Simple, spicy, and inexpensive, Dal is a hearty Indian lentil soup that is so delicious and easy to make that it’s sure to become one of your go-to recipes.
Want a little sweet and spice? Try this colorful, nutritious, and very low in calorie density (just 72 calories per cup) Carrot Ginger Soup. The grated ginger and pineapple add some nifty heat and snap to the sweet carrot puree.
Every fall season this Butternut Squash Soup is a big hit in our dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center. It has loads of rich velvety flavor but no added fat like butter or oil – typical ingredients in other butternut squash soups. That means our Pritikin version checks in at about one-third the calories.
Cream of artichoke soup in a restaurant can easily pad our poor arteries with as much plaque-building saturated fat as a cheeseburger. Our Pritkin artichoke soup has zero saturated fat, but loads of rich, tangy artichoke flavor.
Aloo Baingan is a very popular North Indian eggplant and potato stew, simple to make and oh-so-savory. If you love eggplant, you’ll love this recipe, and your waistline will really love the fact that this recipe (unlike most eggplant recipes) has absolutely no oil.
Aloo Phujia is a potato, onion, and tomato stew with a spicy Indian kick. Serve over brown rice for a wonderfully filling vegetarian main dish or side dish.