So I had a rough day and decided to stay home and make some stuff up. It turned out delish and now I have enough for an army.  Took me around 45 minutes!

  • 1 can organic light coconut milk
  • 1.2 bottle organic sodium free chicken broth
  • 3 jalapeno
  • 2 organic beets cubed
  • 1 organic sweet potato cubed
  • 2 organic carrots
  • 1 bunch organic kale chopped  (from my garden)
  • 1 handful  seaweed raw
  • 1 tbsp curry powder
  • 6 organic shiitake mushrooms
  • 1 organic  lemon w zest
  • 1tbsp cumin
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 2 tbsp braggs
  • 1 organic yellow onion diced
  • 6 organic garlic cloves

Start with the coconut, broth and lemon. Saute on medium for 15 minutes or until tender; the beets, onion, sweet potatoes, jalepenos, shiitake mushroom. Add spices, garlic, carrots, and kale. Saute on low for 15 minutes!!

I cooked some red qunioa and served this on top of a bed of it!!

Top with chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, side of sauerkraut, and a dollop of goat cheese or organic greek yogurt!!!!!


About Skinny Fat Kids

I am a fat kid at heart. I don’t start a day without planning a meal; whether it is cooking with friends or trying out a new spot. It might have something to do with being a Mexican/Italian.. Since I was young I loved to help out in the kitchen and was open to all types of food. I appreciate what cooking comes along with… Family, friends and times you will never forget. Food for me is something that you can make taste good even though it is healthy! People have no idea how easy it is to throw together a perfectly well balanced meal that provides them with all the essential nutrients one needs. Each of us have your unique genetic needs, tastes, backgrounds which can be factored into your food and nutrition plan. “Change is one constant in our lives.” You can rid disease and illness through food. Food is something people do not clearly understand. I strongly believe in cooking with local, seasonal, organic, and nutrient-rich ingredients as best as you can. It is essential to eat only grass fed dairy and meat because they provide more essential nutrients as well as high levels of vitamins. Having a garden and knowing where your food comes from is essential! I owe a lot to my mom who many can attest that she is a GREAT entertainer. She seems to always be having a “dinner party” and always throws together something delicious. My objective in this blog is to share my love and knowledge of food and cooking with all you peeps. I want to give you all ideas on how easy it is to eat healthy and make food taste good. I want the standard american diet to be something of the past… TBC
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2 Responses to COCONUT VEGGIE SOUP on top of QUINOA

  1. Kylee Singh says:

    Love it!

  2. Leigh Grossman says:

    mmmmmm, i want! and i really like your turquoise pot.

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