Vegan African Peanut Soup

You will be pleasantly surprised with this recipe! This Vegan African Peanut Soup is hearty and incredibly delicious. This flavorful soup has a creamy mixture of peanut butter, tomato and spinach. It’s tasty, healthy, and simply awesome!

Most people love soup. You know that glorious taste bursting with both flavor and nutrients. Not to mention the delightful aroma you will inhale that will make you feel better and the warmness that will cause you to break out in sweat. These are most likely to happen when you eat soup. It’s irresistible because of its delicious combination of ingredients. And did you know you can give them more flavor and nutrition by adding peanut butter? Just like how this recipe is made.

Take a taste of Africa with this recipe. This is brimming with peanut flavor which is incredible. You will find strained tomatoes, chili pepper, ginger root, sweet potato, peanut butter and brown rice in this bowl. This version is so much healthier. It’s packed with sweetness of sweet potato and buttery flavor from the peanut butter. This recipe has all the characteristics – flavor, appearance, texture.

how to make vegan african peanut soupWhen you decide to have that luscious-looking soup, the first few bites are going to be pretty tasty. After a few minutes, you will find that it has a very intense and pleasant taste in the mouth. It’s an easy vegan meal you can share with your family and friends.

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Genoveva Doe via Facebook says

Mnnnnn Tawania Reggler!!

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Jackie Oxley via Facebook says

Sounds and looks amazing!

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Wally Warrick via Facebook says

Kimberly Schaub Warrick

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Emma Coombes via Facebook says

Lost in translation – what are strained tomatoes? Fresh tomatoes that I strain myself or canned puréed/diced/whole/etc tomatoes?

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Ksort via Facebook says

Wow, this is such a beauty 😉

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