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Carrot Orange Spring Soup

Carrot Orange Spring Soup

Peel and chop the potato, carrots and the onion.

Add the oil in a saucepan over a high heat, add the chopped vegetables and cook for 10 minutes.

Check and stir regularly.

Using a cheese grater, grate the zest off the orange into a small bowl.

Add the zest to the pan with the vegetables. Put the lid on and cook for 10 more minutes, stirring occasionally.

If you’d like to add wine now ‘s the time.

Add the stock or water and bring up to a simmer, then put the lid back on the pan and leave to simmer gently. After 45 minutes, test that the carrots are really soft by poking them with a knife or skewer. Turn off the heat. Carefully ladle the soup into a food processor or use a stick blender.  Whizz the soup until it is smooth.

Cut the orange in half, squeeze the juice from one half and add to the soup.

Return the soup to the pan, heat it gently and season to taste.

Enjoy with a glass of citrusy white wine.



  • Shilpa Bindlish
    Posted at 07:57h, 05 April Reply

    Really happy to find a healthy recipe with all vegetarian ingredients. Will try it soon since all the items are easily available in my kitchen 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

      Posted at 14:59h, 05 April Reply

      All vegan all healthy 🙂

  • Amber Myers
    Posted at 12:41h, 05 April Reply

    Mmm, this looks so delicious! I am a huge fan of soup.

      Posted at 14:57h, 05 April Reply

      I love soup as well!

  • Sam
    Posted at 13:35h, 05 April Reply

    I like the idea of putting orange in here. I’ve never tried that in soup before, but it would be delicious!

      Posted at 14:56h, 05 April Reply

      Yeap, the orange is a game changer!

  • Kristen
    Posted at 14:59h, 05 April Reply

    This sounds and looks delicious and so healthy. I love that all of the ingredients are things I already have in my pantry or fridge!

      Posted at 15:02h, 05 April Reply

      yes! Such an easy mid week dinner!

  • Casey the College Celiac
    Posted at 15:05h, 05 April Reply

    I never would’ve thought to use orange in a savory dish, but this definitely gives the soup a springy vibe. YUM!

  • Jacquelyn
    Posted at 16:11h, 05 April Reply

    What a beautiful picture! This recipe is a welcomed twist on vegetable soup.

  • Phaytea
    Posted at 16:44h, 05 April Reply

    Looks delicious, healthy and readily available ingredients

  • Deimarys
    Posted at 18:20h, 05 April Reply

    Girl, this sounds yummy, healthy and so easy to do. Thanks for sharing.

  • Milica
    Posted at 19:53h, 05 April Reply

    This looks so delicious! Love how you decorate it!

  • Kimberly c.
    Posted at 21:23h, 05 April Reply

    I am so gonna try to make this myself. I adore all soups and basically live on them…this one sounds delish! Yay

  • Christie Brown
    Posted at 01:15h, 06 April Reply

    I’m a huge fan of carrot and potato soup, but I’ve never dreamed of adding orange! I can see how it would really add a zing of flavour. I’m definitely keen to give this recipe a try!

    Christie’s Take on Life.  xx

  • Anosa
    Posted at 01:59h, 06 April Reply

    Oh such a healthy and delicious spring soup! Perfect for the season. I’ll definitely make some!

  • blair villanueva
    Posted at 05:35h, 06 April Reply

    Thanks for sharing your carrot soup recipe. Perfect during cold nights. And eating lots of carrots helps to smoothen our skin, like baby smooth 🙂

  • David Elliott
    Posted at 06:25h, 06 April Reply

    I am not a big fan of cooked carrots. But this does look like a way I might try them out.

    • Elizabeth Brico
      Posted at 17:35h, 06 April Reply

      I’m not a big fan of cooked carrots either. I love the earthy taste of raw carrots and when carrots are cooked they take on a gross (to me) and kinda flavorless (to me) consistency. I have not made this recipe yet, but I have found that carrot soup in general tends to keep the flavor of the carrot, and you don’t get the gross texture because it’s turned into SOUP!

        Posted at 22:31h, 06 April Reply

        That’s true! And the addition of orange takes it to another level!

      Posted at 22:34h, 06 April Reply

      I also prefer raw carrots but I loved this recipe!

  • Elizabeth Brico
    Posted at 17:33h, 06 April Reply

    I love it. Carrots might be my favorite vegetable. I mean I am a big fan of veggies so I’m not sure. But they’re definitely up there. Anyway I love that it’s vegan too! I pinned of my kiddos is sick and barely eating right now, so I think I may just try this TODAY. Thank you!

      Posted at 22:32h, 06 April Reply

      Aw I hope he feels better soon! A nice bowl of soup always helps!

  • Lorraine Marshall
    Posted at 00:44h, 07 April Reply

    I am a huge fan of soup year round however it cold and snowing where I am and this would make the ideal dinner.

  • Sushmita
    Posted at 12:48h, 16 April Reply

    This is another addition to my to try list 😀 love soups as well as veggies, thanks for sharing dear 🙂

  • Desi Chidiyaa
    Posted at 07:56h, 17 April Reply

    I just loved the recipe since I am a vegetarian and I love experimenting in my kitchen.. would soon be trying out this one…!!!

      Posted at 08:04h, 17 April Reply

      I can’t wait for you to try it!

  • Laura Dowsan
    Posted at 14:14h, 26 September Reply

    Few days ago I tried your recipe. It’s so delicious and I tried this recipe in my new cooktop. It’s my new experiment with my hubby.

      Posted at 22:19h, 26 September Reply

      I’m so happy to hear that Laura!

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