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4 Vegetarian Soups from Around the World to Warm Your Soul on Chilly Days

February 5, 2013

As I type this post, I’m looking out the window in sunny Texas. I’m about to go for a jog with my family. It feels a little silly to be writing about soups that warm the soul when it’s 70 degrees out. Yet, it’s the beginning of February and I know how much of the country is snuggled inside on these cold winter days. Soup is such a comfort in the winter, so friends in colder places — these soups are for you!

These soups are all a bit unusual and from different cultures. They will take you somewhere new this winter. In that spirit… Buen Provecho.

#4 Tom Ka (Thailand) 

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Lemongrass and coconut milk make this soup special. Easy to make, but tastes very complex.

#3 Harira (Morocco) 

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The cinnamon in this soup adds a special dimension to this soup.

#2 Crushed Red Lentil Soup (Lebanon) 

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Simple but oh so good. A lot of lemon juice brightens up this dish. Serve with rice and salad for a simple meal.

#1 Fire Roasted Tomato and Chickpea Soup (Indian Spices, not a traditional Indian Dish) 

Serve with grilled cheese for a grownup indulgence!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 5, 2013 9:21 pm

    These looks delicious. Posted a link on my Facebook page.

  2. February 5, 2013 9:36 pm

    Thank you for sharing it. I enjoy your recipes, too!

  3. February 5, 2013 9:44 pm

    Mmmm, your first pic is my favorite. Best tom ka gai I ever had was in Kampala, Uganda. Thanks for the fond memories!!

    I was just talking to a friend today about needing a good lentil soup recipe, cant wait to try these

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