Soups are a wonderful way to get in all your daily vegetables. On hot days, you can enjoy soup cold as a refreshing midday meal. There’s nothing like warm soup on a chilly day either. This thick edamame soup is rich in carrots and flavor, with a dash of moringa for an extra nutritious kick.
Thank you to Chef Bendicto, a Filipino chef based in New York City, for this fabulous recipe. You can read Chef Benedicto’s full bio below, and check out his cookbook The Malian Kitchen.
Edamame, Carrot & Moringa Soup
This recipe is vegan as is. Like all recipes featured on our blog, feel free to add your own twists! For this recipe, Chef Benedicto adds that “it is all up to you to decide on the texture. I personally do not like to use the blender, or this soup would have been called silky soup.”
How might you make this soup? Chunky or silky or somewhere in between?
*When should you add moringa to recipe? It’s up to you! For optimal nutritional benefits, if you are cooking a recipe at a warm temperature or for a long amount of time, we recommend stirring moringa into your recipe towards the end of your cooking time.
There you have it! All the tips and tricks to make a delicious moringa soup. e. What’s your perfect smoothie recipe? How do you incorporate moringa into it? Let us know in the comments!
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