• Lamb & Pearl Barley Soup

    You can use lamb meatballs or any other part of the lamb. And for the vegetables, you can use only onions and carrots.
  • Caldo Verde – Authentic Portuguese Soup

    Whether you’re throwing a party of your own or just want to bring a bit of Portuguese flavour into your life, try this great soup based on a combination of just a few simple ingredients. Enjoy Caldo Verde accompanied by high-quality chorizo and olives to snack on…
  • Sorrel Soup

    This beautiful and healthy soup is very famous early spring soup in Eastern European countries. The various herbs can be added while the sour cream and chopped egg garnish sets off the dish beautifully.
  • Vegetable & Tofu Pho

    Ginger and star anise lend their unique flavours to this variation of the Vietnamese noodle soup.
  • Lentil & Ham Hock Soup

    Enjoy this traditional simple hearty lentil and ham hock Scottish soup, infused with extra flavour from using a homemade ham hock stock.
  • Pelmeni - Dumpling Soup

    If you have frozen pelmeni--koldunai--dumplings and have frozen, there longer way to go to the soup!
  • Smooth Beetroot Soup

    This vibrant and low calories soup has a wonderful colour and packed with goodness too.
  • Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup

    Vietnamese chicken noodle soup with ramen noodles, ginger, bok choy and fresh sprouts is such a delicious take on chicken soup. Serve it with jalapeño peppers, spring onions and cilantro if you wish. If your supermarket carries fresh bean sprouts then definitely take advantage of them. They’re going to be fresher and much tastier. Lightly adapted from: Nigella Lawson.
  • Ham and Lentil Soup

    Enjoy making this hearty ham and lentil soup, complete with vegetables and seasoned with garlic and bay leaves.
  • Cheddar Ale Soup

    You can’t go wrong here, really, if you like beer and cheese.
  • Sausage & Tortellini Soup

    Enjoy this Italian style fast weeknight dinner! This soup reheats very well, but you will need to add additional liquid (either chicken broth or water, your choice) because the tortellini will continue to absorb liquid as it sits. if you use a mild sausage, you may also want to season with a pinch of red pepper flakes but it necessary with the spicy sausage.
  • Jerusalem Artichoke & Apple Soup

    Ever wondered what you could do with Jerusalem artichokes? You don’t even need to peel it because the best nutrients are in the skin.
  • White Bean & Ham Soup

    I recommend using shanks for this recipe if you have a choice. If you use ham hocks and you would like a meaty soup, you may want to add some chopped ham steak to the soup. This recipe uses smoked ham shanks or ham hocks to create the rich broth for the soup.
  • Beef Noodle Soup

    Enjoy fantastic winter warmer, originated from Vietnam.
  • Butternut Squash Noodle Soup

    Enjoy sweet bits of tender, caramelized butternut squash along with ditalini pasta and a few handfuls of leafy kale.
  • Minestrone Soup with Courgettes

    Simple, lovely soup, where flavours speak for themselves.
  • Mushroom & Noodle Soup

    Placing raw beansprouts and spring onions into the soup bowl and then pouring hot stock on top means your beansprouts stay crunchy and the fragrance from the spring onions is released just before serving.
  • Crockpot Lentil Soup

    Nothing special about this crockpot bowl of soup is topped with a few thick chunks of Parmesan cheese and served with that addicting crusty bread. However, sooo good.
  • Classic Ukrainian Borscht

    As the main dish of Ukrainian cuisine, borscht has endless recipes. They often differ even in neighbouring villages of the same region, not even mentioning different cooks. However, there are common regional recipes of borscht - for instance, Odesa borscht with sweet pepper, cabbage-free Lvov borscht or Polissya borscht with mushrooms.
  • Beef, Leek & Barley Soup

    Who would resist a spoonful of good beef broth soup... filling, healthy, warming and delicious.
  • Silky Cauliflower Soup

    Simple but lovely cauliflower soup.
  • Chicken Curry Soup

    Feel free to substitute chickpeas or white beans in place of chicken, to make this soup vegetarian/vegan.
  • Mexican Lentil Soup

    Enjoy this hearty Mexican lentil soup with sautéed onions, carrots, tomatoes and bacon. It’s a nice meal itself or a great side dish when served in smaller portions. It keeps well in the fridge, so you can prepare it in advance and enjoy all week long.
  • Broccoli & Pea Soup

    Handful or two of garden peas does wonders for a broccoli soup. Peas adds an earthy freshness and, of course, a really appealing sweetness.
  • Shchi

    Lovely soup which is one of the favourites in Russian cuisine. It could be made with raw white cabbage or sauerkraut.
  • Lamb & Vegetable Soup - Shurpa

