Creamy ginger soup

We are now in December and Christmas is getting closer! So no more talk and we let’s continue with our proposals for Christmas dinner 😉 .

Since you do not need to have a fat and heavy dinner to celebrate, we have chosen a first course light and sparkling: a creamy ginger soup 🙂 .

zuppa zenzeroThanks to the ginger, the creamy will also help you digest, effect particularly useful because of lunches, dinners and snacks typical of Christmas holidays 😉 !

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Creamy ginger soup

Cuisine Egg free, Gluten free, Vegetarian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 6 people
Difficulty Easy


  • 8 carrots
  • 5 onions
  • 1 bell pepper preferably yellow
  • 100 g of ginger
  • 150 ml of cream
  • 1 liter of vegetable broth
  • 2 teaspoons potato starch optional
  • 1 pinch of red pepper habanero
  • 10-15 seed of Sichuan's pepper you can replace it with green pepper
  • butter for frying


  1. Dice the onion and brown in butter.
  2. Then dice carrots, peppers and ginger and add them to the soup.
  3. Pour the broth to cover the vegetables, bring to a boil and cook over low heat until the vegetables are tender. While cooking the soup, add the chili pepper.
  4. When the vegetables are ready, cream them with an immersion blender. If the soup is too liquid you'll need to add some potato starch. To avoid the forming of lumps: place the starch in a bowl, add a few spoonfuls of soup, mix well and add it back into the soup.
  5. Add the cream to the soup, adjust salt then add the crushed Sichuan pepper. Bring the soup to a boil to thicken slightly.
  6. Serve the ginger soup hot, preferably accompanied by fragrant wholemeal bread 🙂 .


Rose pepper of Sichuan

pepe sichuan

The Sichuan pepper has a very particular taste, less spicy then black pepper and with a lemon aftertaste. It goes particularly well with ginger and anise star. You should lightly toast the berries before using them, and add them only at the end of preparation.

Consumed in large amounts, it causes a slight numbness of the lips and tongue, as if they were crossed by a small electric shock. The spice is widely used in Asia, especially in the region of Sichuan, both for salted dished and for sweets and biscuits.

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