Keep your vegetarian diet filled with nutrients by combining the right ingredients into your meals like this Kale, Bean and Brown Rice Soup. Enjoy a nutrient-packed and flavorful meal by rustling up a plate of this comforting soup.
Prepare rice according to package directions.
In a large saucepan, combine sauce, beans, kale, and broth. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes. Stir in rice and enjoy!
Eating beyond meat and poultry is easier with enticing meals like this whole grains soup. Some might say that eating meatless requires more cooking time and skills, but this recipe proves them wrong!
By combining nutrient-dense ingredients, your vegetarian diet will never be lacking if you choose to cut out meat for good or eat more flexitarian. Of all the leafy greens, kale is one of our top choices to fill your meals on account of the large amounts of vitamins it carries with it. Mixed with Success® Whole Grain Brown Rice and cannellini beans, this grain and greens soup has everything you need to get your energy going.
Thanks to our high-quality pre-cooked grains, Success® sets the stage for all you cooking enthusiasts out-there! Cooking rice to perfection will be the last of your concerns with the Boil-In-Bags. In no time, you will be enjoying full meals with all the flavor, mess free, without having to measure anything out. To ace this vegetarian recipe, simply cook the brown rice following the package instructions, combine the remaining ingredients in a large saucepan, and let simmer for around 10 minutes.
For a spicier taste, use a hotter tomato sauce or serve topped with ancho chile powder or pepper flakes. If you’re more into mild soups, replace the suggested cooking base with stewed tomatoes or chunky vegetable tomato sauce.
Excited for this recipe but don’t have cannellini beans or kale on hand? Don’t worry. This soup can be easily adapted to what you have in your pantry or fridge. Spinach leaves will do the trick, and feel free to use pinto beans or kidney beans. The key is to keep the balance between grains, non-animal proteins and veggies.
Looking for more whole grain recipes? Explore our full recipe collection, from brown rice desserts to stuffed veggies.