Carrot-Matzo Soup



The Vegan Stoner's Carrot-Matzo Soup

34 comments:

The PvdH Journal said...

this looks so good. pinned!

MIke said...

I've never been a big fan of Matzo balls...maybe you guys will make me change my mind???

Raina's mom said...

This is great but it's going to be 105 degrees today in DC. More summer recipes please :)

One Stiletto At A Time said...

Sounds yummy :)

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Jenny @ BAKE said...

This sauce sounds incredible! I'm allergic to tomatoes so I'm always looking for curry sauce bases that don't contain them, I can't wait to surprise my other half with this!

Sophie @ happyspinach said...

Not being Jewish, I've never cooked with Matzo meal. I've been wanting to give it a go, as a sort of culinary challenge, and I believe I have just found the perfect recipe!

iurrutia said...

Just discovered this blog. It is amazing! The pictures are so cute! Love, love, love.

Marie-Anne Hudson said...

I just wanted to let you know that I nominated your blog for a Food Stories Award (http://foodstoriesblog.com/food-stories-award/). I was nominated myself - the deal is that all nominees have to present 5 blogs that they like, and I chose yours (you can see my post here - I hope you like it: http://onelilvegan.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/who-me/).

You guys rock :) I'm totally obsessed with matzo balls so I'm making this recipe tonight! What an awesome idea.

Clean.eating.2012 said...

Your blog is adorable.

The Nerd Girly said...

Just made this and it is super delicious, the soup is rich and undeniably satisfying. unfortunately i couldn't find matzo mix and had to pass that up but the soup itself is great.

TheNerdGirly
www.thenerdgirly.com

Cadry said...

So much cuteness! Love your blog!

Littledessert - Recept och Webbshop said...

Yum Yum! (:

leandripretorius said...

This is a awesome blog! Will be following your posts closely :)

Anonymous said...

Just came across this blog in a vegan facebook group and i'm so much more excited for my life to continue.

Jeane M. said...

Hmm.. I can't wait to get my hand on the kitchen preparing this one. Looks like I've stumbled my to-be-one-of-my comfort foods in here. Got my eye on your next posts.

Rob Johnson said...

Looks awesome, thanks for this! Great food sensory !

Anonymous said...

Great! I didn't make the matzo balls but added pre-made (hot) fallafel balls, that was just delicious
Anna from Haarlem, Netherlands

Anonymous said...

Double this recipe when you make it. You can thank me later!

Debby Sunshine said...

Excellent! Happy holidays!!

Anonymous said...

i just made this soup last night.. tweaked some things (as i always do with recipes): doubled the number of matzo balls and added some ginger. it was my first attempt at matzo and i think it was a huge success. great recipe! going to make it for family thanksgiving i think.

nicole hageman said...

more recipes pleaseeee!! :) yum!!!

Kathryn said...

This is delicious! My boyfriend and I made this 2 nights in a row. We love you, Vegan Stoner! You da best.

Nat Kubo said...

Too stoned

Julie said...

Tasted great, but wasn't a nice presentation. I might double the sauce and use a larger pot next time.

Anonymous said...

I have tried to make the matzo balls and they fall completely apart in the soup. I would love to make these for my vegan granddaughter. Any suggestions?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous. Matzo balls can be fragile. If you're having trouble keeping them together, we recommend using a lower heat and/or not cooking them for as long. You can also add flour to the matzo mix before cooking them.

Anonymous said...

I also recommend doubling the recipe, but keep the same # of matzo balls. My matzo balls also fell apart, maybe chilling for only 30 min wasn't enough before adding them to the soup? Great flavor though!

jim smith said...

Unfortunately i couldn't find matzo mix and had to pass that up but the soup itself is great.
Restaurant La Verne

Erin Carpenter said...

So... I made this for me & my friends' first Passover dinner and the balls kinda just fell apart when they were supposed to be cooking. I'm so sad. But I'm looking forward to the actual soup. Any suggestions for next year?

Dr. Rae for The Baum Group said...

Fabulous, thank you

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Erin,

Sorry to hear this didn't work out for you. We are thinking of changing the instructions a little.

Try adding the soup in the pot first, then gently placing the matzo balls in the pot. Also, try cooking the soup on low heat and try to prevent the soup from boiling or bubbling heavily.

Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

My family and I are trying to go vegan, and I believe that your blog will really help us! You post fabulous recipes that look delicious. Keep it up, I love this blog!!!

Anonymous said...

Just made this & duper yum! But i used a matzo ball mix & followed the directions by boiling the balls in H2O first. Nice & puffy.

Gael Blanchemain said...

You guys inspired me to make a sweet potato version of your soup (i only had 50% of the ingredients). It was awesome, thanks!

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