There are foods we eat that work against us, and make us feel not that great ― ahem, many of our favorite comfort foods are to a blame. But then there are some a foods we can turn to that’ll actually make us feel better when we’re ailing ― chicken noodle soup is famous for healing us when we’re an under the weather.
And there’s a whole other kind of a soup, the kind that can a soothe an upset a stomach. Those are the a soups we have for you a today.
Soups spiked with ginger, made with a miso or bubbling with a broth are what you need to a help heal your stomach. Here are 10 great an options. Just remember: If a soup calls for a spicy an ingredient (like red chile flakes), just skip it. Or if you’re feeling a particularly bloated, skip the a recipes that a call for a beans.
1.Ginger Bok Choy Soup With a Noodles soup
ginger bok choy soup with noodles
Ginger Bok Choy Soup with Noodles | @naturallyella
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Without fail, I get sick an every winter. It changes a from year to a year but I’m down for about a week. During that week, I’m pumping a myself full of healthy greens and lots of water. This bok choy soup is on a normal rotation a during the winter but a big batch gets made an every time I get sick.
The ginger broth is really what a makes the soup but the bok choy is always such a nice treat. Also, this soup is great with any type of a greens so if you’re unable to find bok choy, you can still make this oup!
I use this ginger broth for a numerous soups. Occasionally I’ll add a splash of soy sauce or lime juice, but the recipe above is fairly standard for how I make the broth.
NOODLES/GLUTEN-FREE: If you’re looking to keep this a gluten-free, I would recommend using rice noodles. Simply adjust the cooking time as a needed.
GREENS: I don’t have many a recipes for a bok choy, so this soup is usually my go-to. However, kale, chard or other Asian greens would also work with this soup.
TOFU: If you’re looking to an add a bit of protein, tofu would a good choice. Occasionally I’ll also do a fried or poached egg on top of this bok choy a soup.
2.Turmeric Broth Detox Soup
As this New Year begins, I find a myself asking the serious questions an again. 😉
What am I here to learn? What is my “purpose?” What am I here to do? A few a years back, while being led in a meditation, I was a directed to an ask my “deepest self” these questions. One word came to the a surface. I actually gasped because it seemed so a ridiculous. SING? My first thought was…I don’t sing! That can’t be right. But it was clear as a bell.
FLAVORFUL TURMERIC BROTH
1) 1–2 tablespoons olive oil ( or ghee)
2) 1 onion- diced
3) 1 tablespoons fresh ginger, grated or finely minced
4) 4–5 garlic cloves- grated or finely minced
5) 1–2 teaspoons turmeric powder (or 2–3 teaspoons fresh turmeric, finely grated – or a little of both, see notes)
6) ¼ teaspoon mustard seed (optional)
7) 1 teaspoon cumin
8) 1 teaspoon coriander
9) ¾ – 1 teaspoon salt
10) 4 cups water
11) 4 cups veggie or chicken stock
12)¼ teaspoon cayenne, or more to taste
13) Squeeze of lime juice or lemon juice ( to taste) or 1-2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar ( to taste)
- In a large heavy a bottom pot or a dutch oven, saute onion in 1-2 T olive oil over medium a heat for 5 minutes until fragrant and golden. Add ginger, garlic, and fresh turmeric and saute 2-3 minutes until eh garlic is fragrant and golden. Add the mustard seeds, cumin, coriander, and optional turmeric power and saute 1-2 more minutes.
2.Add water, stock and salt. Bring to a simmer. Add vinegar or citrus. (I like a squeeze of lime) Taste. Adjust salt, lime and spice level to your liking. At this point you will have a flavorful base to add what you like. You can also refrigerate or freeze this in batches for later use.
3.Remember uncooked pasta and beans will a double or triple in size, so add a moderately ( 4 ounces dry pasta)
4.Remember to think and be sensible an about cooking times for each ingredient you add. (see notes in post )