Cream Of Spinach Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking. Minestrone With Giant White Beans and Winter Squash Recipe - NYT Cooking. Harira Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking. Curried Cauliflower Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking. Coconut Butternut Squash Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking. Lemony Carrot and Cauliflower Soup Recipe - NYT Cooking. Red Lentil Soup With Lemon Recipe - NYT Cooking. Coconut Curry Soup w/ Sweet Potato Noodles ~ Veggie Inspired. Sweet Potato and Chestnut Soup with Cheesy Crisps - Food for Friends. This delicious soup can be frozen, and the parmesan crisps will last up to two days.
For a vegan option, omit the crème fraîche and the ‘parmesan’ crisps; to make it gluten-free, use gluten-free flour. Serves 8-10 Ingredients 1kg sweet potato 2 leeks, peeled and finely sliced 3 x 200g packs of vacuum-packed chestnuts 1.5 litres vegetable stock 1 whole nutmeg for grating 1 teaspoon ground cumin ½ teaspoon paprika (1 x 200ml tub crème fraîche optional) For the parmesan crisps: 50g grated parmesan-style vegetarian cheese 1 tablespoon plain flour Method Preheat oven to 180°c, fan 170°c, gas mark 4.
Bring to the boil, reduce the heat and partially cover the pan. For the parmesan crisps, mix together the parmesan and flour with some freshly ground pepper. Aromatic Lentil & Vegetable Soup. Butternut Squash Apple Soup (Dairy Free) ~ Veggie Inspired. Creamy Tomato Gazpacho With Crunchy Pecorino Recipe. Smoky Eggplant Soup Recipe. Indian-Spiced Corn Soup With Yogurt Recipe. Chilled Cucumber Soup With Avocado Toast Recipe. Basic Corn Chowder Recipe. Homemade Spicy Ramen with Tofu. Versatile Thai Green Curry. Soba Noodle Bowl (Gluten-Free) After growing up in San Diego with a Japanese mom, Candice Kumai is the natural authority on Japanese-meets-California cuisine.
She shares her tips for incorporating Japanese flavors and ingredients into everyday healthy meals. Check out more of her Eastern-inspired recipes here. My mother has been serving up delish and earthy soba noodles to my sister, dad, and me since I can remember! We ate them with everything from a simple miso broth to tofu, fish, and veggies. Coconut-Ginger Broth With Spring Vegetables. My perfect weeknight meal is packed with vegetables and whole foods, fills me up, and tastes delicious—all while being easy enough to put together quickly. 15-Minute Healing Meals are about feeding yourself well with minimal effort.
These recipes are designed to inspire you to cook something wholesome without interfering with everything else you've got going on. Note: While some foods may take a little longer to cook, we try to make sure that all hands-on time is kept to 15 minutes, to make your mealtimes as relaxing, restorative, and nourishing as possible. This coconut broth is spiked with ginger and garlic (and a little chili, if you'd like), making it both bold and bright—without being overpowering. It's so simple but packed with a lot of flavor and goodness.
Besides adding big flavor to a dish, ginger has some serious credentials in the health department, including anti-inflammatory properties. Serves 2. SPEEDY TUSCAN TORTELLINI SOUP. Slow-Cooker Sunday: Quinoa Soup With Sweet Potato Mash. Slow Cooker Red Lentil Dal Recipe. It’s no secret among people who know me that my very favorite cuisine in the world is Indian, with Thai being a close second, and Mexican coming in third.
One Pot Veggie and Soba Noodle Soup - The Glowing Fridge. What is it about noodle soup that’s so soothing and healing?
The comforting and warm fuzzy feeling that comes with a big bowl of hot soup never gets old. Does it bring you back to childhood too?! Whenever I was sick, my mom would cook up a huge batch of homemade chicken noodle soup and it was the best. I haven’t been sick in a long time but I have been quite frozen lately! So this healing One Pot Veggie and Soba Noodle Soup does just the trick, especially if you are feeling icky. Thai red curry with tofu. After last week’s heat wave, the weather has gone from summer to fall in just a couple of days.
That chill in the air doesn’t only signify the start of boot season (yes!) , but it also means that soup season is officially here. It sure has been a while! One-Pot Meal: Miso Hungry Soup. This soup (an exclusive preview from my cookbook!)
Is one of the go-to standard staples in my house and has been a longtime love of mine. It’s very quick and easy to make, and can be modified based on the vegetables and proteins you have in your kitchen and are loving the most. It’s equally awesome as a dinner for one as it is to serve a whole family or circle of friends, inviting everyone to add their own favorite toppings and extras. Enjoy the warmth and nourishment! Tip: Miso paste is a living, probiotic-rich food, and in an effort not to destroy those naturally occurring gut-healing bacteria, it’s best to add it at the end of the cooking process. Nigella Lawson's Fabulous Ramen-For-One Recipe. This is one of my favorite solo suppers.
