"Soup puts the heart at ease, calms down the violence of hunger, eliminates the tension of the day, and awakens and refines the appetite."
— Auguste Escoffier
They say soup is good for the soul and these veggie-packed, nutritious and delicious bowls do not disappoint.
4 must-make plant-based soup recipes
Split Pea Soup
This simple recipe is not only hearty and healthy, but also incredibly satisfying. It features some very simple yet flavorful ingredients: green split peas, onions, carrots, celery, and a few herbs and spices. If you're looking to add a bit more punch to the flavor profile, explore the use of cayenne, liquid smoke or thyme. Be sure to fill your bowl to the brim to save yourself the time of going for another serving. 😉
Try the recipe: Split Pea Soup
Vegetable Corn Chowder
Is corn chowder the ultimate comfort food? This medley features crunchy textures and is packed full of flavor. To complement the corn, this dish incorporates hearty potatoes, carrots, and celery. We’re fans of making a double or triple batch, then freezing to have on hand when those snowy or rainy days come calling.
Try the recipe: Vegetable Corn Chowder
Indian-Inspired Tomato and Lentil Soup
Pops of flavor, kicks of spice, fresh curry leaves, lentils, tomatoes, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice—this soup is a game-changer. This recipe will also test your simmering skills, and can easily be doubled or tripled. Perfect for when it's gloomy outside and you just want to stay in and cozy up with a warm cup of soup.
Try the recipe: Indian-Inspired Tomato and Lentil Soup
Leek and Potato Soup
If you're looking to elevate your lunch or dinner routine, consider our Leek and Potato Soup. This sidekick could also be the BFF to your sandwich, or the first course to a special occasion dinner. While it features simple ingredients, it’s packed with a surprising amount of flavor. This is also a recipe that will help you hone your knife skills.
Try the recipe: Leek & Potato Soup
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Catherine P. ( 1yr ) – Italian Tomato flavoured soup with lots of garlic and chilli is my preference ( I have a great recipe already use) or Thai flavoured soup. but I will try the cauliflour indian flavour but not today as no cauli in fridge but I’m about to pland Brokliflower in my garden