Celery And Rice Soup With Lemongrass Vegan Gluten Free Nut Free Soy Free Easy Vegan Ramen Minimalist Baker Recipe
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Augment canned or ready-to-eat soups by adding extra vegetables. Add a fried egg slender slices of lunch meat a sprinkle of green beans and green onions to Ramen to increase its nutritional value. Often the most budget friendly option is to make your own soup. Soups are simple to make and are a good way to use any bits and pieces you have leftover from other meals. Freeze leftovers in freezer bags or containers marked with the date and the contents. When you are ready to make the soup pull out these valuable leftovers for additions to your soup. To make a pot of soup pull out an 8-quart pot. Brown any uncooked meat and onions you will be using. Then add your leftovers up to 4 cups of vegetables in any combination a handful of noodles of any type pour in up to 16 ounces of tomato in whatever form you have (puree sauce soup diced fresh) and add enough water to bring the mixture to within an inch of the pot s brim. Sprinkle in spices.
By foregoing the damaging processing used in commercial soups you can retain more of the essential nutrients in the soup recipe and on top of everything else you can enjoy the process of making the soup yourself. The feeling of having actually made the soup that you are currently having is almost as good as the soup itself! Healthy Soup Recipes There is an endless variety of healthy soup recipes out there. Everyone is familiar with that old favorite chicken soup. However you do not have to use chicken and even vegetarians can find a great selection of soup recipes online easily enough. What you are really looking for in any homemade recipe is a good selection of vegetables. Onion and garlic are great additions to any soup and can bring out much of that healthy cleansing feeling that helps dislodge unpleasant flu symptoms. There are whole websites dedicated to suitable recipes and you should have no trouble finding one you really like.
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Staub is a less popular brand but also offers good quality. Your enamel coated cast iron pot is the best conductor of heat available and will allow you to cook on the stove top and in your oven all during the same soup creation without switching pots. Some chefs prefer the uncoated cast iron dutch oven - they must like extra work since regular seasoning to keep the cast iron in prime working condition is required. Dutch Oven Stainless Steel: If you like great results AND want convenience we suggest a stainless steel heavy bottom dutch oven. The All-Clad is our favorite. These cook great in fact we believe they work just as great as the Le Crueset but allow for easier observation with it s light colored interior. With this dutch oven clean up is a snap. Frankly we love the All-Clad look and the brand is top notch.