Kale Chicken Curry Soup It's Homemade Perfection

We love homemade soups! It has been one of my greatest cooking delights to discover how delicious, simple and nutritious homemade soups are to make! This Kale Chicken Curry Soup is the best!

Kale Chicken Curry Soup by CarolinaMama

My amazing mom cooked everything homemade. She made stews, meals :) soups, all of it. If you love soup, I want to challenge you to make your own and see how simple and delicious it is! You'll love it and I'll warn you, you'll never buy boxed or canned soups again! 

When I fell in love with Kale, (Yes! I just said that!) I loved making simple Kale chips. Then, a friend taught me just how simple it is to make an incredible Kale salad. "Massaging Kale" is really true. It's fast and effective. Truly, it reminds me of good ole Southern cooking! Nothing replaces mixing with clean, bare hands. 😂

Look it is awesome on the go! Yes, this is my to-go mug some days. It works!

Seriously, I sip coffee in the car. So, yes, a delicious homemade Kale Chicken Curry Soup in a mug! 
No microwave, please! We chose to be microwave free three years ago! I meant, if we can't stand near a microwave while pregnant, why do we any other day? :) We had already converted to air-popped popcorn. If you have questions, let me know! You can do it! It's so awesome! 

Here's the soup! Yes, just heat on the stove and enjoy the next day or two. This doesn't last
long at our home. 

CarolinaMama Carline To-Go Homemade Soup

Kale Chicken Curry Soup by Carolina Mama 

2-3 T. Coconut Oil
1 onion diced
4-5 cloves of garlic, chopped
3 chicken breasts cooked and cubed
3-4 chicken sausage (your fav-we like Italian or jalapeno breakfast)
4-5 red potatoes thinly sliced, cooked (baked or boiled and cooled)
2 T. Curry Powder
salt, pepper, cayenne, oregano to taste
3-5 c. Kale chopped (or Spinach if you've not fallen in love with Kale)

Over medium heat, saute´onion and garlic in coconut oil for a few minutes. Quick sear chicken or sausage. Stir in seasonings from the end of the ingredient list. Slowly pour chicken stock and coconut milk/cream. Stir gently a couple of times. Add potatoes and simmer for 30 minutes. Do not overcook or boil the soup. :) Finally, turn off the heat, drop the kale into the soup and let it wilt with a lid on for 10 minutes. Then, serve and enjoy!

Cooking is all about love and patience, low and slow. Put your heart into it. When you stop and listen, the food connects with you and lets you know what to do next. This is when you love cooking and enjoy the beauty and bounty of your reward.

Kale Chicken Curry Soup is perfect to share with friends or if someone is feeling under the weather. This is amazing left over, too! Fall, we are ready for you!

Warmly, Carolina Mama

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