Jerusalem artichoke is a tuber with a spicy, nutty and a little bit sweet taste, perfect for a rich and creamy soup. The Jerusalem artichoke has a low content of carbohydrates, and about 75% of these constitute of inulin. Inulin is considered to be a group of dietary fiber, it has a sweet taste, but goes undigested through the intestines. Jerusalem artichoke is great for soups, but it can also be used as a substitute for potato as the preparation […]
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I love to make food from scratch, and making a nice homemade soup does not necessarily have to take more time than it takes whisking together a store bought powdered soup. You can make soups out of almost anything; you can use different vegetables, stocks, herbs and spices, it can be vegetarian, with seafood, or different meats, it can be hot or cold, creamed, clear, pureed or chunky, thick or thin – it is endless of possibilities. Today I have […]
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French onion soup is my ultimate favorite soup. The golden cheese, the soaked soft bread crispy in the edges, the cheese infused flavorful broth and the soft onions – simply lovely. With this recipe you can enjoy this bowl of heaven low-carb and gluten free.
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Autumn is the perfect season for serving soup. My local farmers market is filled with big, beautiful freshly picked cauliflowers, and nothing is better than real organic local food. Invite friends and family over for a good homemade soup to heat up a cold and rainy day.
Categories: Dinner, Lunch, Pork, Soup • Tags: anti inflammatory diet, cauliflower, diabetes friendly, Diabets diet, Endometriosis diet, gluten free, healthy, homemade, low GI, low-carb, organic produce, pain diet, soup
I’ve made this tomato soup loads of times, but today I used my own homegrown tomatoes, and mascarpone instead of cream. What a difference it made! Soup from heaven – I just hope it’s not because I’m blinded by love for my homemade tomatoes…
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Thai green curry paste is surprisingly easy to make, and it’s so much more fresh tasting than the store bought version. When you make it yourself you can control the heat in the curry paste by adjusting the amount of green chili peppers you add, this way you can have all the flavors and exactly the heat you prefer.