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Roasted cauliflower, fennel and ginger soup

Written by Lee on . Posted in Blog, Blog Dinner, Blog Lunch, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Heal Your Gut, Organic, Seasonal, Sugar Free, Vegetarian, Wheat Free, Winter, Yeast Free

It’s officially time of the year for stews, pho, dessert (or maybe that’s just me?), and of course, we can’t forget soups.

If you’re a meal-planner like me, this soup is a kitchen staple; you need to get it into that plan ASAP. It’s my secret new recipe and it may or may not change your life.

That’s right – I said secret. Consider yourself part of the Supercharged Food Secret Soup Community!

Welcome one and all!

I’ve created this roasted cauliflower, fennel and ginger soup to provide a super simple, delicious and healthy soup that's brimming with robust flavours and prebiotic rich vegetables to boost your gut health and immunity this winter.

It’s the perfect soup for when you feel a sniffle coming on or you feel like something a little zestier than your run-of-the-mill vegetable soup. But to be totally honest, you don’t need a special occasion to whip up this magic – it’s the kind of soup you could have every single day. It’s my everyday kind of soup.

Seeing as you’ve now officially joined the Supercharged Food Secret Soup Community, you’re probably wanting to know the "perks of being a cauliflower" oops member. Well, the main administrators for this soup are fennel, ginger and cauliflower. So, I’ll do the introduction – everybody, meet fennel, ginger and cauliflower.

Fennel loves looking after your bones and can even improve your skin health. If you’re feeling a little bit sluggish, it can help aid digestion and improve your mood and that's always a bonus.

Ginger is a bit of a zesty character but not one to be missed in this mighty trio! Single-handedly helping to fight off inflammation, whilst ginger can be very zesty, it'll always be there to pick up the pieces if you’re feeling nauseous or experiencing muscle soreness.

Finally, cauliflower is the head-honcho in this bowl of goodness. Full of vitamins and minerals to improve your overall health and  high in anti-inflammatory properties to keep you fighting winter bugs all pretty much year long, cauliflower is a long standing ingredient in the SCF soup community!

Add these three together and you’ve got quite the combination.

I've included my anti-inflammatory Golden Gut Blend in this recipe because it loves your gut. Containing diatomaceous earth, along with turmeric and other deliciously healing spices, it works to aid digestion and reduce inflammation to keep your insides glowing and happy. No soup is complete without it. Trust me on this one!

So there you have it - a new recipe for your weekly meal plans.  I hope you feel welcomed into our soupercharged community and feel ready to take on simple soup-making, one veggie at a time!


Roasted cauliflower, fennel and ginger soup
 

Ingredients:

  • 1 red onion quartered
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • ½ head large cauliflower (cut into florets)
  • 2 fennel bulbs chopped and cored
  • 500 gms stock of choice
  • 3 tbs hummus (optional, I had this in the fridge)
  •  1 TBS Golden Gut Blend   (or use 1 tsp tumeric and pinch cinnamon and black pepper)
  • 1 tsp sage leaves
  • pinch fennel seeds
  • 2 tbs wheat free tamari
  • 2 tbs lemon
  • 1 knob ginger (peeled) 

Method: 

  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees Celsius 
  • On a baking tray place red onion, garlic cloves, cauliflower and the fennel. 
  • Bake for 30-35 minutes until crispy. 
  • Remove from the oven and place in a blender with remaining ingredients. 
  • Blend until creamy. 
  • Pour into heavy bottomed saucepan and place on stovetop. 
  • Heat through on low to allow flavours to meld. 
  • Season to taste. 
  • Let cool slightly and serve warm. 
  • Decorate with fennel fronds.

Happy cooking,

Lee x 

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Comments (30)

  • Smidmore s witch

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    Looks gross
    Luke would have puked
    Nice of you to put your sunny face to a memorial of him in your book
    And then some
    Not

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    • Lee

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      Trolls will stop at nothing to try and hurt others, and for you to talk about my deceased step son in your comment is beyond hurtful. By the way your IP address shows exactly where you live in Queensland. If you don’t like the blog please don’t follow it. Thank you.

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      • Jayne Bond

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        Love you recipes and book, I’m always recommending to people over here in the U.K…… ignore the troll, some people are stuck at home with their keyboard, resenting those who have followed their dreams

        Big love 💗

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        • Lee

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          Thank you that’s great advice x lee

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      • Tasja

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        I think the soup looks really yummy!–Both the ingredients list and inspiring photos. And in my pursuit to converting my tastebuds to like (or at least tolerate ;-D) cauliflower, this recipe looks like a winner! 🙂 (So THERE, troll!!! …Sheez, some people…sigh…)

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    • Barbara

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      😮😮😁😁👹👹

      Reply

  • Stacy

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    Looks really delicious, I’ll be trying it very soon 😊

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  • Jules Fabulous

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    It never ceases to amaze me that people stoop this low in targeting your step son who passed away. Just terrible. What these kind of evil people don’t understand is that karma is real, and negative vibrations attract just that – negativity. Good luck with that negative, low-life you lead, you horrible troll. I am sure you will get your just desserts served cold. Hopefully it will be one of Lee’s recipes.

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  • Tanya

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    This looks absolutely delicious. Making it TODAY. Yum x

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  • Barbara

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    My apologies Lee…
    The Emojis were meant for ‘The Troll’
    I’m appalled that you had to read that hurtful remark from as you say…. those mean-spirited people ❤️
    Your recipes and Product are Fabulous..

    Reply

  • Christina

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    Lovely recipe given from the heart….I am making it now…thank you.

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    • Lee

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      I hope you enjoy it x

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  • Christina

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    This soup is delicious, it is comforting and warming. Thank you for sharing it.

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    • Lee

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      Yay! My pleasure x lee

      Reply

  • Diahann

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    This was DELICIOUS Lee, thank you! Just what we need to boost immunity as flu season looms xxx

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    • Lee

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      I’m so happy you enjoyed it! It’s perfect for boosting that immune system xx

      Reply

  • Genevieve Davey

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    I think the picture of the soup looks delicious. I love cauliflower, fennel and ginger – I can’t wait to try it.

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    • Lee

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      Let me know how you go 🙂 lee x

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  • Cynthia

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    Just what my body needed to fight a mild case of sinusitis on a chilly winter day. I love the synergy of GGB in soups! I adapted this recipe by tossing the vegetables in 1T olive oil and 1/2t celtic sea salt before roasting. Then I fried off the fresh ginger and fennel seeds, before putting the roasted vegetables in a pot with chicken stock (remembering to peel the skin from the roasted garlic). I reduced the tamari to 2t and added 1/8 t cayenne pepper. The hummus was omitted and a stick mixer was used instead of a blender. Can’t wait for my second serving tomorrow when the flavour will intensify further. Thanks you Lee for the inspiration.

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    • Lee

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      Thanks for your feedback and those changes sound good too! Enjoy the soup 🙂 lee

      Reply

  • Her husband

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    God bless
    Kharma wins over all
    Best to carry on, not feed the darkness
    Spread love, Lee, you are beautiful

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  • Kim vdM

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    Noice! I am about to make this delicious soupy as a starter dish for my lovely guest tonight.
    Thank you

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    • Lee

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      Great idea! I hope you both enjoy it xx

      Reply

  • Chloe

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    Hey Lee, when you say 2 tsps of lemon, do you mean lemon rind, lemon juice or actual lemon flesh??

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    • Lee

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      Juice 🙂 and you can use a bit of rind if you like for zest

      Reply

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