Learn how to make beetroot soup with either an Instant Pot or on the stovetop. This soup is made with fresh apples and carrots and is topped with a delectable (yet easy) hemp seed cream.
A fun, experimental, multi-layered Thai soup that has all the complex flavors that you'd find at your local Thai restaurant. The recipe is vegetarian and vegan, too!
What better way to prepare for winter than to prepare a hearty stew? Here is a brief history of this nourishing meal and a collection of recipes from the Carb Diva files.
Celery and turkey are both hugely underutilised ingredients. One is largely confined to stocks, the other to seasonal celebrations. These soup recipes celebrate celery and turkey all year round.
Want more veggies, but fewer salads? Try this no-cream, cream of mushroom soup! It's 100% plant-based, delicious, satisfying, and filling. There is NO oil, NO other added fats, and NO thickening agents like flour or corn starch used in this recipe. This soup is also gluten free!
When I started cooking for my husband and me, it was a struggle to find recipes that we both enjoyed. We need to eat more vegetables, which is not a problem for me, but my husband hates just about every vegetable in existence! This recipe, though, is a game-changer.
Enjoy this sweet and sour stew featuring slowly stewed plantains with cubed pork over a bed of rice.
This thick, pureed spinach-carrot soup is a soothing and delightful appetizer. Making it is quick and easy; the recipe requires only a few simple ingredients.
Chicken broth or stock is usually enhanced with carrot, onion, celery, and seasoning. If you don't have the vegetables, however, it is still possible to make a very acceptable pot of chicken broth. I'm here to reveal my secrets.
There's nothing more comforting than a delicious bowl of hearty stew on a cold day. I don't know why I had never thought of serving it with potato gnocchi before. Who knew it could be so flavorful?
Stay healthy with this mouth-watering vegetable soup recipe chock full of antioxidants. Easy to make, and cooks in about 45 minutes. The longer you let this soup simmer, the more flavor it gives.
Here's how to make traditional Jewish chicken soup for holidays, times when you are sniffling and sneezing, or whenever you need some comfort food and a hug from Grandma.