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Vegan asparagus soup – fast and easy to prepare. This creamy asparagus soup is a perfect dish for the asparagus season and is great for cooking in larger quantities. Whether as dinner, lunch or as an appetizer, this soup is an eye-catcher for all guests.
vegan | plant-based | vegetarian | dairy-free | oil-free | soy-free
Which asparagus is best for the vegan asparagus soup?
I like to eat white as well as green asparagus. Here in the US, unfortunately, I find very rarely white asparagus, so I love it all the more when I find white asparagus, but it is totally overpriced and mostly imported. But there are green asparagus like sand of the sea and pretty cheap. But now how do you decide which asparagus you want. I prepared this soup with white asparagus and cooked some green asparagus to snip it into the soup. The green asparagus is simply a great eyecatcher and also makes perfect as a decoration on the soup for example for birthdays or other festive matters. You can find violet asparagus, I have not found it here in the US, but that would make great decoration too.
How do I thicken the vegan asparagus soup?
You do not need anything extraordinary to bind soups. I like using like in this vegan asparagus soup potatoes and / or cashews. The potatoes and cashews make the asparagus soup very creamy and simply tastes delicious. Simply puree the potato with the asparagus. If you have tips for binding soups and sauces, then write me down in the comments. I am looking forward to reading from you.
This vegan asparagus soup is
- a light dish
- low in calories
- full of flavor
- a perfect appetizer for your next party
If you love asparagus and soups then have a look here.
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