Ten Minute Tofu Soup
Are you like me? Do you hate that phrase that something is so good to die for? Yuck! How about to live for?!
Last night I made soup that took about ten minutes. Seven simple ingredients and it was… to live for!! I got all of the ingredients at Trader Joe’s, for those of you who live near a store like this. You can all of the ingredients at your local natural food store. No exotic or esoteric ingredients.
Here is what I used, but feel free to play with your own variations:
- A bag of mixed Power Greens (spinach, kale, and chard)
- A few cloves of garlic
- A can of organic white beans (with the water)
- A bag of sliced crimini mushrooms
- One container of organic sprouted tofu. Remove from box, chop or cube and set in a colander to drain
- One box of low-sodium organic chicken broth
- About 1/4 cup olive oil
Saute the garlic, mushrooms, and tofu in the olive oil. Throw in the beans with the water and the Power Greens, saute some more. Add some sea salt and a pinch of cayenne. Add the chicken broth and simmer until the greens are wilted.
This was SO EASY. My husband flipped! Make it and let me know how it turns out.
Rosie Bank is Board Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and the founder of Health Matters Coaching. She is the author of the book, Health Matters. Rosie is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified by The Center for Nutrition Studies (e-Cornell) in Plant Based Nutrition. Rosie is an international speaker, blogger, and the founder of Health Matters podcast. She is certified as a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant through the American Fitness Professional Association and as a Nutrition Advisor through Sanoviv Medical Institute. Rosie founded The Vitality Club in Brentwood, CA in 2018.
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