Potato + Lentil Red Curry Soup Recipe!

This recipe is one of my favorites and has made its way to my website after a ton of requests after posting a shot on my Instagram story.

I love making this soup at the beginning of the week and storing it in little jars to grab and eat when I’m cracked after training or running out the door to the gym. It’s super filling and so satisfying. I use white potatoes and red lentils.

The white potatoes make it super creamy so if you’re not a huge fan of coconut milk you can still get the same consistency by going light on the coco.

I hope you enjoy!

Ingredients:

  • oil
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Red curry paste, amount depending on desired spiciness (I use one full jar of Thai Kitchen Red Curry paste)
  • 6 cups home made bone broth or store bought broth
  • 2-3 russet potatoes
  • 2 cups red lentils
  • 1 can coconut milk

Instructions:

Cook the onion in the bottom of the pan until soft.

Add the garlic and red curry paste, stirring to release the aroma.

Add broth, potatoes, lentils and bring mixture to a boil.

Once boiling, reduce flame to a simmer and cover for 20 minutes, until potatoes are tender.

Add coconut milk and heat through.

Stir with an immersion blender if desired, or enjoy chunky! Enjoy!!!

Ellen Takes Second at Hamme DVV Trofee on Sunday

After two weekends in Europe, Ellen has settled in and is racing in top form. This weekend, she proved that she is one of the world’s best in cyclocross, racing to second place at the DVV Trofee at Flandriencross in Hamme, Belgium, finishing six seconds behind World Champion Sanne Cant and ahead of two-time World Cup Series Champion and U.S. Cyclocross National Champion Katie Compton. In addition to her breakthrough performance, VeloNews noted that Noble stole the show as the only rider to cleanly ride the tire barrier on the opening lap.

After an amazing start, Ellen Noble was racing in the top five during the muddy slog at the Zeven World Cup when a mechanical forced her to run to the pit. She recovered to finish 18th.

Next up is Hasselt, followed by Essen and Overijse.

Read about the past weekend’s races here: