Cold Tomato Soup, aka Gazpacho, is a simple, cold pureed soup made from a variety of fresh vegetables. My version has an abundance of flavor and nutrients from ingredients such as tomatoes, celery, fennel, and cumin. This cold tomato soup is perfect as a main dish for lunch on a hot summer day, as an […]

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I love using yogurt when I cook, it’s an amazing way to add flavor, texture, and protein to a variety of foods and dishes. In my quest to stay cool and away from the oven and stove, I decided to use avocado and plain yogurt to make some cold soup full of flavor, texture, and […]

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Looking for a delicious and different way to eat your greens? This Collard Green Soup is an easy and tasty way to get your daily dose. Loosely adapted from Rebecca Katz, this soup is delicious and nutritious. Just pair with some crusty bread and you’ve got a satisfying meal! Print Green Soup Course Appetizer, Side […]

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Try my Pumpkin Chili with turkey, perfect when you’re cleaning out your pantry on a snowy day or just looking for something hearty, delicious, and nutritious! Print Pumpkin Turkey Chili Course Main Course, Soup Keyword chili, pumpkin, turkey Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 15 minutes Total Time 30 minutes Servings 6 servings Author Abbie […]

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This month’s Recipe Redux challenge is to “Beat the Heat with the Slow Cooker/Instant Pot/Pressure Cooker” – some of my favorite summertime cooking methods! I used my Instant Pot to create this Vegetable Curry – a delicious, easy meal to make midweek. Enjoy! Print Vegetable Curry Course Main Course Keyword curry, vegetables Prep Time 15 […]

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I love using yogurt when I cook, it’s an amazing way to add flavor, texture, and protein to a variety of foods and dishes. I tend to be loyal to both people and brands, especially if I agree with their overall products and beliefs. Siggi’s is a perfect example of one of the brands I’ve […]

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Happy Earth Day everyone! This month’s recipe redux is all about reducing food waste. My favorite way to use vegetable scraps is by making stock. Keep whatever vegetable scraps accumulate – carrot tops, vegetable peels, mushroom stems, beet/turnip greens, etc – and voila! You’ll have homemade vegetable stock in no time. My recipe below is […]

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The top dishes this week were my NYC Smoked Salmon “Everything Bagel” Penne and Roasted Golden Beet Soup. You can find my Penne recipe here (https://www.culinarynutritioncuisine.com/smoked-salmon-pasta/), and my soup recipe below. This sunny soup is a perfect way to warm up in this seemingly never ending winter! Beets contain Betalains, a unique source of phytonutrients […]

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This week’s recipe round-up is White Turkey Chili. This recipe is full of good protein, vegetables, and whole grains with a bit of a kick from green chiles. Coming in less than 400 calories with 10 grams of fiber, this chili is sure to satisfy and keep you full longer. Enjoy! Print White Turkey Chili […]

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Beans are an excellent source of fiber and plant-based protein in addition to a variety of vitamins and minerals, such as magnesium, copper, folate, iron, and zinc. This recipe is vegan and delicious, especially during winter and for the upcoming Super Bowl festivities! Print Bean & Barley Chili Course Main Course, Soup Keyword barley, black […]

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