Golden Potato & Bok Choy Soup

by Cynthe on December 9, 2012

golden yellow potato bok choy soup

Soup’s on!

Now in early December, temperatures are nippy outside though we haven’t been hit by ‘hard freeze’ Arctic blasts, yet. A month into natural daylight time, the days are MUCH too short, sending my hubby and me into semi-hiberation mode. Semi-hibernation = Staying indoors too much, getting sleepy mid-afternoon, and tired too early in the evening (almost as soon as it gets dark) for a gal who wants to do creative projects.

Don’t have extra energy for involved cooking, so making a nutritious easy soup for dinner is a good wintertime dinner alternative. Put this golden potato, baby bok choy soup together last week. Very easy and yummy. Made a large pot full and we ate it for several days:

Golden Potato & Bok Choy Soup Recipe

2-3 Tablespoons organic Virgin Olive Oil
3 fat cloves of Garlic minced
1 large white Onion, sliced and then cut in thirds
1/2 lb brown Crimini Mushrooms, washed drained, sliced

3 Rapunzel brand organic Vegan Bouillon Cubes with Sea Salt
4 cups of filtered Water
5 Golden Potatoes (Yukon Gold, etc.)
2 stalks organic Celery, washed, trimmed, and sliced
2 large or several small organic Sweet Red & Yellow Peppers, diced large
2 medium heads of organic Bok Choy, washed and sliced


~ In a deep soup pot, saute onions, garlic and mushrooms for 5-8 minutes until tender translucent. You may cook them until caramelized if you wish.
~ Add filtered water, bouillon cubes, and potatoes.
~ Cook at a gentle boil for 10-15 minutes until the potatoes are tender, but not falling apart.
~ Add celery, sweet peppers, and bok choy.
~ Bring back to a gentle boil. Turn off heat and let sit for 10 minutes to cool down while cooking the crunchy veggies gently.

OPTIONAL: Add fresh diced ginger or fresh herbs like rosemary, sage or lemon thyme to your taste.

Salting to taste with organic Braggs Aminos or Tamari / Grated sharp organic Cheddar Cheese. A green salad and chewy bread would fill family and friends who want a larger meal.

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