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Vegan curried white cabbage & pumpkin soup

Yesterday, I made this lovely home-made soup. I still had 1/2 white cabbage in my fridge & had some pumpkin to use up. I wanted to make a nourishing soup that filled me up. So, I invented this tasty soup. I made a batch & froze the rest in my freezer for later enjoyment! It is great on its own or with a good slice of bread & some vegan butter! Yum!

A vegan spiced white cabbage & pumpkin soup!

Recipe: For 6 to 8 hungry persons


400 gr of peeled pumpkin, seeds & treads removed, cut into bite sized chunks ( weighted when cut up into chunks )

850 gr of white cabbage, thick stems removed, cleaned & cut into thicker strips ( weighted when cut into thicker strips )

1 big white onion, peeled & cut up finely

3 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & cut up finely

1 large potato, peeled & cut up into smaller chunks

2 liter of a good hot vegan & gluten-free vegetable stock

3 dried  bay leaves

a fruity evoo

some vegan baking margarine

2 teaspoons of hot curry powder/ I use Sharwood’s.

Hot curry powder


1. Take a steam-cooker pot with fitting lid. Heat up on medium high. Pour a swirl of a fruity evoo in it & heat up. When hot & sizzling, add cut up onion & garlic pieces. Fry for a few minutes. Add hot curry power & stir often. Now, add pumpkin & potato cubes. Add a knob of baking margarine & let it fry a few minutes. Adjust the heat, if you need to.  Add white cabbage strips & 3 dried bay leaves. Pour hot vegan stock all over the veggies. Stir everything well around in the pot & bring to the boil. When boiling, place the fitting lid in place. Let it cook on a high fire for about 8 minutes or until the valve of the pot is sizzling very hard for several minutes & the valve wants to set the steam free. Turn the heat off. Now, carefully, set the steam free, by opening the valve with a large wooden spoon. Don’t come near the pot until there is no steam left. Open the  fitting lid & remove it. Remove the 3 dried bay leaves. Taste the soup! You can really taste the white cabbage, the pumpkin cubes & the curry powder. It is strong but not too strong. You can taste the flavour of the hot curry powder, at the end of your throat. It is a soothing hot tasty soup.

2. I poured 1/3 of the soup into my Vitamix to blend it completely smooth. If you do not have that, take 1/3 of the soup apart, in a large bowl & mix, purée it until completely smooth. Pour this part of the soup, back to the original soup & stir with a large spoon. Now, you have a thicker soup with still 2/3 of the veggies loose in your soup. You still see parts of the soup floating around & that’s what you want!

3. Laddle your soup with your unmixed veggies too, into lovely soup bowls & enjoy instantly, with a slice of good bread & some vegan butter! Enjoy! 🙂 MMM!

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

32 thoughts on “Vegan curried white cabbage & pumpkin soup

  1. Soups would be so good for you right now. We’re having fairly hot weather so we’re more into salads at the moment but I’ll have to save this recipe for our cooler months because cabbage and pumpkin soup sounds so delicious xx

    1. Yep, it is nearly wintertime over here so we need tasty & comforting nourishing soups like this one! 🙂 xxx

  2. Yum! Sounds comforting, warming, and soothing! A nice pop of curry powder must make it so nice!!

  3. This looks delicious Sophie. Love the addition of cabbage. Will bookmark it for the cooler weather – it’s boiling hot here today!

    1. No, it was a pumpkin. We can buy pumpkins a whole lot of pumpkins around here in Fall time! In supermarkets, in organic shops, at a farm, etc!

  4. I’ve not tried cabbage & pumpkin…thx for the yummy suggestion!

  5. YUM, Sophie..this soup looks so creamy and luscious..-perfect for a cold Winter night! I love the pieces of cabbage in it..especially the way it looks in the photo!

  6. The soup sounds and looks good…especially now that the weather is quite cold here.
    Hope you are having a great week Sophie 🙂

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