14.5ouncesdiced tomatoes (canned)(411 grams; no salt added variety)
¼cupfresh parsley, finely chopped (curly or Italian parsley is fine)
¼cupcilantro, finely chopped
2mediumjalapenos, chopped(remove seeds for less heat)
3scallions, sliced(optional, for garnish)
Start by prepping your veggies! Chop the sweet peppers, onion, zucchini, mushrooms, garlic, parsley, cilantro, jalapenos, and slice the scallions.
Heat the olive oil in a Dutch oven or another large pot over medium heat. Add the turkey, yellow pepper, green pepper, onion, zucchini, mushrooms, and garlic. Cook until the turkey is browned, stirring frequently. It will take approximately 20 minutes.
Add the rest of the ingredients to the pot, aside from the scallions. Heat to a simmer, stirring occasionally. It will take about 15 minutes.
Ladle the soup into bowls (or meal prep containers) and garnish with scallions. Wasn't that easy?
This is a level 1 recipe (may help support fat loss).The fat flush soup recipe is filled with all of the components that are needed to create a high-volume, low-calorie satiating meal. If weight loss is one of your goals, you need this soup in your life. The combination of protein, fiber, and water here is tops for those looking for a filling meal for few calories. Think of protein, fiber, and fluid volume as the trifecta for meals that support weight loss goals.I often have this for dinner, but it works wonderfully as a lunch prep as well. Heat it in the morning, pop it in a thermos, and you’ll have a hot meal waiting for you at lunch. This is a great solution for those who don’t have a way to heat food at their workplace.A warm thermos of soup is also a great thing to have on long commutes or when you’ll be traveling. Having a soup that is both healthy and delicious on hand makes it much easier to skip the fast food drive-thru. A wide-mouth thermos is a small investment that you’ll likely find yourself using for many years.Nutrition information is for one serving.