If you are already making your own bone broth, this is a great way to serve it up to keep things interesting as you are probably drinking it everyday and if you are new to bone broth, you can check out my three ways to make bone broth here – 2 day chicken bone broth, pressure cooker bone broth or slow cooker bone broth. I always make my bone broths plain, with no salt and no vegetables so that I can freely flavour it when I am ready to serve it up or use it in any type of cooking. This ginger and turmeric soup makes a cheap, quick and filling lunch combining the anti-inflammatory properties of fresh turmeric and the gut healing properties of bone broth.
Ginger and Turmeric Soup with a bone broth base
There are only five main ingredients to make this ginger and turmeric soup – bone broth, egg, ginger, turmeric and spring onions. You can easily prep this at home and take to work in a thermos. It tastes delicious. The ginger is so warming and the benefits of bone broth and turmeric make this a super power food.
Bone broth promotes healing of the gut and aids digestion, reducing joint pain and inflammation, contains high amounts of calcium and magnesium for healthy bones, inhibits infection, fights inflammation and promotes healthy hair and nails. It’s good for you on the inside and out. Combined with the benefits of turmeric which has anti-inflammatory properties, helps improve skin conditions like eczema, aids digestion, protects the heart, is anti-cancer, improves liver function and so much more. A real bowl of goodness 🙂
Ginger and Turmeric Soup – A great way to serve bone broth
GINGER, TURMERIC & EGG SOUP
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 8-10 mins
You will need:
1 cup to 1.5 cups of bone broth (defrosted overnight in the fridge if frozen)
1 spring onion finely sliced
2 slices of ginger about 2mm thick peeled then sliced into thin strips (increase if you like)
1 inch slice of turmeric lengthways then sliced into thin strips (increase if you like)
pinch of salt and pepper
coriander to garnish (optional)
Note: I have about 1 tbsp each of ginger and fresh turmeric strips in the photo as I love ginger and turmeric, so feel free to adjust to your taste
My bowl of jelly bone broth
place broth in a small saucepan over medium heat until lightly simmering (about 6 minutes)
do not allow to boil, you should have gentle rolling bubbles only
add a pinch of salt
crack the egg and use a fork or chopsticks and swirl the egg around to break it up
remove from the heat and sprinkle in the spring onions, ginger and fresh turmeric
grind some pepper on top and enjoy!
Ginger, Turmeric & Egg Soup - A great way to serve bone broth
I am a certified Holistic Health Coach and Mother of 3. My food awakening journey starts as a cross cultured kid growing up in South West Sydney in the 80’s. Arriving as a Vietnamese refugee and immersed in the many cultures that gathered around in the suburbs meant we travelled the world in one day with our palates.