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August 5, 2012

Vegan and gluten-free creamy lime and coconut edamame soup, from Kahakai Kitchen

Creamy lime and coconut edamame soup (hot or cold, Thai-inspired), from Kahakai Kitchen, for Meatless Monday.

Deb of Kahakai Kitchen reached deep into her well-stocked pantry to create this creamy lime and coconut edamame soup, which is perfect for Meatless Monday. Kaffir lime leaves (you can substitute lime zest), lemongrass (or lemon zest), ginger, bird chiles and coconut milk give this soup an unmistakeable Thai quality; edamame (soy beans) gives it body. You'll want to try this vegan and gluten-free recipe with other frozen vegetables, too; Deb suggests substituting frozen peas, broccoli, corn or cauliflower, whatever you have on hand. Serve this hot or chilled.

Get Kahakai Kitchen's recipe for creamy lime and coconut edamame soup.

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Comments

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Posted by: Kalyn | August 5, 2012 at 10:59 AM

Never would have thought of Edamame in soup, but it sounds wonderful!

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Posted by: Lydia | August 5, 2012 at 12:31 PM

Kalyn, it really tastes like a cold version of split pea soup, which I think you would find quite delicious.

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Posted by: Jeannej7 | August 5, 2012 at 03:35 PM

Hi,
As a Health Nut, and a food lover I am happy I visited this site because I am always in quest for new recipe, and this soup is in my to do- list for winter, the ingredients are undoubtedly healthy.
I am from the Caribbean,our food is naturally organic. Thank you for the sharing:)

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Posted by: Lydia | August 5, 2012 at 06:56 PM

Jeanne, glad you found your way here. Welcome!

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