With winter comes the health problems of the season, such as the flu. To prevent this, you can resort to recipes that nourish, satiate and take care of your fitness. Like this delicious soup - with video.
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We are living the coldest days of the year.
With the drop in temperature, the custom is to leave the windows closed.
Thus, environments with poor air circulation are conducive to the spread of influenza and colds.
To protect or alleviate the discomfort, there is nothing like combining medicines with soups.
Yes, a soup may have in its ingredients the power to cure and prevent these diseases.
I am specifically talking about ginger.
The root has antibiotic action, which strengthens the immune system and helps fight the flu virus.
It also has anti-inflammatory action.
What helps to fight cellulite.
But its functional benefits don't stop there.
Ginger facilitates the digestion of fatty foods.
It also improves bowel function.
For all that, nothing like a velvety soup, like the one made with pumpkin, with neat pinches of the ingredient.
The following recipe is ready in 40 minutes.
And yields three portions, with 136.3 Kcal each.
600 g of peeled pumpkin
1 l of homemade chicken broth
1 medium onion, finely chopped
2 garlic cloves
1 bay leaf
3 units of star anise
30 g chopped ginger
1 strand of olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
In a large saucepan, brown the garlic and onion in the olive oil.
Add the squash, bay leaf, anise and half the chopped ginger.
Add half the stock and cook about 20 minutes.
Remove bay leaf and anise.
Beat the pumpkin in a blender with some chicken broth.
Return to the pan, add the remaining stock and a little ginger.
Bring to a boil for five minutes.
Serve then with the remaining chopped ginger.
Check out the step by step of this recipe in the following video.