- 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
- 1 onion (chopped)
- 1 clove garlic (mashed)
- 1 pinch chili powder
- 1 cauliflower
- 2 leeks
- 4 cups water
- 1 lemon juice
- fresh thyme
- sea salt
- roasted almonds (roughly sliced)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Margaret Groller 21 Jan
Ok not much flavor. Hoping the toasted almonds help.
Arohi S. 20 Jan
Such an easy recipe to follow with the tastiest results. The toasted almonds add delightful smoke and texture to the soup. I keep coming back to this recipe!
Kalpana Wainright 10 Jan
The soup was awesome. It’s all gone. Definitely will be making it again. Thanks,
Laura 7 Oct 2018
I loved this recipe! Because I have carnivores in my household, I added some Italian sausage to the soup and it was delicious! I love how creamy it is without any dairy. The lemon juice gave me pause but it adds a nice, unexpected lightness to the soup.
Steph 4 Aug 2018
Thick, filling and super tasty
João 2 Aug 2018
A bit too lemony, will add less next time. I also did not add thyme.
Stefanie A. 10 Mar 2018
Terrible, very bitter from the leeks and lacks flavour. The almonds do not go at all with this recipe either.
Stef 4 Mar 2018
Alright, was a little bitter
CJ 25 Jan 2018
Yummy! Would modify needs more flavor
Martina Tina 21 Nov 2017
It was very bland. It tasted more like over cooked cauliflower. We have to add lots of spice.
Amy Dakos 19 Oct 2017
Made it for the family as I’m not big on “onion-y” flavor. But, I liked it! The leeks ended up mild with a bit of a celery taste.
Beca 13 Oct 2017
Loved it! Creamy, healthy and delicious!
barb o. 10 Oct 2017
We weren't all that fond of this. It certainly wasn't a substitute for potato leek soup. In addition the lemon gave it a citrus flavor that didn't work well with the cauliflower. I won't make this again.
Jamie B. 21 Aug 2017
It wasn't bad, but not my favorite. As another reviewer suggested, I used veggie stock instead of some of the water. I would make it again if I had some leeks I needed to use up, but I think I'd adjust it to make it a bit creamier, Maybe add in some potatoes or cashews to purée with it?
Alecia A. 21 Jul 2017
Great way to get rid of your leeks and cauliflower before they turn. I used a red onion, I would use a white onion instead.
Me 18 Jul 2017
Very good. Used 3 garlic and vege stock instead of water.
Angy T 20 Jun 2017
I really liked this! My husband and daughter who's 11 liked it too! It was creamy and tasty. The only thing was in the directions it said to add half of the thyme, almonds, salt and pepper, but there was no amount listed. so that was a bit unclear. I like it all explained in exact amounts to me, however this was really good!!!
Katerina Karalis 23 Oct 2016
Brought it to a potluck dinner and everyone loved it. Especially the toasted pumpkin seeds. Will do again!
Jan S. 1 Oct 2016
Ok....maybe I did something wrong but I found it erred slightly too much on the leek side and was a bit bland. I added coconut milk and ground coriander seed and gave it a Thai flavour.
Caitlin Rozman 30 Mar 2016
Lovely summer soup, wonderful for an afternoon lunch or outdoor dinner party. Nutty and bright and super easy. Will absolutely make this again!
David Gutierrez 21 Feb 2016
I really loved this soup. The combination of the leeks and cauliflower was fantastic! I would definitely make this soup again.
Lynnette B. 18 Feb 2016
Great - added cr of mushrm soup, 1/2 c sour cr, white wine, chicken sausage, kept all liquid, less lemon
LexyOpo 8 Dec 2015
This is easy and yummy!! My 2 year old even loved it AND was able to help me make it!! Great for a quick winter dinner!