This recipe is something very special and not only because it is healthy and won’t make you fat. This soup is so delicious that I made twice in a row. It is fast and easy to prepare and you only need a few common ingredients. At first I thought that the recipe sounded Thai, but it reminded Freddy and I of Indian food. In any case it was a real treat. The great thing about this meal is that you can eating any time of the day without having to earn it with your workout. You can also enjoy it as your post workout meal so don’t hesitate to try it at home. Please watch the video for the step by step guide and the amounts of each ingredient used in this recipe. Below is a quick overview of the steps. I enjoy this so much that I am very curious what you guys think about it. As always if you have any suggestions for improving this recipe please share them below in the comments. I would also like to remind you guys to send in your recipes with a large photo/photos attached to this email address: email@example.com so that I can post it in the BodyRockers category and share it with everyone.
Enjoy the soup and cooking,
Preheat a large pot and add a piece of butter or coconut oil if you have it. Chop an onion and saute until it turns light brown.
When the onion is ready ad a piece of ginger, chilli powder and ground cinnamon. Saute for another 2 minutes.
Ad chopped carrots into the pot and mix it with the onions and ginger.
Ad skimmed milk and coconut milk..
Juice and orange…
and pour it into the pot. Cover with lid and bring to boil. Don’t over boil it. When the milk starts to boil reduce the heat to minimum and slowly cook until the carrots are soft.
While the carrots are cooking, you can chop the meat, put it into a non stick skillet. Use extra virgin olive oil and cook the chicken on medium heat until done.
When the carrots are soft take the pot off of the heat and let it cool for a few minutes so that you can use your food processor to make puree.
Mix the chicken into the puree and ad salt and pepper to taste.