On a chilly winter’s night there’s nothing quite like a pot of hearty soup simmering on the stove to warm your body and soul…
This is a flavor-packed and aromatic paleo entrée soup I think you’re really going love from the very first steaming spoonful.
Meaty and robust, this is one of those must-have cold-weather crushers that will warm you right up.
Plus, it’s super-easy to make! Spend just a few minutes peeling and chopping, and this one can go from stovetop to soup bowl in about 30 minutes.
The spicy sausage adds a little Italian flair to the soup. Make yours with pork or turkey sausage – I used a package of ground Italian turkey that was on sale.
There’s a little bacon in this one too just to add some savory smokey flavor and more depth to the soup.
And what soup would be complete without some earthy goodness – this one includes chopped white sweet potatoes, carrots and spinach, all simmered to just the right tenderness.
There you have it – a complete paleo meal in your bowl. No need for sides. There’s plenty of yummy to fill your tummy in this soup.
By they way, you’ll see I added a little extra heat with some cayenne pepper. You can leave it out or add more – that’s entirely up to you. I used 1/2 tsp which upped the spiciness just enough for me.
Note too, the coconut milk doesn’t make the soup thick – it’s there to add just a little extra richness.
And as far as the broth, you can use either organic chicken broth or your own homemade chicken stock, either way the end result will be a very savory and satisfying soup.
Give this easy paleo recipe a try when you’re looking for hearty comfort food to beat back the cold of winter. Enjoy!