My husband had to go have some lab work done for his doctor this morning so he volunteered to get my groceries on the way home. Of course, it started raining, is a might chilly out as well, so when I asked him what he wanted for lunch today, I wasn’t surprised he said soup! Well, since I’m always trying to use up leftovers and one-of’s in the fridge, I put together what turned out to be a very tasty soup! My husband was doubtful when I said what all I was throwing into the pot, but ended up eating TWO bowls of it, so clearly not a problem for his palate. LOL
What I had to work with was a small piece of a smoked sausage rope, 1 baked chicken thigh, half of a large yellow squash, and some fresh kale. Also had in my freezer the cooking pan juices from my last batch of Montreal Baked Chicken (I always save it for just such uses) and homemade chicken broth that is always in my freezer. VOILA! A delightful lunch fit for a chilly, rainy day that you can have once you get to phase 2 of Atkins.
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3 T. unsalted butter
2 oz. onion, chopped
1 c. chicken meat, pre-cooked, chopped
4″ piece smoked sausage (beef or pork), sliced
1 can Eden soy black beans, with juice (not regular, high-carb black beans!)
2 large kale leaves, stemmed, rinsed and chopped
3 oz. yellow summer squash, diced or sliced
3 c. homemade chicken broth (mine is just chicken boiled in water)
¼-½ tsp. my homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning
¼-½ tsp. Sriracha Chili sauce (or other hot sauce to taste)
DIRECTIONS: Melt the butter in a soup pot over high heat and saute the onions until they begin to brown. Add the sausage and squash and saute until all are partially cooked. Add all remaining ingredients and bring to just a simmer for about 15 minutes or just until the kale is just done. Add salt to taste only if the sausage hasn’t already made the soup salty enough for your palate.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 4 servings (large bowls), each contains:
385 cals, 27 g fat, 12.25g carbs, 6.27g fiber, 5.98g NET CARBS, 21.4g protein, 485 mg sodium