A steaming bowl of soup is comfort food in the purest sense. More comforting still, it's a worthy meal for anyone aiming to eat a little healthier, especially when the recipe puts vegetables front and center and uses plant-based protein, or lean meat, chicken, or fish. Even more substantial are thicker stews and chili, which don't require a side salad or a bit of bread to become a complete meal. Get ideas for liquid assets to eat in the evening on the following pages.
Trade wontons' traditional filling of pork for shrimp, and serve bok choy, full of disease-fighting phytochemicals, on the side.
The chickpeas in this recipe count toward the daily dietary requirements for both vegetables and protein.
Collards bring antioxidants and iron to this hearty, warming soup, while sweet potato and almond butter lend a creamy texture.
This turkey-meatball version of Italian wedding soup is so hearty it calls for eating with a fork and a spoon.