Ingredients for seasoned tomato soup
- 1 large onion
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil (Amanprana)
- ground ginger, turmeric
- 1 l water
- 4 organic stock cubes
- 2 sweet potatoes; cut into pieces
- 1 large bunch nettle tops* (or another healthy green herb)
- 1 l organic tomato sauce
- 2 eggs
- pepper, salt, shoyu to taste
Preparation of seasoned tomato soupFry off the onion and garlic in a little coconut oil. Add the ginger and turmeric and then the water and stock cubes. Bring to the boil, add the sweet potatoes and cook until tender. Add the nettle tops and cook. While boiling, mix in two raw eggs and puree with the hand blender. Mix in the tomato sauce. Remove from the heat. Taste and add a little ginger, turmeric, pepper and salt or shoyu if necessary. If you would like to reheat the soup repeatedly, you would be advised to cook and puree the nettles separately and keep in the fridge. The next day, you can then add a small teaspoon of nettle puree to your soup (see appendix in book ‘Knowing how to eat well' under information on ‘nitrite'). You can, of course, opt for another green herb. Tarragon is also delicious in this soup.
Tip from Rineke:
Recipe from the cookbook “Weten van (h)eerlijk eten” (Knowing how to eat well) by R.Dijkinga, orthomolecular therapist and naturopath.
Rineke Dijkinga is specialist in orthomolecular medicine and naturotherapy and also knows an extraordinary amount about nutrition. She is firmly convinced of the beneficial effects of (organic) foods and believes that herbs and spices play a major role in our energy levels, our mood and our weight. To her, delicious food are one and the same thing. Here at Amanprana we have had the opportunity to create and collect various recipes together with Rineke Dijkinga, author of "Alles draait om je hormone" (It's All About Your Hormones), "Weten van (h)eerlijk eten 1 & 2" (What You Need to Know About Fair Food) and Weetjes over (h)eerlijk eten (Fair Food, the Facts). Her main aims are to highlight how important herbs and spices are, that we should opt for organic food and that we should focus on the preventative in prevention.