Recovery Broth/ Noodle Soup Broth

recovery broth

I have been addicted to this broth the past several days. I have made it both with fresh turmeric and with powdered- the fresh offers a much more vibrant looking broth but both are equally healing. Perfect to make extra to have to sip on or make 1/2 the recipe and make the perfect amount for a bowl of buckwheat ramen & veggies.

Recovery Broth 

6c water

½ onion, coarsely chopped

2” fresh ginger, grated

1” fresh turmeric, grated OR 1t turmeric powder

1t sesame oil

1t pink salt

Put everything in a pot, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 5-10 minutes.

Strain the broth through a fine mesh sieve into a heatproof container. Discard the vegetables. Pour the broth back into the pot and then proceed to add the sesame oil. You can add fresh veggies, cooked rice noodles, buckwheat soba or ramen. This is the simplest, most gorgeous orange broth and it is just so easy and perfect for a pick-me-up or for when you are not feeling full force to just sip on.


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Ellen Abraham

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One thought on “Recovery Broth/ Noodle Soup Broth”

  1. Reblogged this on The Vegan Love Project and commented:

    This morning I wasn’t feeling so hot and immediatley set some of this broth on the stove. I omitted the sesame oil and added tons of hot peppers- jalapeño and cherry bombs to kick out whatever creeped in…I added gluten free buckwheat noodles and ginger sautéed kale and broccoli to it for a nice boost of alkalinity.

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