I have made it for the family, but with the multiplied chopping, prepping, and dishing up, a certain frantic note can be introduced into the proceedings. For the same reason, although my photographer here, Keiko, admonished me gently, telling me that no Japanese person makes ramen at home, I find the chaos and noise of noodle joints is not what I want when I’m in the mood for ramen, and so I sacrifice authenticity for pleasure.
One-Pot Carrot Ginger Soup For Fall (Vegan) Fall is the season of soup.
Pumpkin, lentil, potato, bean — you name it! While it may seem easy to grab a can of soup, making soup from scratch is so much more rewarding and healthy. You can control what goes in and adjust the ingredients to your liking. Anything-You-Have Coconut Curry Soup. Kabocha squash, fennel + ginger soup w/ spicy coconut cream (v + gf) — dolly and oatmeal. Hot soup season is here yet again; another summer has passed, and a new season full of possibility is to come. i'm a big fan of the "in-between" seasons of spring and autumn, as they are a beautiful tip-toe into the more intense hots and colds of summer and winter. even as we're getting less direct light here in our tiny brooklyn apartment, there's an increased sense of ease - mornings are a bit more slow as i'm not ripping the covers back to cool off, but rather peeling them slowly, as to not have a rush of cold air come at me at once. we've taken the ac unit out of the window (yay for more light!
But eww for the spider's nest chilling just outside our window that was hidden by the unit - luckily frank took care of that!) , and i've already put summer clothes away, and replaced them with sweaters, scarves, hats - all the cozies! Wishing you all a good one! Broccoli spinach soup – Whole30. Broccoli spinach soup – Whole30 Have I told you that I like cooking? I mean seriously… 15-Minute Meal: Summer Pea Soup. This light and refreshing soup is the perfect thing to make when you want to eat healthy, but still want something flavorful and satisfying. Bright summer peas and basil marry perfectly in this summery soup. This recipe takes just 15 minutes and is made from mostly freezer and pantry ingredients, so you can have this in your cooking repertoire for those days when eating healthy seems like a stretch.
Whether you serve it hot or cold, this dish is sure to become a fast favorite. Summer Pea Soup (Vegan + Gluten-Free) Serves 4 (generously) Ingredients. Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup. Did you know that yesterday was World Vegan Day? I celebrated by eating a vegan breakfast, vegan lunch, and vegan dinner. Oh wait, I always do that! Thai Coconut & Peanut Butter Curry. The best thing to come from my kitchen this weekend was not a dessert. I know a lot of people are interested in the other things that I eat. You know, the other things besides dessert! So maybe I will give in and write a day-in-the-life post sometime soon. Until then, I’ll at least make an effort to post “Katie” Meals more often, so that nobody gets confused and thinks I subsist on chocolate alone. Hearty Vegetable Miso Soup Recipe. Of all the places I’ve been, Japan is most definitely among my favorites. I was lucky enough to spend five years of my childhood in the country, meaning its culture has greatly impacted the way I learn, communicate, and view the world even to this day.
Modern yet traditional, fast-paced yet serene, Japan is a true paradox. A 3-Day Soup Cleanse For A Warming Detox. 3-Day Winter Juice Cleanse For Beginners With juice cleanses, it can often get confusing figuring out what is safe and what is not, especially if you've never done one before. 5-Minute Power Greens Soup. Loaded with dark leafy greens, this soup packs a good dose of vitamins K and A.
3 Delicious Recipes Using Cauliflower. Cauliflower is rich in many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phytochemicals. The humble cauliflower is also extremely versatile. You can eat it raw, add it to salads, use it in place of mashed potatoes and throw it into all sorts of dishes. Cauliflower can even be used to make "rice", which brings me to my first recipe. This amazing cauliflower fried rice is so delicious, you won't even miss the starch. 1.
Spicy Sweet Potato & Two-Bean Chili. French Onion Soup Recipe. Green Detox Soup For Winter. Vegetable Stock : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Vegetable Stock Posted by Teresa Cutter on Sunday, March 31, 2013 · 9 Comments The secret to a making a good soup comes down to using a good stock. I love making my own vegetable stocks at home as they are much healthier than store bought versions that are normally reconsituted powders loaded with salt, MSG, flavours and dextrines.
Pumpkin Soup + Cinnamon Roasted Pear : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Carrot + Ginger Soup : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Classic Tomato Soup : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Classic Tomato Soup Posted by Teresa Cutter on Monday, March 3, 2014 · 13 Comments. Roasted Pumpkin + Carrot Soup with Green Goddess Pesto : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Cauliflower + White Bean Soup : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Cauliflower + Leek Soup with Parsley Oil : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Spicy Red Tomato + Lentil Soup : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter.