Top Rated Soup Recipes

wonton soup
Cantonese Wonton Noodle Soup is such a basic, no-brainer bowl of noodles that you’ll find at most Cantonese restaurants. But if you’re not near a Chinatown or Cantonese place, you’ll definitely want to give it a try at home. It’s so easy to put together!This recipe is courtesy of thewoksoflife.com
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carrot soup
A root vegetable with origins in Asia, the carrot is rich in beta-carotene, vitamin A, minerals, and antioxidants. Carrots are one of the highest vegetable sources of vitamin A — two carrots yield roughly four times the recommended daily allowance.
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Yucatán Chicken and Lime Soup
I love making everyday dishes in other countries because what seems ordinary when viewed through our looking glass becomes so different given another country’s flavor palate.  Plus, I love every day. It’s what life is really made of (#deepthoughts). Chicken soup is definitely one of my favorite dishes to reinvent because it’s healthy, comforting and usually very easy, no matter where on the globe you happen to land.This one is no exception, but it does require making your own stock. I know, I know…sometimes you just want to use canned and that’s okay.  Sometimes. In fact, I almost went that route this time. I stood in front of the boxed broth for, no joke, about 3 minutes weighing the pros and cons of doing so for this dish, but given the unique ingredients and methodology required for this particular stock, I decided to suck it up and just do it myself. It wasn’t even a meat stock. It was a veggie stock.  Self, I said, take your lazy pants off.Sopa de Lima is a specialty of the Yucatán given the plethora of limes on the peninsula and the magic, I think, is in the aforementioned stock. This stock is built on pan-roasted (you’ll see in the recipe below) onions and garlic, peppers, limes and spices, and once it’s all melded and happy and cooked through, it packs a spicy punch that will clear your sinuses and wake up your taste buds in a way that no other chicken soup does.  It’s topped with a garnish of lime slices, queso fresca, cilantro and fried tortilla strips for some crunch.  Chicken soup, redefined.For more great recipes like this one, visit the The Hungary Buddha. 
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soup
The benefits of coconut milk are that it’s packed with saturated fats. That’s the good kind of fat that’ll leave you wanting a bit more of this silky soup!
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Roasted Duck Noodle Soup
This recipe is great for any home cook interested in making an authentic dish from Thailand. The roasted duck is rich and flavorful thanks to soy sauce and fragrant spices, and the noodle soup uses fresh cilantro for a bright finish. This delicious recipe is courtesy of Thailand: The Cookbook, THE definitive Thai Cookbook.     
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Bean and Tomato Soup
An easy, vegetarian soup to warm you up on the cold days of winter. Soak the beans overnight or substitute canned beans, adding in at the end of the recipe. This recipe comes from Pereg Gourmet. Click Here to See More Soup Recipes
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Swiss Chard Soup
Sometimes it’s nice to just eat a simple soup that shows off the flavor of the main ingredient. No bells, no whistles, no extra spices, twists, or complicated techniques. That’s the case with this Swiss chard soup. A simple onion, carrot, celery, and garlic base reinforced with chicken stock and, of course, the chard, makes for a bright, belly-warming winter meal. Great on its own, this healthy soup is made a little more indulgent with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream, more texturally complex with chickpea croutons, and heartier with some slices of ancho-rubbed grilled turkey. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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Soft Tofu and Vegetable Soup
I love soft silken tofu, and this spicy soup is surprisingly addictive. The mushroom stock gives this stew, or jjigae, a deep earthy taste and complexity. The sweet zucchini and the creamy egg cut the spiciness as well. This is one of my favorite jiggaes and it is so good for you; perfect for a cold winter’s evening. — Judy Joo, host of Cooking Channel’s new series Korean Food Made Simple Click Here to See More Soup Recipes  
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Asellina Roasted Tomato Soup
Roasting tomatoes for this soup intensifies flavors and makes this a perfect, warming dish throughout the chilly winter. It can be found on the lunch menu at Asellina Ristorante in New York City. Click Here to See More Soup Recipes  
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As an Italian, I love making this soup in the morning and letting it simmer throughout the day. Sometimes I use beef meatballs and other times I use ground turkey.  It really depends on what I have on hand or what I'm in the mood for.  Either way this is a delicous and hearty soup to enjoy for lunch or dinner (even a snack). Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.        
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Incredibly flavorful and easy to make, this is an extraordinarily delicious recipe of the Jewish food classic. This recipe substitutes the traditional schmaltz with duck fat for a richer and more indulgent soup.
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