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February 26, 2013

Creamy Indian-spiced sweet potato soup, from The Perfect Pantry

Creamy Indian-spiced sweet potato soup, vegan and gluten-free, from The Perfect Pantry.

If you happen to have leftover sweet potatoes, you're halfway to a pot of this creamy Indian-spiced vegan sweet potato soup from The Perfect Pantry. Even without leftovers, you can make this warm, satisfying soup without any fuss in less than thirty minutes by cooking your sweet potatoes in the microwave. As easy as it is to make this soup, it's as much fun to heap a variety of traditional curry toppings -- apple, cashews, coconut, raisins, whatever you have -- on each individual bowl. We enjoyed this soup on a cold winter Sunday.

Get the recipe for creamy Indian-spiced sweet potato soup on The Perfect Pantry.

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Posted by: Kalyn | February 26, 2013 at 05:50 PM

Mmmmm. I would love this. But I doubt I'd ever have leftover sweet potatoes, lol!

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