Spicy Chipotle Tomato Soup – Creamy & Delicious Lunch Recipe

This is my super yummy spicy Chipotle soup recipe, I adore making this on a cold winter’s day, the kind of day you can just laze around and watch some favourite movies, I love to serve mine with a wholemeal pitta bread and some chai tea! The wonderful flavours in this soup will warm your heart and soul. So grab some tomatoes, get them roasted and enjoy a relaxing lunch

How much do you love a snow day? What do you get up to?

Why not try my garlic and black pepper wraps to go with your soup?

Why not try pairing this with my garlic and black pepper wraps?

Check out my video or have a look at the recipe below

Recipe

Ingredients:

15 tomatoes

3 peppers

Bulb of garlic

200g Greek yoghurt

2 tsps Chipotle paste

Salt & Pepper

Sriracha – As much as your heart desires

Method

Roast the tomatoes, peppers and garlic until soft and the peppers have charring

Once the roasted tomatoes, peppers and garlic has cooled blitz up until smooth

Add this smooth mixture to a pan, add in Greek yoghurt, Chipotle paste, salt, pepper and sriracha

Stir until all ingredients are combined

Heat through

Serve and enjoy

Thank you very much for taking time out of your busy day to watch my video! I am eternally grateful and I would love to see you here again! I hope you have an amazing day! xxxx

Published by empowerviahealth

I believe in the empowerment of women through looking after the mind, body, and spirit. I am an advocate for pushing equality, women's rights, and choice for all women! Together we are stronger, together we can change the world!

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