7 dishes against colds

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7 dishes against colds







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Everyone around you sniffles and coughs and your throat is scratching? These recipes will help you get back on your feet quickly.

The wave of colds is going on and you’ve got it? Then I have dishes for you that are light and warm from the inside.

A week of salad, soups and stews so that you get well again soon!

With their fruity taste, oranges not only harmonize excellently with pointed cabbage, but also provide you with an extra portion of vitamin C. Fresh herbs such as chives complete the all-round vitamin supply and arm your immune system against the cold winter.



Spitzkohlsalat


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Spitzkohlsalat


Quickly prepared, seasonal and full of vitamin C: Spitzkohlsalat. Photo: SevenCooks

Lentil stew with seasonal vegetables warms you from the inside and provides you with all kinds of nutrients. It is also a not too heavy meal, but it is enough to fill you up.



Indian lentil stew


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Indian lentil stew


The combination of legumes like lentils and hot ginger in the lentil stew, is ideal as a low-calorie and nutrient-rich winter dish. Photo: SevenCooks

Ginger is a popular home remedy for a cold. The essential oils of the tuber increase blood circulation and heat you up properly. In the soup, which is also refined with orange juice, a treat.



carrot-ginger soup


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carrot-ginger soup


With ginger you never go wrong with a cold: preferably in a fruity one carrot soup. Photo: SevenCooks

Cabbage in all variations is a popular winter vegetable and provides you with enough vitamin C. Refined with many spices such as ginger and turmeric, the soup is just the thing for a cold. Warm and light!



Asian cabbage soup


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Asian cabbage soup


Delicious coconut oil and Asian spices such as turmeric and ginger provide you with important nutrients for the immune system, like this one asian cabbage soup. Photo: SevenCooks

Brussels sprouts contain mustard oils, which have antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. Together with green lentils as soup and spices such as cardamom and ginger as immune boosters, you are well prepared for cold winter days.



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Ginger Brussels sprouts soup with aromatic cardamom for cold winter days. Photo: SevenCooks

Being healthy also means staying stress-free: You can do this above all if your week is well planned and prepared. With a meal prep weekly plan, you can eat yourself and your family stress-free and healthy. Lentils are also packed with healthy nutrients that provide you with essential amino acids that help build immune cells. So get to the meatballs!



Lentil cakes with cucumber salad


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Lentil cakes with cucumber salad


At the end of the recipe for Lentil cakes with cucumber salad you will find the remaining lentil recipes for a balanced meal prep week. Photo: SevenCooks

Everything healthy is combined in this soup: hot garlic with antibacterial Brussels sprouts and nutrient-rich potatoes and leeks as a soup. Well, if you don’t get back on your feet soon afterwards!



Kale soup


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Kale soup


So creamy, tasty and at the same time good against colds: Kale soup. Photo: SevenCooks

Not enough?

Then take a look at ours Immune Booster recipe collection. With one click you can save them directly in your profile!

And don’t forget, you can always cook stress-free and healthy if you prepare with a weekly meal prep plan. With just three main ingredients, you can plan a whole week ahead and stay relaxed while shopping. Have a look at ours Meal prep collection.

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