Southwest Black Bean & Twisted Lime Soup

1 Black Bean & Chunky Tomato Soup + 7 ingredients

Makes 4 Servings

PREP TIME: 15 minutes • COOK TIME: 5 minutes

Wheat-free

 

Relax with a steaming bowl of this hearty, tangy soup that has just the right amount of spice to warm your soul. In just 15 minutes, you’ll have full-bodied flavors that seem like they’ve been simmering all day. Say goodbye to sodium-laden canned soups and hello to the bright, healthy, sunny taste of the southwest!

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Unique Whole Plant Foods

Ingredients 

1 LeafSide Black Bean & Chunky Tomato Soup

1 15 oz can black beans with liquid

1 15 oz can chopped tomatoes w/juice

1 teaspoon cumin

1/4 teaspoon oregano

2 tablespoons lime juice

Plant based yogurt/sour cream (top with as much as desired)

Chopped green onions (top with as much as desired)

TOOLS NEEDED:

large serving bowl or pot, microwave or stove

Directions

1. Prepare LeafSide’s Black Bean & Chunky Tomato Soup as directed.

2. While that steeps, add beans & liquid, tomatoes, cumin, oregano to a large serving bowl or pot. Stir well.

3. Add the prepared LeafSide meal to the bowl or pot and mix well; heat through in microwave or on stove.

4. Stir in lime juice. Top with yogurt or sour cream & green onions as desired.*

 

Other suggested toppings: avocado, cilantro, red onions, hot sauce, salsa, corn, bell peppers, jalapeno, pepitas.

 

TIP: Add cooked rice or quinoa for a thicker consistency and to extend the servings further.

Nutrition Nugget


Don’t Forget the Beans

All over the world, despite great differences in climate & culture, what’s common to the diets of the
longest-lived peoples? Beans! Legumes, chickpeas, black or white beans, or soybeans — all are packed
with protein, complex carbs (prebiotics for your healthy gut), essential vitamins & minerals, and
unique phytonutrients. As one example of the science: the largest analysis of diet and cancer ever done
recommended a serving of beans with every meal to cut cancer risk.

Reference: https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/beans/

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