Raw food can be comforting in the autumn period of the year. This raw soup is made of fresh orange bell pepper, cashew cream and water as main ingredients. It is very healthy and also high in vitamins C and A, as well as in beta carotene. It’s slightly tangy and mild and just slightly spicy, and it’s one of my healthy satisfying options that I often return to.
Would warmly recommend it to anyone who wants to consume something with the lovely addictive taste of fresh paprika or just wants a delicious appetizer, or anyone who is on a fasting regime. I have tried to make this soup with less cashew cream and it tasted good too, and the good side of that option is that it is much lower in calories, which makes it sustainable for low calorie diets.
To get a lovely creamy consistency it is necessary to use a high-speed blender. The longer you mix it – the creamier consistency becomes.
This autumn raw soup should be served fresh right after preparation and decorated with some raw cashew cream on top.