Raw Vegan Soup – Coconut Ceviche Sopa
This is one of the most unique raw vegan soup recipes I have come across in awhile. This raw vegan soup recipe uses spicy jalepenos, limes, and young coconut meat to mimick the flavor and consistency of ceviche, a traditional Mexican raw seafood dish.
Coconut “Ceviche Sopa”
Donated by Stacey Jackson aka “The Fruitista”
Water of 3 young Thai coconuts
2 celery stalks
Juice of 3 Key limes (or 1 regular lime)
1/8 jalapeno chopped
1 garlic clove chopped
Blend all of the ingredients together in a blender until smooth. Let the mixture sit (do not strain right away) for at least 1 hour. Then strain the mixture through a nut bag or mesh sift. You can discard the pulp or save it to make spicy flax crackers.
Coconut “Ceviche” Ingredients
Meat of 2 young Thai coconuts chopped
1/2 cup red cherry tomatoes quartered
1/2 cup yellow cherry tomatoes quartered
1 cup cucumber chopped
1 cup radish chopped
1 carrot chopped
1 shallot diced
Juice from 10 Key limes (or 3-4 regular limes)
3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro leaves
2 tablespoons diced jalapeño (about 5+ large jalapenos)
Salt and pepper to taste
Mix all ingredients in a bowl and then pour the strained “sopa” broth over the mock ceviche. You can serve it immediately or let the flavors continue to marinate overnight. Enjoy!
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