Moroccan Cauliflower Soup

17 May

This is one great example of an exotic soup! It doesn’t taste hot like chilli, but one sip of it and you will start to feel the dense, complex flavours of spices beneath it.

We’ve never really tasted Moroccan dishes before, but this combination of spices will resemble some Indian delicacies mainly because of the presence of ginger, cumin and curry powder. We feel that this will go well with naan or bread that will help accentuate the spicy characteristics of this exotic creation.

Ingredients: Cauliflower, carrot, thickening cream, cinnamon powder, cumin powder, pepper, ginger powder, curry powder, salt, onion, garlic, milk.

We added the basic elements of Moroccan spices to create a rich, thick and spicy flavour. The taste resembles somewhat like gobi masala(Indian spicy cauliflower dish).

Cinnamon is commonly used in desserts and it’s our 1st try with soups! To our surprise, it adds a dash of refreshing spicy sweetness to it. Lovely.

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Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Recipes, Vegetarian


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