I’m still recovering from a nasty cold, so I’ve been eating a lot of chicken and rice soup. My husband made me some and I ate all of it, so I’ve been resorting to cans of Progresso Chicken and Wild Rice.
For a change of pace, and to brighten up a cloudy, snowy day, I’m going to make Curried Leek Vegetable Soup from Sharon Palmer’s blog. Here’s how she describes it:
Here’s a simple, flavorful soup recipe that you can throw together in minutes! The anti-inflammatory spices and antioxidant-rich veggies can help boost your health—and spirits—on the gloomiest day.
Doesn’t that look delicious?
Sharon Palmer is the author of Plant-Powered for Life, a cookbook and guidebook to adding more plant-based meals to your cooking repertoire. (Read my Weekend Cooking post about it here.)
If Curried Leek Vegetable Soup doesn’t sound good to you, then you might want to try one of the other 22 soups featured on SheKnows:
P.S. Here’s how my soup came out! (I made my own spice combination instead of using curry powder.) Delicious!
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