This delicious healing soup is filled with aromatic delights like fennel, tarragon, asparagus, and parsley to help detoxify and fortify your body. Raw almonds create a creamy, dairy-free foundation for antioxidant-packed foods that fight disease by destroying or removing cancer-causing free radicals. Blend half the soup if you prefer a thicker consistency.
Whole cloves of mellowed oven-roasted garlic infuse a sumptuous broth filled with tender vegetables, white beans, and orzo pasta. Topped with peppery arugula, toasted hazelnuts, and shaved Asiago, this beautiful, elegant soup is perfect for entertaining.
Spicy and flavorful, this versatile soup can be made with different vegetables, depending on what’s available. I originally made it with green papaya, which grows right in our backyard in Hawaii. When I venture into colder climates, however, green papaya is not always a common find, so I’ll use potato or even Jerusalem artichoke instead. Enzyme-rich green papaya is simply unripe regular papaya. It has a mild and pleasant peppery flavor. If you find it in Chinatown, give it a try.
Delicious and dependable, this cold-weather favorite is easy to get going on the stove top when you arrive home from a busy day. It’s filled with energizing lentils, sweet nuggets of yam, and parsnip, and wholesome flavors that appeal to taste buds of all ages.
Lacy lotus root can make any dish beautiful. Combined with colorful veggies and hearty udon noodles in a light, tasty Asian broth, the result is a satisfying, low-fat soup with fresh, clean flavors. This lovely soup also benefits your lungs and immune system.
Simple, flavorful, and healthy, Wai Lana’s palate-cleansing “Roasted Fennel Carrot Blend”, is the perfect appetizer because it won’t spoil your appetite.
Warm your homes with this gorgeous garlicky Italian broth from “Wai Lana’s Favorite Soups”.