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Sometimes my best recipes emerge from the need to use produce before it goes bad.
If I didn’t have broccoli florets languishing in my fridge, this broccoli and plantain soup wouldn’t have been made.
Plus I love experimenting with flavor combinations.
While it may seem like an unlikely mix, this soup has it going on.
Sweetness from the plantain, creaminess from the coconut milk, meatiness from the beef broth and the earthy taste of broccoli. This soup is bursting with flavor, and also packs health-boosting fiber, amino acids and cancer-fighting antioxidants.
I think soups are the best way to experiment with different flavor combinations and an easy way to use produce that’s about to go bad.
I don’t know about you but I hate wasting expensive organic produce. That’s how I end up with some of my favorite experimental soups.
The flavors of this soup will mix together more as it sis in the fridge, deepening the unique flavor profile.
I share the recipe over on the Paleo Mom’s blog. Check it out here..
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