SOUP PASTA – VEGAN

This are my kids comfort food, they love it, they love everything that involving pasta. Also they loved anything with broth, but I don’t want to bored them, with my basic soup. So here they are, PASTA, and the good thing is, pasta have a lot of cute shape and colour, so just easy to attract them finishing their meal.

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Since they are not really into meat or fish, I have to think what to cooked for them, almost everyday. For me personally, as long as I have a chilli, I have no problem to play in the kitchen, but my kids, they are quite demanding on what they want to eat (with vegetable *yeah roll eyes).

I cook my soup with a lot of garlic, I know that garlic are good for health, so I want my kids stay healthy during this cold weather (it is so sad when I saw they are getting sick). Also I keep everything simple for this soup, since I notice that my kids tend to love simple and clean taste of food, only several food with intense flavour they do devour.

SO today, I am focusing on family meal, simple one.

Shall we? 😉

SOUP PASTA

SERVE 3 portion

INGREDIENT

  • 5 garlic clove, crush it
  • 2 carrot, slice it in chunk
  • 2 celery stalk, slice it in 3-4cm long
  • 8-10 green bean, slice it 3-4cm long
  • 100 gram of cooked sweet corn
  • handfull of pasta, choose the shape of your preference
  • 1 stalk of celery leafs, you can slice it or just leave it whole
  • 500ml vegetable stock
  • 500ml water
  • 2 tsp sea salt
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp white pepper

HOW TO

  1. In medium size pot and medium high heat, put inside the vegetable stock, carrot, water and garlic, then let them boiled.
  2. After it boiled, season with sea salt, sugar and white pepper (give it a taste and adjust it if necessary, according your preference).
  3. After the taste are perfect, put inside the pasta and sweet corn, continue boiled until the pasta are half cooked.
  4. After the pasta are half cooked, put inside the green bean, celery stalk, and celery leaf. Cooked until the green been just change in a colour to maintain the taste and texture. Then taking it out from the heat.
  5. Ready to serve, I serve mine with sprinkle of dried parsley.

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