Smoky 'Roasted' Garlic and Red Pepper Soup

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Recipe by G Living MemberOmid

Smoky ‘Roasted’ Garlic and Red Pepper Soup (raw)

A ideal starter for any meal, this red pepper and garlic soup is completely raw and has a smoky taste, thick luscious texture and has a definitely tasty taste.

Serves about 4

For the Soup:

4 huge red peppers, deseeded and chopped

1 cup chopped white onion

6 cloves garlic, grated

1 / 2 Tbsp carefully chopped fresh rosemary

2 tomatoes, sun blushed and chopped

4 Tablespoon sunflower oil

8 strawberries

4 Tablespoon of honey

Himalayan pink sea salt and fresh black pepper to taste

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Step 1 Mix red pepper, white onion, garlic, rosemary, sun blushed tomato, sunflower oil and Himalayan sea salt well together in a bowl (it’s much better if you can mix all the ingredients with your hand, which will enable all the tastes to blend well). Cover and reserved in a warm area, or you can even leave it under the sun for about 1 hour to marinate.

Step 2 Now mix all the marinated components, strawberries and honey together in a blender for about 2 minutes till good and smooth.

Step 3 Adjust the taste with more Himalayan sea salt if required, move this into two of your favorite bowls, and season with fresh black pepper on top. Serve instantly.

Step 4 Optionally, you can include some fresh warm water and make this soup

Case Study:

It’s a delicious, fragrant and flavorful raw soup. It can be served on its own as a healthy snack or as an appetizer before a meal. This red pepper and garlic soup is full of taste, taste and fragrance. It serves as a healthy natural appetizer and also improves food digestion.

* Dessert red peppers have a sweet taste with a slightly pungent scent and are really rich in vitamins A, C, B6 and folic acid.
* White onion, garlic and rosemary include flavor and a good fragrance to the meal, but they likewise have beneficial medical properties.
* Ripe tomatoes are juicy and have a sweetish sour taste. It’s great quantities of a natural antioxidant called lycopene.
* Fresh ripe strawberries are the best and are good sources of vitamin C.
* Sunflower oil is a good source of unsaturated fatty acids and is readily available in both high-oleic (high in monounsaturated fats) and high-linoleic (high in polyunsaturated fats) ranges.

Health Benefits:

1. This is low in calories, carbohydrates and proteins, however most of the calories come from the fats.

2. Exceptional source of vitamin A, a natural antioxidant that reduces acne, and advertises healthy, smooth and radiant skin.

3. Exceptional source of vitamin C, a natural water soluble anti-oxidant. It enhances the body’s immune system, enhances the flexibility of skin and blood vessels, and prevents bruising of the skin.

4. Good source of vitamin E, a natural antioxidant that scavenges the complimentary radicals that oxidize fats, maintain the integrity of cell membranes, and protect our body against complimentary radical damage.

5. Moderate source of vitamin K. It promotes the mineralization of bones and thus reinforces bones.

6. Great source of vitamin B6 and folic acid. These are vital in the synthesis of hemoglobin in the blood.

7. Folic acid also prevents the build-up of an intermediary metabolite called homocysteine in the blood. Elevated levels of homocysteine in the blood are connected with cardiovascular disease, stroke and peripheral vascular illness. Thus, this soup likewise promotes heart wellness.

Nutritional Facts:

Each serve of this dish provides the following nutrients–

Calories: 14 % (274 Cal), Overall Fats: 24 %, Filled Fats: 7 %, Carbohydrates: 12 %, Proteins: 5 %, Fiber: 22 %, Potassium: 15 %, Manganese: 15 %, Vitamin A: 113 %, Vitamin C: 394 %, Vitamin E: 44 %, Vitamin K: 18 %, Vitamin B6: 26 %, Folic acid: 25 %.