Tomato and Red Bean Soup

Are you longing for a hearty soup? Make the most simple and savory vegetarian soup, using only two basic ingredients: tomatoes and red beans. The tomatoes add sweetness to the soup and the red beans loads it with proteins. And the best part is yet to come: the soup is infused with garlic, basil and balsamic vinegar.

Egg Drop Soup

Egg drop soup is a traditional Chinese dish of beaten eggs cooked in hot chicken stock. In time, the classic recipe suffered various changes, but the main principles remain! Spring onion is a must!

Turkey and Coconut Milk Soup

If you’re making soups and time is not on your side, you can skip some steps by using leftovers. They are already cooked and you can spare a significant amount of time. Use turkey leftovers to make this savory soup, with lots of veggies, and some exotic flavors like coconut milk!

Pork Ball Noodle Soup

Inspired from Asian cuisine, this pork ball noodle soup is a perfect lunch idea. Cooking it is very simple, so even if you’re not that experienced in making soups, it shouldn’t be a big deal for you. You will surely enjoy it because it’s warm, spicy, and full of flavor!

Miso Soup With Tofu and Cabbage

Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of miso paste mixed with stock. Many ingredients are then added depending on the season, region, and, of course, preference. Our version has cabbage, tofu, veggies, and, a touch of spices. Along with a rice cake, it’s the main part of a traditional Japanese breakfast!

Asian Vegetable Soup

You can always count on Asian cuisine to be full of fresh, simple ingredients, paired with spicy, intense flavors. Try making this warm, cozy soup, with plenty of Asian greens, and a few spices to bring out that nice, exotic flavor. It’s ready in just half an hour, so it’s also a quick meal!

Soya Chunks Soup

When holding a vegetarian diet, there are lots of ingredients that can replace meat. Take soya chunks for example, which can be used for their high protein content. Moreover, soya is so versatile, that you can add it in all kinds of dishes. Our favorite recipe is this soup, made with soya chunks, lots of veggies and a touch of heavy cream.

Asian-Style Egg Drop Soup With Noodles

Cold, freezing weather goes well with warm recipes, to turn you back from icicle to beautiful human being. Try this traditional Chinese egg drop soup with rice noodles, spring onions, and some soy sauce. Its flavors and nutrients will bring back your smile!

Fish Soup With Dill and Parmesan

Fish soup has a strong flavor. And that’s perfectly understandable! But you can make it even better with some fresh dill. Want to make it perfect? Sprinkle some grated parmesan on it just before serving! And don’t forget that fish soup is delicious warm or cold!

Fish and Vegetables Soup

There are many types of fish soup, which originate from different countries. But we think none of them is easier to make than this one. All you need is some fish, onion, carrots, potatoes, and parsley! Even if there are only a few ingredients, we guarantee the taste is delicious!

Spiced Pumpkin Soup

This spiced pumpkin soup is just what you need to get you in the mood for this year’s Halloween! And since it’s pumpkin season, it’s also a great opportunity for you to cook it. Bring on some spicy exotic flavors, like ginger, seven spices, and chili and we’re sure you will enjoy it for years to come. As a tip, you can use the hallowed out pumpkin shell as a bowl when serving the soup.

Beef Noodle Soup

This recipe may seem like something you usually eat at a restaurant but now you can try it at home and for sure the result will be better. Also in just 25 minutes you will have a nice, savory soup you will most definitely enjoy!

Scroll to Top