Soup for You
Simple & Healthy Soups You Can Make Into a Meal
Whether you’re a beginner in the kitchen or old hand at the stove, Soup for You provides easy and healthy recipes for thirteen mouth-watering soups along suggestions for how to make the soups into a meal. Each recipe features notes on how to adjust the soup to your tastes, and hints and tips on side dishes, breads and drinks to make each soup into a meal. Written with plenty of heart and a good dose of humor, the author encourages you to stop making excuses and get cooking!
With homemade Chili you can make it as spicy or as mild as you like. Vegetarians will love the recipe in Soup for You. But don't worry carnivores, you can always add the meat of your choice.
If you crave Hot and Sour Soup but don't feel like going out, you can always make some at home. Why not start now with a free sample recipe from Soup for You at tammiepainter.com...
Cream of Broccoli Soup - who says healthy can't be delicious?
Any winter squash from butternut to pumpkins can be used for a batch of irresistible Roasted Squash Soup.
Even if you can't afford a trip to Ireland, you can make your own bowl of Leek & Potato Soup to make yourself feel like you're there. Combine it with the Irish Soda Bread recipe from Soup for You and you're set.
Like all recipes in Soup for You, Simple Dumplings start out vegetarian but offer suggestions to adapt the recipe for meat eaters. Few things can warm you up and satisfy your craving for comfort food like dumplings!
Vegetable Soup is a perfect and tasty way to squeeze in several servings of vegetables including cabbage, carrots, celery and whatever else might delight your taste buds.
Lentil Soup is full of fiber and flavor but only requires a handful of ingredients.
Curry Lentil Soup is bound to warm you up on a cold day.
You will never want to buy canned cream of mushroom soup again after trying the super easy recipe Cream of Mushroom Soup recipe in Soup for You.
Start Your Meal with Soup or Salad A 2007 study by researchers at Penn State University found that when subjects ate vegetable and broth-based soups before a meal, they ate about 20 percent less. Fill up on vegetable-dense soup or a salad before your main course so you’ll eat less overall. While you’re at it, try to increase your daily vegetable intake, too.
Every soup recipe in Soup for You includes tips for how to make your soup into a meal such as salads, breads, meats and drinks that will pair perfectly with the soup. Yum!
One of the great things about soup is that one batch can yield plenty of leftovers. This means that hour spent in the kitchen will save you time later, and who doesn't like saving time?
Store bought soup contains more than half of your daily recommended salt intake. With homemade soup, you control the salt content and ingredient quality.