Low-Calorie Vegetable Soup
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Makes: 10 cups
A low-calorie vegetable soup--you can get creative and economical by adding in vegetables you have around the house!
shredded cabbage (or fresh if you want to cut it up)
Lipton Onion Soup Mix
Chicken Broth powder
olive oil (if desired)
PAM olive oil
large soup pot
Chop up all of the vegetables to desired bite size. Spray a large soup pot with olive oil. Put chopped onion and red pepper on medium heat. Cook for 5 minutes. Take the cooked pepper/onion mix out and put it on the side. Add 8 cups of water to the pot; turn on high heat. Once it boils, add in the onion soup mix and chicken broth powder. Add the cabbage and carrots. Boil for about 7 minutes on medium heat until tender. Add the cooked pepper and onion mixture into the pot. Add olive oil if desired. Cook on low heat and add the black pepper, parsley and cilantro. **Feel free to add in cayenne pepper, red pepper, or even some hot sauce to make it spicier.
I'm crazy about Low-Calorie Vegetable Soup! The recipe is easy to prepare and the soup is delicious. Yum!
Healthy cold weather soup.
yummy and its changeable
I love that you can add the veggies you desire and leave out the ones you don't.
Thanks for sharing this. It sounds so delicious and I can't wait to try it. I love vegetable soup. Heck I love a lot of soups. Love it more being such a healthy choice.
Sounds soo yummy! I would definitely use vegtable stock in place of chicken stock and maybe add some new potatoes!
I love vegetable soup!
I'm going to try it
This looks like a soup my mother made for us back in the day. She did not use peppers but added in some stewed tomatoes, green beans , lima beans, green beans and potatoes to it. So good!
have to try
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