5 Delicious Low-sodium Soups

Tomato Dill Soup

This sweet and tangy soup is a breeze to make. Simply sauté onions and carrots for about five minutes, then add a can of crushed tomatoes, a can of reduced sodium chicken broth, a teaspoon of sugar to sweeten things up and a teaspoon of dried dill weed to add a little spice. Simmer and blend until you get the smooth, creamy texture you desire. It's the perfect companion to a grilled cheese sandwich.

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