Dining alone? This easy-to-make “soup for one” will keep you from giving in to another instant microwaved meal or ordering expensive takeout. It comes together quickly, clean-up is a breeze and you’ll feel good knowing you’re eating fresh, whole food instead of something that came from a can.
Roasting is a quick and easy cooking method that enhances the flavor of fresh vegetables. Surprisingly, it’s also a great way to start a healthy soup! Pop some cauliflower in the oven, then sit back and relax. In 30 minutes, combine your roasted florets with some garlic, leeks and chicken stock in a food processor. The smooth and creamy results go straight to your bowl—no stovetop step required!
No need to let a pot simmer on the stove for hours to fix that cold-weather chili craving. This healthy dish takes just about 30 minutes, calling for a simple combination of fresh, frozen and canned ingredients. Chickpeas and shrimp are added to the mix for a hearty, protein-packed chili with subtle seafood flavor.
Going green takes on new meaning with this simple, satisfying soup. Lightly steamed veggies, fresh herbs and a hint of your favorite healthy oil are pureed to a creamy consistency, then served warm or chilled for a revitalizing, nutrient-packed — and visually stunning — meal.
Craving a bowl of savory potato soup but don’t want all the calories and fat that comes with it? Stir up Creamy Cauliflower Soup, instead. This 30-minute meal gets its creaminess from the cauliflower and white beans, which also provide a good source of fiber and protein — to fill you up and thaw you out on a cold winter day.
Spring is here, bringing the pollen, allergies and the respiratory discomfort that comes along with it. May has been designated as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Millions of Americans suffer from sinus problems, allergies, and asthma. Allergic rhinitis is one of the most common chronic conditions, affecting 10 to 30 percent of adults and adolescents in the U.S.
When you’re feeling stuffy, nothing hits the spot better than soup.
Here’s a delicious recipe for Chicken and Vegetable Soup that contains vitamin and mineral-rich vegetables, such as carrots rich in vitamin A, red bell peppers full of vitamin C, magnesium-rich spinach, ginger root which contains zinc, plus delicious garlic and onions.
Chicken and Vegetable Soup
Yield: 6 servings
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