The best way to prepare an incredibly nutritious soup is to mix some vegetables with them, with a few added seasonings.
If you want to do it the old-fashioned way, it’s easy to use potatoes and carrot soup with rice or quinoa.
This recipe for low carb potato soup has the perfect balance of protein, carbs and fat.
Add a bit of dried oregano for a little kick and try it with rice, quinoa or rice noodles.
(Photo: Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living)More:This low carb soup recipe is easy to make and delicious, but there are some things to consider.
It’s easy enough to make at home, but it can get messy if you use a stovetop.
The stovetop soup has a tendency to dry out if you don’t take care of the edges of the pot, and you can get burned by a bit too much heat.
I also recommend cooking the soup on a hot plate, which can help keep the flavors from getting too intense.
If that’s not possible, you can try this recipe with a microwave.
For the first time in my life, I was able to cook vegetables with rice in the same pot.
And if you’re having trouble with the soup, just add a splash of hot water to the bowl.
This low-carb potato soup is packed with healthy nutrients and lots of flavour.
(Source: Martha Stewart living)Potatoes are loaded with protein and fibre, while carrots and spinach are full of vitamins A, C and E. These nutrients help keep you feeling full and energized.
You can add more seasoning to your soup, like salt and pepper, or add some garlic powder, dried oregans, dried onion and fresh herbs for a nice touch.
(This recipe has a bit more fat than a normal soup, so feel free to adjust it up.)
I like to add a bit to the soup and add a little water for extra flavour.
I prefer it warm so I can keep my hands warm while the soup is simmering.
This soup can be a little tricky to make because you’ll need to know how to cook it the traditional way.
If I’m not familiar with how to do that, I’ll try to explain it here.
Start by making a soup pot.
Fill it with water, set aside a few pieces of foil for the lid and add the rice.
You’ll want to add the water slowly to ensure that it doesn’t boil over.
Add the vegetables.
(Some people like to cook the vegetables first, while others cook them in the soup pot first.)
Put a lid on the souppot and cook the soup until the water is almost boiling.
(I like to use a pot on a stove top, but if you can’t find a pot that fits your stove, you could use a crockpot or pressure cooker.)
Once the soup has cooked, add some dried oregans and dried onion to the bottom of the soup.
This gives the soup a nice flavour and keeps the flavours balanced.
(The soup also makes a great side dish.)
Once the soup’s cooked, pour it over some rice and stir well.
Let the rice soak in the pot for at least 30 minutes.
(You could add more liquid if you like.)
Remove the lid from the pot and add some more hot water and stir to combine.
This will help thicken the soup as it simmers.
The next step is to make the broth.
Add all the vegetables to the pot.
Stir the soup together until the vegetables are mixed and cooked through.
This makes the soup super creamy and a little nutty.
You could add some chopped cilantro, if you’d like, but you could also just add more vegetables and herbs.
(If you’re not quite sure how to make a broth, try my video How to make soups.
You may want to use rice noodles for this recipe, as they are the perfect size for this soup.)
You can then add some broth to the broth and whisk it together until it’s all thick and creamy.
(See the step-by-step below for the broth.)
Add the rest of the vegetables and stir it all together until everything is cooked through and thickened.
The soup will keep in the fridge for up to two days.
(It will also keep in a glass container in the freezer, which is ideal if you want a more nutritious soup.)
This recipe is a great starter for low-fat, grain-free and gluten-free diets.
If it sounds too simple, it is.
If this soup doesn’t seem too healthy for you, try making this soup with a salad or a healthy snack such as a fruit smoothie or a protein bar.
This is the best low-carbing recipe out there, and it’s perfect for busy people like me.