Bondi Junction Sydney Nutritionist “Broccoli, Pea & Mint Soup Recipe”

Bondi Junction Sydney Nutritionist "Broccoli, Pea & Mint Soup Recipe"

Bondi Junction Sydney Nutritionist “Broccoli, Pea & Mint Soup Recipe”

Zak Sztor Nutritionist Family Kitchen


Bondi Junction Sydney Nutritionist:Broccoli, Pea & Mint Soup Recipe

Bondi Junction Nutritionist; This soup is a great winter warmer. It’s a great source of vitamin C, and supplies plenty of beta-carotene. Which all support a healthy immune system. It is also full of fibre which will help support your digestive system. 

Ingredients For My Healthy Broccoli Pea & Mint Soup Recipe

4-5 serves

  • Broccoli- 1 head, cut into florets
  • Peas- 2 cups/ 280g
  • 2 Chicken breast roughly chopped
  • 1 Leek roughly chopped
  • 2 Cloves of garlic crushed
  • 1/2 cup of fresh mint (or dry)
  • Vegetable stock or make your own – 2 cups/ 500ml
  • 2 Cups of water
  •  2 tbsp. olive oil 
  • Salt & Pepper – To season


  • Toasted pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds to garnish


The Steps To Make My Healthy Broccoli Pea & Mint Soup Recipe


Step 1:Wash your hands.

Step 2:Place all the ingredients you need in front of you.

Step 3:Heat the olive oil on medium heat in your stockpot

Step 4:Fry the roughly chopped leeks until translucent and add the garlic, peas, broccoli florets and mint.

Step 5:Cover the ingredients and stir occasionally for about 2-3 minutes.

Step 6:Add the chopped chicken breast stir for a further 2-3 minutes.

Step 7:Pour in your stock and water then bring to boil. Once boiling reduces the heat and simmer covered for 20 minutes or until the broccoli is very tender, and or the chicken is cooked right through.

Step 8;Turn off the heat and let the soup cool down for a few minutes.

Step 9:Then purée the ingredients with a hand blender in the stockpot or puree in batches in your blender but leave a bit of texture.

Step 10:Return the soup to a clean pan, season with salt and pepper and heat through without boiling.

Step 11: Toasted pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds to garnish, optional.



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