Immune Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup Jars
Fight off colds and flu with our Immune Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup Jars. This recipe harnesses the power of turmeric, ginger, and garlic for a flavorful and health-boosting meal that’s perfect for the office during flu season
These Immune-Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup Jars are your secret weapon for dodging those seasonal bugs, whether you’re at the office or relaxing at home. Packed with powerful cold-fighting ingredients like turmeric, black pepper, ginger, and garlic, they’re like a comforting shield for your immune system. In just 20 minutes, you’ll have a customizable bowl of goodness that’s as easy to personalize as your favourite playlist.
What Is A Meal Prep Soup Jar
These Immune Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup Jars are simply a grown-up version of classic pot noodles, upgraded with extra deliciousness and a powerful immune-boosting punch.
To a wide-mouth mason jar add hot water, then set it aside for 10 minutes to allow the noodles and veg to soften. Give the jar a stir, and let the wholesome ingredients work their magic. It’s as effortless as it is convenient, making it your go-to defence against those pesky seasonal sniffles
The Immune Superheroes in Your Pantry
Turmeric: The Golden Elixir
Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is a powerhouse of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. In traditional medicine its known for its potential to reduce cold symptoms and support recovery.
Black Pepper: The Curcumin Enhancer
Piperine in black pepper enhances the absorption of curcumin from turmeric, maximizing its purported healing potential.
Ginger: Nature’s Healer
Ginger boasts natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, making it a trusted remedy for colds.Ginger soothes a sore throat and eases congestion, whilst adding delightful flavour to the soup.
Garlic: The Flavorful Fighter
As well as being delicious, garlic is a potent source of antioxidants. Allicin, a compound in garlic, is believed to reduce the severity and duration of cold symptoms.
Miso: Fermented Flavor
Miso paste is packed with vitamins and minerals such as vitamin K, manganese, zinc, protein, and calcium, benefiting bone health and the nervous system. Its high probiotic content promotes a healthy gut, enhancing digestion and overall well-being
In this recipe, these ingredients are more than just taste enhancers – they’re your allies in the fight against cold symptoms. Together, they create a delicious, comforting, and health-boosting soup that provides warmth and wellness during flu season.
How To Enjoy Immune-Boosting Chicken Noodle Soup Jars
First, remove the microwave-safe safe mason jar from the fridge and fill it with room temperature water. Adding hot water to a cold jar could cause it to crack.
Seal the lid snugly, give it a good shake to blend the soup base, miso and water. Remove the metal lid, then pop the jar into the microwave for 2 minutes or until hot. Check the noodles. They should be so pliable and cooked through. If not, allow the jar to rest on the counter for a minute or two.
If your jar is at room temperature, you can safely use boiling water and let it sit for 9-10 minutes to cook the noodles to perfection.
If you loved this recipe why not try our other recipes from soup week? Love homemade noodles, but hate the fuss of making them? Try this Chicken Soup with Scissor Noodles, which take only 5 minutes to make. Or how about our Twice Baked Potato Soup with crispy potato skin topper or Miso French Onion Soup? Whatever you pick, its sure to be comforting and delcious.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this gluten-free?
Most rice noodles are gluten-free, but best check the package to be sure.
Can I make this vegan?
This recipe is easily adapted to a vegan diet. Simply leave out the chicken and replace it with a vegan protein of choice like tofu.
Can I use other vegetables in my soup jars?
Certainly! You have plenty of options to tweak your soup jars to your liking. Here are some tasty substitutions:
Instead of kale, consider using other leafy greens like chard, baby spinach, or even frozen spinach.
Swap out corn and sugar snap peas with thinly sliced peppers, broccoli, green beans, zucchini, shredded carrots, or a few dried mushrooms If you’re looking for a pantry-friendly option, frozen vegetables come to the rescue. You can add frozen spinach or a handful of frozen stir-fry veggies in place of the suggestions above. Just keep in mind that frozen vegetables may chill the boiling water, so you might want to give the jar a quick spin in the microwave to ensure everything’s heated through. Oh, and don’t forget to remove the metal lid before microwaving