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Cream of broccoli soup with coconut milk
The cream of broccoli soup with coconut milk is delicious with crunchy toasted slices of bread.
Ingredients for the cream of broccoli soup with coconut milk
1 head of broccoli
2 spring onions
1 spoonful of oil
1 cut of coconut milk
Clean the head of broccoli and cut it into chunks. Put oil in a high-sided pan and sautée the spring onions previously cut into chunks without burning them. Add the broccoli, cover them with water and cook for about 10 minutes, until the broccoli are well cooked.
Blend the soup with a blender so to form a cream. Season with salt and pepper.
Add the coconut milk and cook for about 5 minutes more. Sprinkle with nutmeg and serve the soup warm with crunchy bread previously toasted with oil, salt and pepper.
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