Warm your soul with some color in your bowl!
Whether you’re feeling ill or craving a nutritious soup to give your system the boost it needs to stay energized, try our recipe for Pink Radish Soup! This vibrant dish will leave you feeling warm and nourished during these cold winter months.
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2 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil, divided
2 Green onions, sliced thin and divided
Pinch Sea salt
Pinch ground pepper
2 Cups Radishes, sliced
1/2 Rutabaga, stripes
1 beet, peeled and sliced 1/4-inch thick
4 sage leaves, preferably fresh
1 quart vegetable broth, (may contain traces of gluten)
In a medium-sized soup pot heat olive oil over medium then add 2/3 of the sliced green onions, salt, and pepper and sauté for 4minutes or until golden. Add sliced radishes and cook for 7-10 minutes or until they are translucent and tender.
Add beet slices, rutabaga, and 4 sage leaves and stir to combine all ingredients.
Slowly pour broth in pot and bring to a boil. Bring to a simmer and cook for 20 minutes or until rutabaga is tender.
Remove sage leaves and set aside. Puree the soup in batches then add it back to the pot and reheat over medium-low. To make your soup pinker, add grated beet slices and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Add a few of the remaining sliced green onions at a time and cook until light golden and crisp.
Did you know?
Radishes are an excellent vegetable for diabetics!
Radishes have a low glycemic index and therefore do not have any affect on blood sugar levels when consumed. They are also known to help regulate the absorption of sugar in the bloodstream. For these two reasons, diabetics shouldn’t worry about suffering from sudden drops or spikes in their blood sugar levels while enjoying these delicious vegetables.
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