It is at this time of year that soups really come into their own. What’s not love about soup? It’s nutritious, it’s packed with vegetables, it’s easy to make, and it’s delicious. Even before you consider the joyous possibilities of mopping up with deliciously dense rye or crumbly Irish soda, you can enjoy a lovely crusty sourdough.
Never has soup been a more appealing option. This is the perfect time to prepare healthy meals that can be cooked in bulk and reheated for a quick meal over several days. What person wouldn’t enjoy some healthy comfort food?
We’ve searched the internet for four soup ideas that will shake up your game. These soups are packed with goodness and will be perfect for the chilly months. Inspired? This is your lunch for the entire week.
Cream of Mushroom Soup
This mushroom soup is so earthy and delicious that it feels good to eat. Add to that the fact that it’s absolutely delicious and creamy, and you’ve got a weekday lunch ready. This Australian-style take on an old classic is delicious. The different types of mushrooms give it richness, while the tarragon gives it a depth of flavor. To lighten the dish and add vitamin C, we’d suggest adding a squeeze of lemon.
Thai Chicken Noodle Soup is Epic!
What could be more warming than Thai food? Joyful Healthy Eats ‘epic soup,’ which is packed with vibrantly colored health-giving vegetables, is a testament to this fact. This soup is also great for those with colds or infections. The ginger, garlic, and onion all help to fight off the winter colds, while the chicken broth has been proven to be a health-giving ingredient. It’s also delicious, thanks to the spices, lime, and curry paste. The chicken and noodles are filling, too. This recipe covers all bases. We’ll be making it again and again in the winter.
Jamie Oliver’s fish soup is a great way to add more fish to your diet while also warming you up. The recipe is very flexible and can be adapted to your taste. It only specifies that the fish must be white, provided it’s sustainably sourced. However, the main flavors are chili, tomatoes, fresh thyme, and fennel. The addition of mussels and clams also makes this dish look spectacular. We’ll make this again in the summer and now because it is so versatile. We’ll be doing this again when we can gather with friends.
Healthy Broccoli, Zucchini, and Leek soup with Feta and Seeds
This soup is a powerhouse, containing no less than five green vegetables (along with celery and spinach), and the tangy bite from the feta and the crunchiness of the seeds are perfect for fighting winter coughs and colds. The leek is rich in prebiotics, which helps to produce good bacteria. Broccoli is also packed with anti-inflammatory compounds. This is exactly what we are in need of right now. It’s a great way to meet your veggie quota for you and the kids. The vibrant green color is also a plus. It’s delicious, and you can feel its benefits when you eat it.