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April 11, 2013

Coconut chickpea and kale soup, from Kahakai Kitchen

Coconut chickpea and kale soup, from Kahakai Kitchen (on Soup Chick).

Do you have a blender? If you do, you'll be slurping this thick and creamy (but cream-free) coconut chickpea and kale soup from Kahakai Kitchen in less than 15 minutes. As an added bonus, according to Deb, "chickpeas are a good source of tryptophan, an essential amino acid that your body needs to make protein. High tryptophan foods play a role in lifting your mood, and tryptophan is even used therapeutically to help treat anxiety, depression and sleep disorders." So this quick-and-easy soup also helps you relax, and that sounds good to me.

Get the recipe for coconut chickpea and kale soup on Kahakai Kitchen.

More on Soup Chick:
White lentil and kale soup with (or without) spicy sausage
Chickpea, spinach and tahini soup
Thirty minute chickpea stew, from Macheesmo

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Posted by: Kalyn | April 11, 2013 at 08:00 AM

What a combination; this sounds fantastic!

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