A detox rainbow soup bowl filled with colourful veggies, a hard-boiled egg and a few noodles swimming in a fuming hot turkey leftover broth. Simple, healthy and yummy!
Detox Rainbow Soup is a great way to give a break to our stomach. Eating a big bowl of soup filled with vitamins and easy on the stomach is the idea. I’ve used udon noodles, but it could be a rice noodle (Banh pho), ramen or any noodles.
It may look Asian, but it’s a simple to-the-core soup! You can use the holiday turkey leftovers to make your homemade broth and some veggies left in your fridge. I’ve used a mix of red cabbage, carrot, scallions, zucchini and pepper. None of the veggies are pre-cooked; this way, they keep all their vitamins intact and give a nice crunchy bite to the soup. Warm up your bowl before adding the ingredients to ensure it retains warmth.
Detox Soup has Never Been so Fun!
Nobody likes to detox, but when you see this rainbow soup filled with happy colours, you have no choice but than to have fun detoxing! An upgraded minestrone, let’s say… made with tons of healthy veggies! This Detox Rainbow Soup can easily be adapted to your taste or whatever is left in your fridge.
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So, let’s Detox!
Rainbow Holiday Detox Soup
- 1 l turkey stock (or chicken)
- 200 g udon noodles (any noodles)
- 1 carrot (cut with cheese grater)
- 100 g red cabbage
- 1 egg
- 1 zucchini
- 1/4 red bell pepper
- 2 scallion
- salt and pepper
- Cook the egg for 10 minutes in barely simmering water.
- Cut all the veggies.
- Pre-cook al dente the noodles in boiling water, drain and pass under cold water (this will make them hold better in the warm soup afterwards).
- Bring the broth to a boil.
- Add the noodles for 1 minute to heat them again.
- Add the noodles, the bottom of pre-warmed bowls, the vegetables, the egg and the broth.
- Add a bit of fish sauce, soy sauce or salt and pepper.