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This creamy, vegan wild garlic soup with the bursting flavor of wild garlic, the creamy cashew base and the tangy coconut-bacon parsley pinwheels made from filo pastry makes this soup into an irresistible dish. As an appetizer for your next party, or served as a main course, this is the eye-catcher of the evening.
vegan | vegetarian | whole foods | plant-based | sugar-free | milk-free | lactose-free
If the wild garlic season is coming to an end, what can you use for the vegan wild garlic soup?
If you are like me and you love the wild garlic with the fine taste of garlic, then I have an alternative for you, with which you can enjoy this delicious soup all year round. Just make a vegan garlic chive soup with the vegan wild garlic soup recipe and you’ll be astonished by how deliciously this vegan soup tastes. Now I would like to know, what are your favorite herbs to cook with?
How does the vegan wild garlic soup comes so creamy?
As you’ve probably already seen in my other recipes, we vegans, or those who do not consume animal products, can enjoy creamy dishes like this vegan wild garlic soup. This requires absolutely no cream or anything alike. What you need for a creamy dish is cashews, which simply create an incredible creaminess when heated or just coconut milk. And those who want it even creamier, just use the solid part of the coconut milk, the so-called coconut cream. And that’s how quickly you can create a creamy dish like this vegan wild garlic soup.
This vegan wild garlic soup is:
- a quick comfort meal
- a real taste experience
- approved by my grandparents
- very easy to prepare
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