I’ve been waiting all week to try this spicy black bean soup I found on the meat free Monday website.
It didn’t disappoint that’s for sure.
I did slightly adapt the recipe on the website though, substituting some ingredients which I didn’t have for others.
Here is what I used for my slightly adapted version of the recipe:
– dash of olive oil
– 1 red onion, chopped
– 2 cloves garlic, chopped
– 1 tablespoon cumin
– 1 teaspoon oregano
– black pepper to season
– 1 tin chopped toms
– 300g black beans
– 2 veg stock cubes
– 1 green chilli, finely chopped
What I did:
– Start by heating the oil and adding the onions, garlic and cumin until soft.
– Once softened add the rest of the ingredients and simmer gradually for 30mins.
– Depending on whether you like a smooth or chunky soup, use a hand blender to finish off the soup and voila, it’s done!
I topped mine with some rocket but the recipe on the website has loads of tasty suggestions.
The only down side was that the beans needed to be soaked in water for eight to 12 hours before you could cook them – but in my opinion it was definitely worth it.
Happy meat free Monday! If you have any vegetarian recipes you think I should try comment below and I’ll give them a go.
3 thoughts on “Spicy black bean soup”
Black bean soup is lovely with dark chocolate and chilli 🙂
I love black bean soup! Great for the winter months 🙂
That looks good! i’m going to have to try it. I love black bean soup and it’s been awhile since I had it.