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Cream soups might seem impossible without milk in your diet, but Coconut Milk, Dairy Free and Rice Milk can re-open many of the same delicious tastes you miss. T has a celery allergy that means we need to make our stocks from scratch. If you can eat Carrots, Celery and Onion, you can probably buy stock from the supermarket, but we make ours from scratch.
In a Slow Cooker mix all the ingredients and cover with water. Set to low and cook for 8 hours. Strain and retain the stock for later use. You can use uncooked (bone-in) meat instead of bones if you prefer.
Cream of Turkey Soup:
Melt Margarine (or substitute) in Medium Stock Pot. Soften (but do not brown) Onion and Carrots. Add Flour and mix thoroughly. Slowly add Coconut Cream and 2 Cups of the Stock stirring frequently. Add Seasoning, Turkey and remaining Stock and set to simmer for 30 minutes. Add additional seasonings to taste.
D’s Review: I like it, but think it would be helped by noodles or dumplings. Might try to add a few other seasonings, or even a dash of hot sauce.
T’s Review: It’s amazing! It tastes very much like my Marmee’s Chicken Noodle Soup, except no chicken or noodles. Just a hint of coconut flavor. If you are not a fan of coconut, don’t be scared. The coconut only serves to make it creamy.
Bear: Mmmmm… <slurp> mmm… <lick> mmmm… <slurp>
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