    This lamb and veg soup is well known in central Asia. There are different types of shurpa and you can use different vegetables. There many different types of shurpa, do not get surprised if come across. Here the one with relatively basic ingredients as most often there are chickpeas (garbanzo beans) added to give it an authentic taste. However not everyone likes them but please feel free to add them if you want.
  • Beef & Rice Soup - Uzbek Style

    Enjoy this traditional old version of Uzbek soup - Mastava. The soup is warming, refreshing and easy to put together. Mastava is best to be served with dollop of Greek yoghurt and with addition of fresh or dry herbs of your preference. The key is to allow enough time for the initial boiling, where the meat (preferably on the bone) releases its juices and gives a great taste to the soup.
  • Spring Pea & Miso Soup

    Served in small bowls, it makes a perfect starter. Taste like of pea and ham soup, but with a lighter feel.
  • Leek & Potato Soup with Turmeric

    Who can resist good soup in a cold winter days?! Here is a recipe of healthy, creamy and nutritious soup.
  • Chicken Soup with Egg Drops

    This soup is made from basic homemade chicken broth which can be expanded upon adding celery, carrots, etc and can be used in a variety of recipes. Vegetables in the recipe could be substituted with what you have on hand. Anything to add colour and nutrition. But for making your own broth you do want the basic onions, celery and carrots.
  • Yellow Split Pea Soup

    Easy and great pea soup recipe. Add ham or kielbasa or add frozen mixed veg sometimes, too. Remind of a tin of store bought - flavour and consistency is perfect,
  • Spicy Broccoli Soup

    Delicious and healthy broccoli soup, loaded with beautiful spices - cinnamon, ginger and turmeric, fragrant and so tasty.
  • Sausage & Ravioli Soup

    My son helped me put this soup together. He told me what he wanted in the soup and we made it together. If the soup thickens up overnight in the refridgerator, just thin it out with more beef base and water. Enjoy!
  • Cauliflower & Leek Soup

    Simple and healthy vegetable soup.
  • Cream of Wild Mushroom Soup

    Lovely wild mushroom soup, enjoy with garlic bread.
  • Cauliflower Soup

    Like most of any kind of soup you think not worth posting and this one just seemed too odd to pass up as well. However it worth it.
  • German Potato & Sausage Soup

    When we were visiting Germany, we had lunch at a restaurant in Potsdam, where we had this wonderful potato and sausage soup. Yesterday was rainy and cool, so it was a perfect day for soup.
  • Creamy Salmon Soup

    This velvety salmon soup with vegetables can be ready to serve in about half an hour. It’s a great warm-up for a chilly day. You might accompany it with crisp crackers or crusty bread and a platter of sliced tomatoes.
  • Creamy Ham, Potato & Corn Chowder

    Go ahead, make the soup for those chilly and damp days.
  • Bean & Pasta Soup - Pasta e Fagioli

    Pasta e fagioli is a great example of how simple ingredients can be transformed into something nice and tasty. A simple combination of cannellini beans, pancetta and pasta in a hearty broth make a lovely and comforting dish,
  • Basic Pumpkin Soup

    The smooth and creamy taste of this wonderful simple soup is achieved through baking the pumpkin in foil parcels with thyme and butter.
  • Roast Chicken, Vegetable & Noodle Soup

    Brilliant way to use up leftover chicken from yesterday’s roast. Quick to cook and serve with a fresh, crusty baguette.
  • Chicken Meatballs in Spring Vegetable Broth

    For this soup recipe, the meatballs are poached instead of browning. This keeps them tender and their flavour light, which is ideal for seasonal dish.
  • Spiced Pumpkin Soup

    Great presentation velvety spiced pumpkin soup and it also makes an excellent lunch, served in bowls, with buttered bread.
  • Spicy Carrot & Lentil Soup

    Lovely warming carrot and lentil soup is perfect if you're looking for an easy and healthy lunch. Serve it with a hunk of crusty bread and a dollop of Greek yoghurt for a simple meal or winter warmer.
  • Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup

    Puréed potatoes give this healthy vegan cream of broccoli soup a wonderfuly silky texture without a cream . It's a great idea for any dairy-based soup that you'd like to make without any animal products.
  • Zucchini & Basil Soup

    This fantastic summer soup can be served hot or cold. In bowls, coffee mugs, hollowed out zucchini cups, or any way you like.
  • Mustard Soup

    You will only need a handful of ingredients to prepare this Dutch style mustard soup, so there is a good chance that you accomplish it even without going to the shops. If you have never heard or tasted of mustard soup before, don’t let the idea of it scare you away. It is not as sharp or overpowering as you maybe think and, it’s within your control as to how much mustard you add to it you will end with amazing result.
  • Cauliflower & Potato Soup

    Cauliflower and potato soup, packed with nutrients and flavour, as well as being super simple to whip up, this one's a winner.
  • Creamy Salmon & Shrimp Soup

    Basic fish soup with very little preparation but very tasty and flavourful.