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7 HEALTHY SOUP RECIPES USING THERMOS® SHUTTLE CHEF®

Love homemade soups but don’t have enough time to watch over the stove?

With a Thermos® Shuttle Chef® thermal cooker, you can! Here are seven healthy soup recipes to get started. Once you have it prepared, save your soup in a Thermos® Shuttle Chef® to keep it warm till it’s time to serve.

  1. Carrot & Ginger Soup  

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Photo credit: BBC Good Food

Here’s a recipe that will warm you up and sort out your sniffles. And when you add beans to the mix, it makes for a wholesome lunch or dinner. Top with sliced almond for added nutrients. 

Find the recipe here.

  1. Kelp and Pork Ribs Soup

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With a high concentration of vitamins, kelp is also known to be an amazing natural ingredient that has higher calcium than of any food - 10 times more than milk. In this recipe, the combination of kelp and pork ribs gives you a nutritious dish that will keep you healthy and full. Cook using the Thermos® Shuttle Chef® and find the recipe here.

  1. Healthified Broccoli Cheddar Soup

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Comfort food at its best comes in the form of this creamy soup featuring broccoli and cheddar. Opt for skimmed milk and low-fat cheese if you’re really counting your calorie intake. Rather than worrying about the soup separating (the cheese may break away from the broth when it turns cold), store your cheddar soup in a Thermos® Shuttle Chef® to keep it warm for hours.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Moroccan Harira  

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Photo credit: BBC Good Food

The classic Moroccan soup gets a vegetarian makeover with green lentils, but retains its spicy notes of cumin, turmeric and cinnamon for a full-bodied taste low in fat and calories. Squeeze lemon juice and sprinkle coriander leaves for freshness.

Find the recipe here.  

  1. Chilled Asparagus and Almond Soup

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Rich in antioxidants (asparagus) and packed with proteins (almonds), enjoy this soup with loads of lemon zest for a creamy yet bright starter to your meals. With the revolutionary vacuum insulation technology of Thermos® Shuttle Chef®, you can store your soup warm or chilled for hours.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Miso Soup

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Photo credit: THE HEALTHY FOODIE

Faced with the ultimate I-really-don’t-have-time-to-cook-dinner-tonight dilemma? Fret not - in just 30 minutes, you can enjoy a miso soup dish that can easily be customised with highly nutritional ingredients such as rice noodles, tofu, scallions, mushrooms, green onions and much more.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Chinese Pork and Pear Soup

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Here’s a hearty soup recipe that’s surprisingly delicate on flavour. The cold nature of pear helps to restore the “yin” energy in your body in the sweltering heat. Save precious time when you use the Thermos® Shuttle Chef® and enjoy fork-tender meat in a clear, flavourful soup.

Find the recipe here.  

Soup-er Good For Your Soul

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Thermos® Shuttle Chef®, Your Kitchen Helper, is designed to cut down the hours usually spent in the kitchen, without compromising on the flavour and quality of your meals. Its vacuum insulation technology helps to slow-cook your food (replacing the simmering process) and keep them warm for hours through heat retention.

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Here’s a guide to choosing your Shuttle Chef® for your cooking needs.

See the full range of our Shuttle Chef® here.

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