There is a new viral in the air and it has a dry cough and bad fever spell that leaves you broken. Let’s not forget dengue in the air that can also terribly put your immunity down. While many of us were still battling with building our immunity up after COVID, there are new challenges now too. So have this list of three immunity-boosting soups nearby so you can keep whipping them up!
The Broccoli and Cauliflower Soup
This rich and potent soup offers a delightful and filling lunch when paired with toasted bread. Broccoli is high in fibre and promotes immunity and the digestive system. It also gives you that delicious taste and green colour in your soups. Cauliflower also contains nearly as much vitamin C as an orange. Bring to it a creamy flavour with coconut milk and add cauliflower to it.
Cauliflower is rich in antioxidants which help your body to fight all forms of stress.
The All Vegetable Soup
This one is called an all vegetables soup because you can literally add all the vegetables to it. Go for yellow onion, garlic cloves, celery stalks, shiitake mushroom, baby bok choy and ginger. Add a dash of coconut oil for ultimate immunity booster and then turmeric and salt and pepper to taste.
Having this is like having a bowl of iron like strength to weather the worst storms your body can imagine. All the vegetables are rich in fibre, antioxidants and vitamins. Don’t miss out!
The best kind of lentils to use for this particular soup are red (or “red split”) lentils. They are soft and have a way of blending into the soup and and a luxurious thickness.
Green lentils could also work. They’ll have to cook closer to 30 minutes and will be more detectable in the soup. Add your favoruite vegetables to this be it broccoli, potatoes, tomatoes or whatever tickles your fancy.
Lentils are a powerhouse food that are enjoyed a lot in Pakistan. Don’t we all love daal? However, they are enjoyed extra in a soup form because the comfort is unmatched. This soup helps give you strength and will build your immunity!
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