Easy soup for rainy days

This basis recipe is a favorite of mine. Be it winter or rainy days, this soup can help you get rid of leftover veggies, keep you healthy and boost your immune system. Also, it’s cheap and requires a minimum of attention and time.

Here is what you need:

2 carrots
2 big cups of fresh spinach
1 onion
1-2 potatoes
1 leek
½ a courgette
½ paprika fruit
Chili (powder or fresh)
2 cloves of garlic

Vegetable broth or spice


Goat cheese
Olive oil 

What you gotta do:

Rinse, clean, peel and cut your vegetables into smaller pieces and put them in a pot. Add some vegetable broth and fill your pot with 2/3 of water. Put it on the stove and let it simmer for 20-40 minutes. If you wanna figure out if it’s done, stick a fork in the veggies – if you can poke through it, it has had enough. Lookin good

When your veggies are soft take the pot of the heat and poor most of the water into a cup. Mix the whole thing with a hand blender and add the water from the pot little by little until you get a consistency you like.

Now put the pot back on low heat and add salt/pepper until you get a flavor that’s kicking. Serve when ever you are ready.

If you wanna top it up a notch, crush some walnuts over it, add a little goat cheese or feta and drip some olive oil over it – just to show that you’re serious about it.



Enjoy / Velbekomme


Dinner is served