curried sweet potato soup

Curried Sweet Potato Soup / loveandlemons.com

Thank you all so much for the sweet birthday wishes yesterday. I had a great day, although today is even better because the sun is shining for the first time in 3 days.. (I know, I’m so spoiled living where I do). Dreary weather just gets me so down…

Curried Sweet Potato Soup / loveandlemons.com

But it takes a few gloomy days to feel grateful for the gorgeous days… and if it weren’t for the occasional grey sky, I probably wouldn’t make as much soup as I do.

We’ve been eating this one all week. It’s so hearty, warming and surprisingly easy. We’ve got just over a month of winter left to go (in our world), and I’m pretty sure this recipe will help get us through it…

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Tomato coconut shrimp curry

I feel funny posting this one because I know a decent amount of you readers are from London. I’ll let you know that the last time I was in London I ate my weight in curries. And when I came home from that trip I didn’t step foot into an Indian restaurant for at least a year. I knew that the local places I once frequented just wouldn’t compare. (This kind of all-or-nothing behavior drives Jack absolutely up the wall). However, I did take to making more Indian-inspired dishes at home.

A few nights ago I had some leftover coconut milk that I wanted to use up. And I had this yogurt sauce leftover (from yesterday’s post). So coconut curry it was…. made up entirely of ingredients that I already had in my kitchen (always love when that happens).

If you’re not into shrimp, feel free to use tofu, chickpeas and whatever combination of vegetables you like. The sauce here is super versatile, and really delicious with the cilantro-yogurt sauce. I realize the ingredient list looks long here, but once you just measure out the spices, the rest comes together rather quickly.

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