Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Bone Broth Cabbage Curry Soup

We have had a few days of cold windy nights here in Colorado. Consequently, hubby and I were in the mood for something cozy and warming for dinner.  I honestly did not expect to be making soup this week or for this time a year but, after a little digging in the pantry and found this baby behind Joseph's Roasted Red Pepper Soup collection.

Super clean in the ingredient list!  
The best part is that I did not have the need to unfreeze or wait for protein to thaw out.
Pacific Turkey Bone Broth contains 9 grams of protein per serving and it was the perfect base to this simple Cabbage Curry Soup!
Ingredients:
1 tbsp. of coconut oil
a small green cabbage (cut into long strings)
6 carrots (peeled and diced)
1 large leek
1/2 tbsp. of minced garlic
1 tbsp. of Madras curry powder (adjust to your liking)
1 tsp. of poultry seasoning
1 tsp. of thyme
salt and pepper to taste
32 oz. of Turkey Bone Broth

Directions:
Dice and cut all of your veggies and set aside.  Preheat a soup pot at medium heat and add in your coconut oil.  Once the coconut oil has melted add in your carrots and leeks to the pot and let them cook for 5-7 minutes, stir occasionally.  Once the leeks and the carrots have cooked for 5 minutes add in your garlic and half of your seasonings to the pot and stir until well combined.

Next, add in your cabbage and the rest of the seasoning and stir.  Allow the cabbage to cook with the rest of the veggies for 5-7 minutes.  Add in the bone broth, stir and reduce the heat to low.  Partially cover your soup pot with a lid and allow the soup to cook for an additional 15 minutes.  After 15 minutes remove soup pot from heat, serve and enjoy!

That's it!  Feel free to give it a taste and adjust seasoning to your liking.
Our soup was on the spicy side, you can reduce the amount of curry according to your liking.
 This was such an easy unplanned week night dinner.

Are you dealing with sunny days but, cold and windy nights?  How are you staying warm this Spring? ;o)

10 comments:

  1. OMG Broth without crap in it! I need to find this immediately!! Thanks for sharing! I'm pinning! xxoo

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  2. I did not know they sold bone broth like that.. i will have to look for it!!

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  3. I've always made stock, which I thought was the same thing but bone broth seems to be very fashionable now - good to hear it's so healthy!

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  4. Yumm this looks delicious! I'll have to give it a try!

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