blend.  Pour the milk mixture into the soup and stir to combine.  Bring to a boil and then immediately reduce to a simmer stirring until thickened.

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Serve immediately but still delicious) with a salad and some crusty bread…. YUM

(if you wait the gnocchi will soak up the liquid and the soup will become extremely thick… but still delicious)

You can buy Wildtree Garlic Galore at www. wildtree.com/gerri

 

 

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