Sip, slurp and savor! Nothing beats the cold winter months like a warming soup or stew! And as you don your fluffiest socks and look for warmth, just grab a bowl and settle in for the ultimate servings of sizzling hot soups. With meat stews and veggie soups, your favorite one-bowl meal is sure to brim with flavor. Also, if you’re looking for a variety of vegan or hearty meat winter soup recipes, here is an exotic collection. Perhaps, there is something for every preference and many of these dishes can be made in just 30 minutes! Need more soup in your life?
Spicy Sweet Potato Soup
The perfect blend of sweet and spicy, this soup is the best winter warmer you need. Pumpkin and sweet potatoes roasted and puréed for a smooth and luscious texture. Packed with veggies and seasoned with Cajun, the spices well complement the puree and add loads of flavor giving a perfect kick. Extremely nutritious, it’s a quick and easy meal on the table; sure to leave you feeling warmed and ready to face the day!
Creamy Almond Soup
This creamy, rich soup is a must-try for nut lovers! Warm, toasty almonds with a splash of cream make this soup perfect for cold wintry evenings! Pour a bit of white sauce to add volume to the almond paste, a dash of pepper to enhance the flavor and this creamy almond soup is all set to stand out in your platter. Garnish with almond silvers and serve hot with starters like baked cheese and veg corn cutlets.
Cauliflower Soup with Saffron and Toasted Almonds
A family favorite recipe! Cauliflowers are in and if you’re a cream soup fan this is a must try. Light and super creamy, the cauliflower soup is delicately flavored with saffron and has a nice nutty contrast from the toasted almonds. Sprinkle saffron, a thread or two to give it a soft, glowing hue. It goes well with a nice crusty bread!
Asparagus & Baby Corn Soup
You will love the cream! Light yet filling, this asparagus soup is pure comfort in a bowl and very easy to make. Paired with fresh corn and seasoned with asparagus, this refreshing soup is both a savory and sweet treat. Drizzle a little sour cream on top and it’s ready to be served with sandwich or and salad.
Tomato Soup with Cheesy Croutons
No winter is complete without this food classic when you’re craving for a big bowl of comfort. Bursting with flavors of fresh tomatoes, basil and garlic, the creamy tomato soup is your childhood favorite all grown up. Serve it with a swirl of cream and fresh basil. Best, get some grilled cheese and dunk it in this soup, your wintry day will get even better!
Thick and brothy! Brimming with chunks of beet, parsnips, turnip, celery and slices of kielbasa. Give a finishing touch to this earthy beet soup with a splash of sour cream and fresh dill. Serve hot with plenty of crusty bread for an appetizing wintry dinner.
Classic Chicken Noodle Soup
One of the sweetest memories of grandmother’s cooking! Classic, comforting and easy to make. This classic chicken noodle soup gets its deeply flavorful broth from a whole chicken seasoned with few vegetables and noodles. Shreds of chicken, carrots and delicate herbs are spiralled with noodles for a classic broth that looks and smells vibrant and fresh. Serve with garlic bread or crackers.
Spicy Red Lentil Soup
Simply delicious and hard to resist! This spiced lentil soup has layers of taste. Rich in texture and so full of flavors from the sweet coconut milk and intense ginger and garlic that it can make the complete standalone meal. With spicy and savory topping of butter and spices, it’s perfect with a squeeze of lemon to brighten things up!
Green Pea and Baby Spinach Soup
A healthy twist to the classic pea soup. Packed with goodness of greens, this rich and creamy soup, with a touch of nutmeg is a classic combination. Serve with a swirl of cream and some crusty bread.
Thai Shrimp and Coconut Soup
For sea foodies, this soup is flavor-packed and satisfying for a complete meal. Made with succulent shrimp, creamy coconut milk, veggies, and rice noodles. Flavor it with fragrant Thai red curry spices and lemongrass, garnish with plenty of shrimp. Best of all, it’s super simple to make and ready to serve in just 15 minutes.