Diabetic Vegetarian Recipe: Hungarian Soup



http://diabeticsurvivalkit.com This is one of Tova’s favorite soups to make: it’s easy, hearty, delicious, and you won’t get tired of the leftovers! The caraway seeds add extra depth to the soup, and pureeing only half of it gives it a wonderful texture without that “baby food” feel of some pureed soups. This is a great vegetarian diabetic recipe or vegan diabetic recipe, and it’s all-around healthfulness and flavor are sure to please your whole family. Here’s to a happier and healthier you! If you like the recipe or have a question, please let Tova know by leaving a comment below!

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  • Thanks for the recipe, I feel it is going to be hard to be a vegetarian diabetic maintaining a low A1C

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  • You're welcome! This is one of my favorite soups, and can be altered based on what leftover veggies you have handy. I hope you both enjoy it! -Tova

  • Thank you so much for these videos 🙂 I live with a vegetarian and diabetic so It's always difficult to find something that both of them can eat that isn't gross and bland 🙁

  • The great thing about soups like this one is that you can customize them to suit your needs and tastes! If you leave out the potatoes, then the soup won't get as much texture out of the half that you puree, but it will still taste good. Another option when you leave out the potatoes is to skip the puree step altogether and eat it as a vegetable soup in broth. Eliminating the potatoes reduces the number of carbohydrates in the recipe as well! Enjoy, and let me know how it turns out! – Tova

  • Never really been a fan of potatoes in general, how would this turn out if skipping the potatoes? Or would you not recommend?