Category: Soups and Stews

Indonesian Carrot Soup – Low Glycemic No Added Sugar

Curry's health benefits are derived from their spice rich ingredients. Turmeric, curry's main ingredient is recognized by its yellow color. A member of  the ginger family, turmeric has long been associated with its healing  properties. Used as a common antiseptic in India, turmeric is used  regularly to treat damaged skin such as cuts or burns. It's even being  touted as a possible cure for Alzheimer's disease. Carrot contains a very complete nutrition to provide  our body the essential enzymes, vitamins and minerals. For each 100  gram, the carrot has 7.6 gram of carbohydrate, 0.6 gram of protein, 0.3  gram of fat, 30 milligram of calcium and 0.6 milligram of iron. Also, it  is a good source of fiber, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin  C, vitamin K, biotin, potassium and thiamine. The combination of carrots and curry make this recipe both delicious and extremely nutritious. Bon Appetit!

Low Glycemic No Added Sugar Curried Red Pepper Soup

Peppers of all kinds can be really delicious when in season and can make the most delicious soups. Here's a recipe that is tried and true. I love this soup and if you are not a big fan of curry you can add an alternative spice!