Recipes — soup

Mark Collins
Southwestern Butternut, Wheat, and Sausage Stew

Southwestern Butternut, Wheat, and Sausage Stew

This whole grain butternut squash stew is loaded with comforting flavors similar to a chili, but with more vegetables. The chunks of squash become really tender and smooth, giving it a buttery texture with a complex taste. It's an amazingly gourmet twist on a rather simple one-pot slow cooker dish. Using the whole grains of wheat, Kamut or rye help keep you full for hours.  Southwestern Butternut, Wheat, and Sausage Stew Lean Turkey sausage, cooked and crumbled| 2 lbs.Whole Organic Grains Red Wheat, Kamut or Rye| 1 cupVegetable Stock| 3 cupsButternut Squash, diced| 1 lb.Fire roasted Organic tomato dices| 1...

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Mark Collins
African Peanut Sweet Potato Red Quinoa Stew with Thai Curry Jackfruit

African Peanut Sweet Potato Red Quinoa Stew with Thai Curry Jackfruit

Have you tried Organic Grains Red Quinoa yet? This grain is probably one of the most visually appealing grains to have on your plate or in your soup. It's just such a gorgeous color and it adds a rich earthy depth to any dish. Organic Grains Red Quinoa is a great source of natural protein as well as fiber and is considered a super-grain because of its nutritional balance. We're using it today in this spiced African inspired stew.  This recipe is super simple to make in a slow cooker for the busy bustle of the holiday season. It's warm...

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Toasted Spelt Vegetable Soup

Toasted Spelt Vegetable Soup

 Spelt is a variety of wheat that has been cultivated for over 5000 years. It is used in bread, crackers, and pastries and has a protein content that makes it ideal for baking. However, it also has a delicious nutty flavor and has many health benefits cooked as a whole berry. Spelt is loaded with nutrients. One serving contains 30% of your daily dietary fiber and 21% of protein. Spelt also contains great levels of iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6. We toast it in a little oil to make this delicious turkey soup and the results are amazing! ...

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Stephanie Petersen
Vegan Butternut  Squash Amaranth Bisque

Vegan Butternut Squash Amaranth Bisque

  Butternut Bisque is one of the most popular soups of Autumn and adding some whole grain ancient grain amaranth gives it a hearty richness as well as an ability to keep you full for hours.  This bisque is low calorie, a good source of fiber and has no cholesterol. It's also vegan! How awesome is that?!   Vegan Butternut Squash Amaranth Bisque Butternut Squash Puree| 4 cupsOrganic Grains Amaranth| 1 cupVegetable Stock| 4 cupsNutmeg, grated| 1/8 tspOnion powder| 1 Tbsp.Salt and Pepper| to taste Directions: Combine all ingredients in a gallon sized stockpot. Simmer over low heat for 20-25 minutes...

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