Kick Cold/Flu Season in the tush with this recipe

I was browsing the web for a sweet potato soup recipe, specifically a healing soup to aid in curing my mucusy self. I came across a fabulous blog: Hope For Healing. The author posted a phenomenal recipe for two potato soup. I will share this delicious soup recipe with you! Happy healing!

What you need:
2 TB of olive oil
1 small yellow onion (around 1/2 cup diced)- (or red, I prefer red?)
2 cups of diced raw sweet potatoes
2 cups of diced raw white potatoes
4 cups of vegetable stock
2 cups of pure water
half of lemon freshly squeezed for juice
1 ts. of sea salt
1 ts. of black pepper
1 TB of minced garlic powder
1-2 ts. of ground ginger
1 ts. of ground paprika
1 ts. of dried marjoram or rosemary
1 ts. of dried basil
1 ts. of dried oregano
handful of chopped fresh parsley or chives

How you make it (from Hope for Healing- not my words!)
Sauté the onion in a large pot with the olive oil for a few minutes, then add the broth, water and diced potatoes. Cook for a few more minutes and then add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a boil. Boil on high for 10-15 minutes and then turn down the heat and let cook until the potatoes start to fall apart in the broth. Use the back of a large ladle or spoon to help the potatoes break up and become a part of the broth. The soup will get much thicker if you do this after about 30 minutes or so. Then after the potatoes have broken down enough to your liking, add some fresh chives or parsley for serving a hot bowl of soup. Serve with your favorite bread or biscuit.

(link to the recipe/blog here: )

I hope you enjoy this delicious soup! I know I did. I made a ton. It will def taste amazing tomorrow too.

Peace, love and sweet potatoes!



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