Fall Soup Recipes You'll Want to Try
Colorful leaves, brisk breezes, and cozy sweaters. Fall is finally here! Every year around this time, I start cooking and baking meals with seasonal flair to celebrate the changing season. Soup always finds its way onto my autumnal menus. Soup not only warms you from the inside out, but also is nostalgic, cozy, and - admittedly - pretty straightforward to make. Here are some sapid soup recipes to warm your palette this season.
This silky smooth carrot butternut soup uses a variety of vegetables, like onions, carrots, and squash. Perhaps the best part is that it’s so easy to make - simply prepare the ingredients in your slow cooker and sit back as it fills your home with rich aromas. Top it off with pepitas, sesame seeds, and cinnamon.
This soup is a revamped classic chicken and wild rice soup. It replaces chicken with tons of seasonal veggies and adds bold and savory seasonings. Overall, it’s a creamy and comforting dish you’ll find yourself craving every time you see the leaves start to turn.
Shiromiso Tonjiru is a Japanese pork miso that is both wholesome and delicious. It’s sweet, rich, creamy, and takes just about 30 minutes to throw together.
White Bean Kale Soup
The stars of this hearty and healthy soup are coconut milk, vegetables, and white beans. The combination creates a hearty and healthy soup that is completely vegan and looks as good as it tastes.
Combat cold and flu season with this zesty soup, which is jam-packed with nutrition. Ginger, garlic, cilantro, lemon, and apple cider vinegar season the dish while packing a nutritious punch. The green plantains round it out to make it filling enough to be a standalone dish.
In case you didn’t know, a winter melon is a large gourd with a mellow taste. This famous dish pairs it with Chinese meatballs to create a light and warming soup, perfect for those early chilly days of fall.
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