Soups prepared the right way pack a lot of nutrition. I’m going to show you my top favorite soup recipes Spinach, Corn, Mushroom and Broccoli. What’s unique about each recipe is I managed to pack in 4 to 5 vegetables in each recipe. They are so simple and you can alter these soups into your own style and your taste. Soup #4 – Sweet Corn Soup Why Sweet Corn Soup? It is very delicious. It’s a really filling soup as well. So a lot of times if you don’t want to eat a big meal at night, this is a great way to have a soup and still have it enough to fill you up. Plus, corn and vegetables make the soup nutritious. Ingredients: Corn, 4 Colors of Vegetables, Salt, Pepper, Butter, Eggs (optional) Recipe: Step #1 – Boil these vegetables all together for about five minutes. Remember I don’t want it to be all boiled up I want it to be a little bit crunchy. Step #2 – Grind some of the corn that I have steamed and the reason I do this is because I want this soup to be nice and thick and creamy. Step #3 – Add this mixture to my vegetables that are boiling. Also add ground corn, this thickens the soup. You can also add a teaspoon of cornstarch if you want to thicken it some more. Simply blend it with some water and add it slowly to the boiling mixture. Step #4 – Add salt to taste and ground black pepper. You can also put a pinch of sugar, not a lot, just a pinch. Wait for this to boil. The soup is ready. Step #5 – Add butter to the soup and stir it. Step #6 (optional) – Add a couple of eggs to the soup slowly. Note: If you’re a vegetarian, you can skip this step. Reason for adding eggs: 1. I make my best effort to up my protein my family’s protein intake so egg is one of the best forms of protein. 2. When you mix this egg, it gives a really nice marbleized pattern. So when the egg comes in contact with the boiling soup, it cooks and the quicker you stir the finer the threads. Soup #3 – Mushroom Soup Why Mushroom Soup? It is because of its super nutrition and its taste. It is delicious and my family loves it. Ingredients: Mushrooms, One potato, Garlic, Onion, Milk, Butter, Salt, Pepper Recipe: Step #1 – Boil all the vegetables in a pan. Step #2 – Blend the vegetables. You can also use soup blender or a normal blender. When ready put it back on the gas for a small boil. Step #3 – Add a good amount of butter or Ghee and salt and pepper to taste. Step #4 – Add milk to the soup to make it creamy and bring the soup to a boil. The soup is ready to eat and my family can’t wait to have it. Soup #2 – Spinach Soup Why Spinach Soup? Spinach is high in iron. It also has a very high amount of vitamin A and beta carotene which is good for eye health. Ingredients: Spinach, Carrots, Onions, Garlic, Salt, Pepper, Butter. Recipe: Step #1 – Put vegetables in a pan and add a good amount of water and put it to a boil. Step #2 – Grind these vegetables to a Puree. Note: I will use the stock from the vegetables later as most of the vitamins leach out into the water when you boil it. Step #3 – Add this Puree to the vegetable stock and bring it to a small boil again. Note: Do not overcook the vegetables which will give the soup a brown colour, we want the color to be green. Step #4 – Add Salt and ground pepper to taste. Now add a nice amount of butter or ghee. Boil the soup. Your healthy soup is now ready! Soup #1 – Broccoli Soup Why Broccoli Soup? One reason I make broccoli soup is because I find it difficult to feed broccoli to my kids. But when you make a soup it’s easier to drink it up. This soup is not only nutritious, but contrary to popular belief it is tasty as well. I also use Coconut milk in the soup which gives you all the good qualities of coconut like good fats but also it makes the soup thick and creamy. Ingredients: Broccoli, Carrot, Onion, Garlic, Coconut Milk, Salt, Pepper Recipe: Step #1 – Take all of the vegetables in a pan and add some water. Step #2 – Add salt to taste and ground pepper. Step #3 – Grind the vegetables in a soup blender or a regular mixer. Step #4 – Mix the vegetables in the vegetable stock water. Put it on the stove to boil. Step #5 – Add coconut milk to the vegetables to make the soup thick and creamy. Bring it to a boil. The soup is ready to eat! If you like this video then please watch my other videos on this channel. Please LIKE, SHARE my videos, and SUBSCRIBE to my channel Food & Life by Pramilla Ohlson. Thank you. ————————————————– ————————————————– ———————————— TIMESTAMPS – 00:00 – Introduction 00:47 – Soup #4 – Sweetcorn Soup 05:05 – Soup #3 – Mushroom Soup 07:02 – Soup #2 – Spinach Soup 10:06 – Soup #1 – Broccoli Soup —————– ————————————————– ————————————————– —————————————– CONNECT WITH ME! Follow me on Instagram – @pramilla.ohlson Visit My Website – .