A leading dietitian has shared the quick and easy ‘detox’ soup recipe she makes when she wants to reset her body after a blowout or binge weekend.
Susie Burrell, from Sydney, said she likes this particular vegetable soup blitzed and topped with Parmesan and broccoli.
It always serves to make her feel better after she has had a particularly indulgent time with food or wine.
To make between six and eight servings of the soup, Susie said you’ll need a host of vegetables, including a leek, an onion, chopped tomatoes, a carrot, pumpkin, celery and broccoli.
You’ll also want some olive oil, vegetable stock and Parmesan to put on top.
‘To start, heat the olive oil with onion in a large saucepan,’ Susie posted on her Instagram page.
How to make Susie Burrell’s simple ‘detox’ soup
Serves six to eight
One tablespoon of olive oil
One leek, thinly sliced
One onion, finely chopped
Two cups salt reduced vegetable stock and three cups water
420g can chopped tomatoes
One carrot, peeled and cut into one centimetre cubes
500g pumpkin, cut into one centimetre cubes
Half a celery, chopped
One broccoli head, steamed
1. Heat the olive oil with onion in a large saucepan.
2. Add the leek and gently cook over a low heat until soft, then add the stock, tomatoes, carrot and pumpkin.
3. Bring to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
4. Top with steamed broccoli and add shaved Parmesan to serve.
Source: Susie Burrell
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SOURCE: Daily Mail