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Creamy Vegan Asparagus Soup

 Creamy Vegan Asparagus Soup | All The Vegetables Blog

Don’t you just LOVE spring vegetables?! In homage to the best (in my opinion) spring veg of them all – here is a delectably delicious recipe for creamy vegan asparagus soup. The consistency is a little runnier then usual soups, so add a little less stock if you want it thicker. But I personally love soups I can just drink out of a mug! Serve with some fresh crusty bread – yum yum!

Creamy Vegan Asparagus Soup

  • Servings: 2-3
  • Difficulty: easy
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1/2 tbsp Earth Balance buttery spread (you can use regular butter if you are not following a vegan diet, also goes for the sour cream below)

1 bunch of asparagus (about 1 lb)

1 small onion

3 cups of veggie broth

1 tbsp vegan sour cream (I like this recipe from Oh She Glows or you can buy it from the store)

black pepper

  1. Melt the buttery spread on a low heat and add the chopped onion. Cook until it’s soft, but make sure the onion doesn’t brown.
  2. Cut the woody ends off the asparagus bunch (Here’s a little tutorial for those who are new to asparagus) and then chop the stalks into three. Add this to the pan along with the broth.
  3. Cover the pan and let it cook for about 18-20 mins until the asparagus is soft.
  4. Take the pan from the heat and add the sour cream. Stir that in and blend up the soup til it’s completely smooth.
  5. Add black pepper to taste and you’re done!

This freezes really well, so you can totally double or triple the recipe to make a big batch! Enjoy!

 Creamy Vegan Asparagus Soup | All The Vegetables Blog

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