Next time you’re feeling undernourished or under the weather, warm up with a bowl of this flavorful and fragrant Curried Vegetable Dahl. This recipe features a few of the immune boosting and anti-inflammatory ingredients I mentioned in the blog that describes foods that will boost immunity, like sweet potatoes, ginger, and turmeric (found in most curry powders). It also includes red bell pepper and spinach, which provide more immune boosting nutrients such as zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin A. It’s great served on its own or over some hot cooked basmati or jasmine rice. Leftovers are delicious too!
Serves 3-4| Recipe by Lauren Larson, MS, RDN| Inspired by Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home
Use this recipe when you’re feeling like your immune system is under attack. Make sure to include the foods to boost your immune system, as well as our top immune boosting supplements for keeping the winter illnesses away so you can enjoy your winter sports!
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