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(35 Recipes Found - Phase 1 in Green)15 Bean Soup - (adapted from the bag recipe) I tried this recipe the other day and I really like it. I played around with the instructions on the back of the bag as to give the soup more flavor and it came out really tasty. I do NOT add the ham flavoring packet as it does not have a good taste to me. The bacon really helps flavor the soup. I like this because it is a great source of protein and really filling.
Asparagus Soup I just had the most incredible soup for lunch today and the lady that brought it said it was only 3 grams of carbs. (I know we aren't really watching that, but most of the others in my lunch bunch are trying to ATKINS...boy, they don't get it!) Anyway...
Baked Beans I can't remember who to give credit to for this......
Editor's Note: I believe you could use any other types of beans with this, as well.
Beef Barley Soup
Cabbage Patch Stew I have also added a can of French style green beans and I cook until cabbage is unrecognizable.
This is a recipe from the Grandma's recipe board way back when.
Chick-pea Soup Thanks to all on the board and your great recipes! You have made my SBD induction so easy. The food is great! I made this over the weekend and it was wonderful!!! Great flavor and appearance! Worth the work.
From C. Dragonwagon Dairy Hollow House Soup and Bread Cookbook.
Chicken Barley Soup I'm definitely on a roll - but this is the last one for tonight!
Chicken-Eggplant Barley Stew Just made this last night, Yum! I think it's all legal for phase 2, without the barley it would still be tasty and P1 legal.
Chickpea-Mushroom Curry (Recipe from the Vegetarian Times~ I highly recommend this book to those in Phase I. You can add meat to most recipes and it has some great stuff!!!!)
It says to serve with rice or bread. You can serve it with brown rice in Phase II. I usually just eat it by itself with some chicken, and it is great! The spices can be expensive. I like to use pepper and garlic. I happen to have all the spices because I cook Indian food all of the time, but the only required items are ginger and chili powder. You can use oregano or basil instead of coriander. Turmeric makes it taste smooth, but isn’t necessary.
Chipotle Chicken and Tomato Soup A chipotle chile (canned smoked jalapeño pepper) adds smoky heat to this soup. If you want to tame the spice, substitute 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika for the chile.
From Cooking Light
Chock-Full-of-Veggies Chili This basic vegetarian chili is thick and hearty. Garnish with a dollop of low-fat or nonfat plain yogurt if you like. In phase 2, brush whole-wheat pita triangles with olive oil, sprinkle with a mix of Italian seasoning and cayenne, lightly toast, and serve alongside the chili or crumble and serve on top
Cream of Cauliflower Soup This is great to use to fill in those empty spaces when you get that hungry feeling.
Cream of Tomato Soup I don't know if the honey is okay to use, but I made last night and just used a little Equal and it was really good.
Egg Drop Soup
Hungarian Goulash Editor's note: This would work well in a slow cooker if you use stew meat instead of chicken.
Imitation Seafood Gumbo Gumbo without the flour and tastes good. This made 6 – almost 2 cup servings and freezes really well.
Joy's 'Jewish Penicillin' Chicken Soup If you add the sweet potato it will be Phase 2; the secret ingredient is the rutabaga, probably not strictly phase 1, but probably also not enough to hurt!
Lentil Barley Chili Here's a recipe from the vegetarian thread that I tried. I made some changes, see bottom of recipe, and everyone loved it. And, if you want you can add browned ground beef, minced, if you like.
NOTE: Without the barley it is a Phase 1 recipe.
Lettuce Soup With Radish Salsa I found this recipe on the local TV station's website. Sure looks like an easy way to get some veggies in. The only change I made is to use sugar sub instead of sugar.
A lovely emerald green, this soup is as light and refreshing as a garden salad. It makes a splashy start to any summer meal, especially dressed up with its peppery salsa.
Navy Bean Soup Beach Style Marie, there are so many great recipes here, I appreciate all your work with the thread, and the index is wonderful! Here is a recipe I got from a friend several years ago - of course I updated it and took out the ham hocks to make it SB friendly :) - and it's delicious!
Phase 1 Chili This is my mom's recipe. I didn't need to change anything for Phase I except leaner beef. For Phase II, have a bran muffin with it.
Quick Vegetarian Chili
Rainbow soup in a jar This makes an excellent gift in a pretty quart jar.
Roast Sweet Potato and Red Onion Soup From \
S.B.D. Irish 'Mince' Stew Very satisfying snack or meal on cold winter's day !!
Seafood Vegetable Soup
Soybean and Basil soup Another great vegetarian winter soup receipt from Prima, adapted for SBD (original recipe called for peas.)
Spiced Carrot and Lentil Soup From the British magazine Prima
If you wish, you could substitute Thai yellow curry paste, but it will be much hotter than the British Indian curry paste!
Without the carrots it would make a great Phase 1 soup!
Sweet Potato Stew
Tofu, Tomato and Spring Onion Broth from SHE online
Tom Kha (Thai Sweet/Sour Cabbage Soup) This is a favorite for everyone in the States that I and my husband have made it for.
Turkey Bean Soup It is easy to turn this into a vegetarian dish by leaving out the turkey. Could substitute mashed tofu. I substitute beans depending on what is in the cupboard.
A great comfort food!
I have also added salsa for a great taste!
Veg-Head Three Bean Chili I got this recipe a long time ago from the food network, then I modified it for SB. It seems like a lot, but it really only takes about 20 min.
Wendy's' Chili This is the chili you can buy at Wendys, I do believe it is safe for all phases.
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