Have I mentioned lately that one of my new favorite vegetables is cauliflower? ‘Tis true. I might have a problem considering I buy a head of it every time I’m at the market. Every. Single. Time. I kid you not. I guess there are worse things to be enamored with. 9/10 I roast it up with just a simple drizzle of olive oil and sprinkle of salt, pepper and chili pepper flakes. Because spice is nice.
I’ve also heard that spicy foods help to speed up your metabolism. I can use all the help I can get so woot. Winner winner roasted curried cauliflower soup dinner. Okay so maybe that doesn’t exactly rhyme but you know what I mean.
This soup starts out by you guessed it ROASTING a head of cauliflower. I like to roast mine while I’ve already got the oven going, making and/or baking well whatever (as long as it’s the same temperature) multi tasking. Time is money. Gas is expensive right? I majored in multi tasking. Well business but same thing in my book. You can roast the cauliflower the night before or a few days before. This will cut back on your cooking to table time once you have that craving hit (or maybe that’s just me).
I seem to always have a container of roasted cauliflower in my fridge lately because I won’t even dare throw a few pieces out (did I mention my obsession with it). It comes in handy when I’m ready to make SOUP. Ah good stuff.
We’re ticking all kinds of good for you boxes with this recipe. This soup is GLUTEN FREE, VEGETARIAN, DAIRY FREE and LOW SUGAR. More importantly in my book, it’s delicious and did I mention it’s CREAMY without dairy. I know, I know it sounds too good to be true but it’s true. So true and delicious. Did I mention delicious?
Now for those of you who are timid of the heat, you can cut back on the amount of curry paste. No big deal. NOT a fan of thicker soups? Feel free to cut it with a little more vegetable stock or water. You’re eating it. Do what you like!
Get our ROASTED CURRIED CAULIFLOWER SOUP RECIPE. on Dixie Crystal’s Blog.
Also try our CREAMY ROASTED PUMPKIN SOUP!
Disclaimer: I am a recipe developer for Dixie Crystals. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.
This cauliflower soup is amazing! I can’t wait to try it!
Martha@A Family Feast says
Looks fantastic! Love the addition of the curry!
Cookin Canuck says
We love roasting cauliflower with curry spices, but have never taken the extra step to turn it into a soup. Great idea, Paula!
Heather // girlichef says
Cauliflower and curry is a delicious combo – and in a soup, yes please!
Nikki @ Nik Snacks says
‘Tis the season for cauliflower! I’m obsessed with it too. The whole roasted curry cauliflower is popular in my house.
Ginny McMeans says
Love roasted cauliflower and this soup must be amazing!
this might be a silly question but can i make this without the potato? i too am crazy about cauliflower and actually just last night roasted a head with curry and it was delicious! i am planning to try this without the potato but wondering if you would recommend it. thanks!!
Hi Nancy, the potato acts as a thickener. I’ve never made it without but you could certainly try : )
Kim (Feed Me, Seymour) says
I’d love some of this right now! It looks so warm and comforting.
I love some roasted cauliflower and the color on this soup is amazing.
Nancy P.@thebittersideofsweet says
Roasting cauliflower sounds like a perfect idea to me! Looks great!
Erin @ Texanerin Baking says
This looks nice and comforting!
Lana | Never Enough Thyme says
Love this! Roasting cauliflower turns it into a whole ‘nother thing, doesn’t it?
Brenda@Sugar-Free Mom says
Love the sound of this soup!
valmg @ From Val's Kitchen says
I love soup, it’s one of the only things I love love love about winter. This one sounds flavorful!
Elizabeth@ Food Ramblings says
I love the combo of cauliflower and curry– can’t wait to make this 🙂
Lauren @ Healthy Delicious says
I read an article the other day that said cauliflower is the new kale. I believe it, because I’ve been super into cauli lately, too! This soup looks awesome.
Renee - Kudos Kitchen says
You can never go wrong when you roast vegetables for soup. This looks very tasty, and I love that drizzle of olive oil to finish!
What a beautiful soup. I love anything with curry so this is right up my alley! Pinning!