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Quick stovetop soups can be made with just a few ingredients and are a great way to use up those vegetables you have hanging out in the freezer or vegetable drawer.

Chicken and Rice Soup

Chicken and Rice Soup

For easy chicken and rice soup, combine onions and peppers (we used a cup of the pre-made frozen mixture but you could certainly use fresh vegetables if you have them on-hand), celery and carrots in a dutch oven over medium high heat. Then stir in flour, salt, pepper, thyme, sage, and turmeric. Side note, we can’t get enough of turmeric at the moment. Not only is it a great anti-inflammatory, it adds a beautiful golden hue to whatever you add it to – smoothies, curries, or soups like this one.

Chicken and Rice Soup

Bring the mixture to a boil then reduce to medium heat.  Add your pre-made slow cooker shredded chicken from the weekend and cooked white or brown rice. Cook the rice in a rice cooker while the soup broth is coming together on the stove, or, if you’re meal planning game is really strong, cook the rice over the weekend and have it ready and waiting alongside the chicken.

Chicken and Rice Soup

This simple soup comes together in no time and is begging to be dunked into with a big, buttery baguette. Skip the canned stuff the next time you’re at the grocery store and plan to make this easy stovetop soup during the week.

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  1. In a Dutch oven over medium-high, melt butter. Add onions, peppers, celery and carrots. Cook until vegetables are tender.
  2. Stir in flour, salt, black pepper, thyme, sage and turmeric. Add chicken stock and stir until blended. Heat until mixture comes to a boil.
  3. Reduce heat to medium. Add chicken and rice. Simmer 10 minutes or until heated through
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January has arrived. Can you believe the holidays are already over? After indulging (read: overindulging) at family feasts and holiday parties over the past month, I’m excited to get back on track in the kitchen. That all starts with my juicer.

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In January, my juicer takes it’s rightful place on my kitchen counter and reminds me that I shouldn’t only be eating my fruits and vegetables but also drinking them.

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Carrot and turmeric tonic is a great recipe to get you started juicing in the New Year. It’s simple, tasty, and beautiful. I know plenty of people who are a little hesitant (frightened, frankly) by green juice. This juice looks a little more familiar, like the orange or carrot juice you might already have in the fridge.

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We juiced one golden delicious apple (the entire apple fits in the big mouth of our Premium Big Mouth® 2 Speed Juice Extractor, cha-ching), a piece of turmeric, a piece of ginger, lemon, 4 large carrots, and a cucumber. Together, these ingredients make one bright, flavorful juice. The sweet apples and carrots pair well with the tangy lemon and refreshing cucumber. The ginger adds a little spice while the turmeric adds, color and health benefits – it’s a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

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Put down the mulled cider, hot chocolate, and holiday cocktails and start juicing this January. Move over OJ, there’s a new orange juice in town.

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  1. Cut apple as needed to fit through the chute of the juice extractor.
  2. Juice the ingredients in the order listed.
  3. Stir and serve immediately.
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