Posted on Jan 13, 2017
Nothing beats a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day! January is National Soup Month and we’re celebrating by sharing our favorite sorghum soup recipes. Did you know sorghum is a healthy ingredient you can add to your favorite soups? Sorghum has a neutral, nutty profile, which allows the grain to absorb the flavors of spices and vegetables added to your soup, creating a hearty dish that tastes delicious! Plus, sorghum will maintain its texture and won’t get soggy.
There is a lot of flexibility in adding sorghum to your favorite soup. Check out these tips to get started:
Save time in the kitchen by using prepared sorghum. Simply take your cooked grain out of the refrigerator or freezer, thaw (if frozen) and add to your soup recipe.
Cook your soup in a pressure cooker. This can reduce cooking time nearly in half.
Try making your soup in a slow cooker. Slow cookers provide the convenience of preparing easy, delicious meals ahead of time and then allowing them to cook while you're away.
Prepare a larger batch of soup and portion it out into freezer containers. Freeze your soup for an easy meal later.
Take a look at these delicious soup recipes! They are perfect to celebrate National Soup Month!
Chicken, Leek and Sorghum Soup - Fiona Green
Escarole, Sorghum and Bean Soup - Triad to Wellness
Kale, White Bean and Tomato Sorghum Soup - Lauren Harris-Pincus
Sorghum Lentil Soup - Wondergrain
Ham, Kale and Sorghum Soup - Nu Life Market
Turkey, Kale and Sorghum Soup - 80Twenty
Tuscan Chicken and Sorghum Soup - Holly Grainger
Kielbasa Sorghum Soup - Hodgson Mill
Chickpea, Sorghum Saffron Soup with Mint Pesto - Allison Day, Yummy Beet