During the dog days of summer, heat and humidity can make cooking in your kitchen feel like a living hell. You may not want to turn on your stove or your oven due to the excessive heat. What’s a good way to cook healthy and nutritional meals without the added heat?
Even though you may think of soup as a winter food item, you might be surprised to know there’s a way to make cold soups. Not only can you use seasonal fruits and veggies, but you can also turn your favorite hot soup into a chilled one.
What are some chilled soup recipes that are easy to make?
Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, shares why chilled soups are great during the hot and humid summer nights.