Aloo Goobi is an Indian dish made with potatoes and cauliflower. It's one of my absolutely favorite meals! There's just a little prep to it and soon you'll too be enjoying warm and spicy potatoes and cauliflower!
In the need of some serious comfort food? Make this super simple split pea soup - it takes about an hour to get those split peas soft and chewy, but only about 5 minutes to put it together. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the amazing aromas as this soup comes together.
Pho is SO EASY to make! There are three key spices to really get that familiar and comforting flavor of pho and the rest is super simple to put together. Make this recipe and you’ll have a steaming bowl of goodness in no time.
This soup is full of delicious veggies, sour lime juice, creamy coconut milk, crunchy bean sprouts and you can make it as spicy as you like it with thai chiles! It has a lot of ingredients, but its actually super easy to put together!
Need a little pick me up from a cold winter? This winter greens soup is a great antioxidant boost to your day. It takes about 45 minutes to make, but most of that time is just letting the vegetables cook!
Simple soups may be one of my most favorite things and this soup can't get any easier. Carrots, onions, ginger, curry powder and vegetable broth. Easy peasy with a touch of cashew cream. Dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes!
March is all about Meatless Mondays! Ok, ok, everything I post is meatless, but what about those great meaty meals you think you have to give up when going vegan? March Meatless Mondays will take typically meat heavy meals and transform them before your very eyes!
This Beefless Beer Stew is an awesome alternative to the typical beef stew. Adding in meaty portobello mushrooms and dark beer really brings out a rich flavor and will fill you up on those chilly spring evenings!
So you want corned beef and cabbage, but without the beef and quicker than six to eight hours in your crock pot? MAKE THIS SOUP! It tastes exactly like corned beef & cabbage, but without the beef and only takes about 45 minutes to make!
Happy New Year everyone! There are some who say that eating beans on New Year's Day will bring good luck for the year ahead. So here is a super simple and quick bean soup you can whip up in under 30 minutes and enjoy the good fortune it may bring.
This may seem like a lot of ingredients, but the end result is DELICIOUS! Sometimes it can be more like a stew than a soup, especially as the rice starts to absorb all the liquid, but either way its a hearty and filling meal!
I’ve been trying to come up with new whole grain recipes to eat the night before my long runs. I’ve been veering away from pastas because I’ve noticed I run better when I eat unprocessed grains like rice and quinoa. This tomato soup was perfect fuel for my 6 mile Saturday run and was quick and easy enough to make on a tired Friday night!
For being served hot, this soup is incredibly light and even refreshing, yet filling at the same time. Its full of a variety of veggies and quinoa, and topped off with some green onions and tortilla chips!
I'm amazed at how simple and how good this soup is. Its only seasoned with a little salt and pepper, but has an amazingly pure flavor to it. It takes about 50 minutes to make, and only 5 of those minutes are just for you to prep!
This is one of the fastest, easiest soups you can make and its delicious and super filling. AND black beans pack quite a punch in nutrients. 1 cup of black beans has only 0.6 grams of fat, but has 15 grams of fiber (60% of your daily value), and 15 grams of protein (30% of your daily value). You can absolutely omit the butternut squash if you want an even simpler soup (and you'll cut down time by 45 minutes).
This soup is super basic. A lot of my soups are based off of four or five ingredients and additions and spices here and there can make all new soups. Here I'm incorporating wild rice and rosemary to give this another flavor.
Looking for a hearty meal on a cold day? This is a super simple and warming stew that's great with added veggie sausages and thick bread for souping up all the leftover tomato sauce. If you don't have beet greens on hand you can substitute spinach, kale, collard greens, or swiss chard.
This might be my favorite soup, EVER. I love that I can always make a little change here and there when I make this soup based on what I have in my refrigerator. Its hearty, warm, and full of amazing flavor. I ladled a bowl full for this picture and took a bite before I was going to put it in the refrigerator, but then I had to take another bite. And another. And I just finished the entire bowl. Its a good thing I have more for later!