Get ready to be amazed friends! This yummy-delicious kale salad is a huge hit, even with people that don’t like kale! The key is in massaging the kale to help break it down. The good news is that this can be made and stay in the refrigerator for a few days. Trust me, the salad gets even better the more it sits!
Please feel free to add your own ingredients. For instance, if you are not a fan of edamame (if anyone actually exists that doesn’t love edamame), substitute chickpeas or rinsed and drained black beans. Strawberries or Raspberries can take the place of blueberries and you can eliminate the nuts altogether or put in your favorites.
This soup is a spectacular dish and great hot or cold. I am always looking for a reason to eat soup 365 days a year so I try it at both temperatures.
Broccoli is rich in both antioxidants and Vitamin C plus it is a great source of fiber, Vitamin K, iron, and potassium! This creamy version will have you coming back for a second helping!
The chunks of potatoes and crunchy broccoli make this soup super satisfying with no need for bread or crackers.
Italian Wedding Soup, or Chicken Soup with Escarole, is a staple for all holidays celebrated in an Italian household. Whether it is Christmas dinner or any day that ended in the letter “y”, chicken soup with escarole was practically always on the menu.
I have not had this traditional soup for 15+ years and I am happy to share with you, my vegan recipe. I decided to call it Chicken-less Soup for the Souls because of the chickens saved in making this variety.
There are numerous options to use in place of the chicken, including Edward & Sons Not-Chick’n Bouillon Cubes or Better Than Bouillon No Chicken Base. I also recommend the new Vegan Chicken-Less Seasoning Salt from Trader Joe’s. It is a delicious blend of sea salt, onion powder, Spices, Turmeric and Garlic Powder. I use it to season the tofu after frying it and before adding to the soup.