Roasted Garlic Soup, Shallots & Mushrooms

This hearty soup is deliciously rich and mellow. A comfort food for everyone, the secrets to its delicious flavor and high-nutrition profile are Roasted Garlic and Bone BrothCommercial broth can’t compare, as it’s made in huge vats with sweeteners and flavor chemical additives. I suggest my Bone Broth or Easy Pressure-Cooker Bone Broth. Both are simple, especially the pressure-cooker version. Try my easy Roasted Garlic recipe. It’s aluminum-free!  If you make-ahead and freeze the broth, then garlic soup is a snap to make! This soup tastes deeply nourishing with Paleo Irish Soda Bread

Bone Broth made from bone marrow will build YOUR bone marrow. That’s the spongy tissue deep inside your bones that builds stem cells and healthy blood. It takes 2 to 6 weeks to build a stem cell in your bone marrow. These cells are essential to support all your healthy tissues, joints, organs, as well as the immune system. Bone broth is very easy to digest and even more important for people with gluten-intolerance or gastro-intestinal issues.

Roasted Garlic is sweet, soft, and spreadable. It pairs beautifully with bone broth. Another renowned superfood, research shows that garlic can lower cholesterol, ease hypertension, fight cancer, and boost the immune system with powerful antioxidant and anti-microbial properties. For a non-toxic way to roast garlic, check out my easy recipe: Roasted Garlic Aluminum-free. This soup serves 4.


My superfood lunch today: Roasted Garlic Soup and Paleo Irish Soda Bread. Yum!

Roasted Garlic Soup, Shallots & Mushrooms




    Garlic Puree:
  1. In any blender, liquefy the roasted garlic in 1 cup broth until it is a creamy potage. Pour into a medium saucepan.
  2. Sauté and Heat Soup:
  3. In a medium skillet, melt 1 tablespoon oil. Sauté the shallots and onions until transparent but not caramelized. Put the cooked shallots and onions into the saucepan with the garlic puree.
  4. Melt 1 tablespoon oil in the same skillet, and sauté the mushrooms until they are tender. Add them to the saucepan. Add to the saucepan the nutritional yeast, herbs, lemon juice, and salt to taste. Add bone broth, bring soup barely to a boil, and turn to simmer.
  5. To thicken, whisk together the arrowroot flour and coconut milk. Add to the soup, a bring just barely to a simmer, stirring to allow the arrowroot to thicken the soup. (Over-boiling might cause the coconut milk to separate.). Season to taste and enjoy with your favorite Paleo Bread.

“Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.” Ludwig van Beethoven