Dinner in a Bowl with NutriBullet Rx1
I love to cook, but do not love spending an hour making dinner. So recently, I purchased the NutriBullet Rx to simplify the process of making a healthy meal. The idea behind the souper part of the Rx is actually pretty outstanding. You throw in some fresh ingredients and, a few minutes later, you have soup! I’m still experimenting with recipes and have tried a few in the cookbook, as well, and so far, so good!
Since I need to maintain a low sodium diet, sometimes flavor is hard to achieve. I’ve learned which ingredients add the most flavors and have become quite a fan of roasting and sautéing with garlic and onions. The recipe I’m sharing now can be adjusted to meet your desired flavor in a number of ways. I used low-sodium chicken stock, but you can use full-flavor stock, salt, and other spices to flavor your dish according to your taste preferences.
A filling and balanced meal is perfection, so I usually add brown rice and some cut up roasted chicken to my soup and have a small salad on the side. This leaves me feeling very satisfied without a grain of guilt.
Red Pepper and Tomato Soup with Chicken
- 3 tomatoes
- 1 red pepper
- 1 green pepper
- ½ onion
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 2 cups of low-sodium chicken stock
- 1 teaspoon of the Superfood boost for soup
- Olive oil
- Sauté tomatoes, red and green peppers, onion and garlic in the olive oil until flavorful and soft. Cool to room temperature.
- Place all ingredients in the RX and 7 minutes later you will have an antioxidant rich soup.
You may serve alone or can add pretty much any protein to make it a complete meal.
**Note: Before I placed my ingredients in the Rx, I did sauté them first and cooled them off to room temperature in the refrigerator. You may choose to place them raw in the RX.