Vegetable Dumpling Soup

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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 6
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 433.8
  • Total Fat: 15.8 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 2,520.1 mg
  • Total Carbs: 63.0 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 9.0 g
  • Protein: 11.3 g

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Our favorite vegetable dumpling soup recipe! Our favorite vegetable dumpling soup recipe!
Number of Servings: 6


    2 cup Wheat flour, white, all-purpose, unenriched
    2 tsp Baking Powder
    2 tsp Pink Himalayan Sea Salt (Evolution Salt Co) (by TAMMAGDALENO)
    4 tbsp Coconut Milk (Silk)
    1.66 cup Canned Goods: Thai Kitchen Organic Coconut Milk (13.66 oz can)
    2 serving Onions, yellow sauteed 1 cup
    8 stalks Celery, cooked
    6 carrot Carrots, cooked
    8 clove Garlic
    1.5 cup pieces Mushrooms, cooked
    3 cup Spinach, fresh
    455 gram(s) Beans, Canned Navy Beans, Bush's (1/2c = 130g, 3.5 serv per 16 oz can)
    12 cup Vegetable Broth


Make the dumpling dough: In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt. Use a spoon or spatula to make a well in the center and pour in the canned coconut milk (or melted vegan butter/oil) and warm water. Mix well until a sticky dough forms. If it wonít come together, add a bit more warm water. If itís really sloshy and wet, sprinkle in a bit more flour. This is a pretty forgiving dough. When itís thick and somewhat sticky, cover it with a kitchen towel and set it aside.
Saute the veggies: Heat a large, wide pot over medium high heat. If you donít like to cook with oil like me, add your onions, carrots, celery, and a few tablespoons of water to the pot and saute for 3-4 minutes until the onions are translucent (you can of course use oil if you prefer). Add water a splash at a time if the veggies start to stick. Now add the garlic and saute for another minute. Add the spices after that and stir them constantly for just a minute, until fragrant.
Bring to a boil: Now add the mushrooms, broth, any extra water, and the beans and bring everything to boil. Unless youíre using harder veggies like potatoes that are not very finely sliced (like the carrots and celery), you should be ready for the next step.
Make and add the dumplings: Using a spoon (I like to use a smaller spoon), grab a small amount of dumpling dough. Keep in mind they will puff up, so grab less than you think you need. The perfect size for me was about 2 - 2 Ĺ teaspoons of dough. Push it off your spoon carefully into the broth. Itís ok to dip your spoon into the liquid to coax it off. Repeat with the rest of the dough, giving the dumplings a little breathing room in the pot. Itís OK if they touch after 30 seconds or so, but in that initial dunk they can stick a little, so just give them a little time.
Simmer: Simmer the dumplings on medium high heat for about 10-12 minutes. If your dumplings are bigger, theyíll need a little longer to cook. Remove one, cut it in half, and give it a taste. Try not to overcook your dumplings, as they may become hard.
Add the spinach and coconut milk: If your dumplings are ready, stir in the baby spinach and then the coconut milk until the spinach has wilted and the soup is nice and creamy. Remove from heat and serve. Enjoy! I like to grind a little black pepper on top and sprinkle on a little fresh parsley.
Store: To store the vegan stew and dumplings: I recommend removing the dumplings from the soup and storing them separately. This will keep them from getting as hard. When you reheat, you can combine them in your bowl and microwave them or heat in a small saucepan on the stovetop (on medium low) until desired temperature is reached.

Serving Size: Split into 6 or more servings!

Number of Servings: 6

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user SAFISTAR44.

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