With temperatures falling and the nights closing in, we’ve worked with Nutritionist, Sam Bloom to create nourishing winter soup recipes for the coming months.
This warming stew is spiced with paprika and deep with umami flavour from the slow cooked beef chuck and stock. It’s high in vitamin C from the tomatoes, peppers and carrots, and rich in iron from the beef.
Moroccan Lamb Harira
From the Arabic word for ‘smooth’ this soothing soup is traditionally eaten during the month of Ramadan after sundown. Flavoured with anti-inflammatory turmeric, cumin, coriander and parsley, this soup is good for gut health. Red lentils, chickpeas and minced lamb are all high in protein and make for a satiating meal.
Sweet Potato and Coconut
This fragrant soup is inspired by Thai flavours, with a base of lemongrass, kaffir lime, ginger and garlic. Sweet potato is a good source of the antioxidant beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A, an essential vitamin and it also has a low glycemic index, helping to stabilise blood sugar levels.
Chicken and Vegetable
Our restorative chicken soup is simmered with aromatic bay, dill and parsley, and with a hunk of French Dark Sourdough makes for a warming winter lunch. The collagen in chicken stock helps to heal the gut lining and reduce inflammation, and the garlic is anti-inflammatory too.
Lentil and Vegetable
This nourishing lentil and vegetable broth is brightened with lemon, coriander and parsley and sweet with seasonal pumpkin. Lentils and freekeh are high in fibre and protein, both of which make us feel fuller for longer. The pumpkin contains high levels of Vitamins A, C and E and potassium, which supports cardiovascular health.