6-Component Soups For Cold Winter Nights


4 Quick & Easy Winter Warming Soups

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The coziest plant-based soup for a cold winter’s night

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6 Easy & Delicious Winter Soup Recipes!

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3 Hearty Winter Soup Recipes | EASY + DELICIOUS

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Turkish Cold Yogurt Soup With Two Ingredients

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4 No-Cook Chilled Soups (Weight Loss Recipes)

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The favorite soup of food lovers, all tastes in one jar—Fo tiao qiang吃货馋猫们的心头爱,一个陶坛糅杂百味—佛跳墙|Liziqi

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6-Ingredient Soups For Cold Winter Nights 1 14.5-ounce can (400g) pumpkin pureé or 1 small sugar pie or kabocha pumpkin, roasted and mashed 3 tablespoons unsalted butter or olive oil, at room temperature 1 14-ounce can (412g) coconut milk 1 cup (200ml) vegetable broth or water 1 large yellow onio. I love mushroom barley soup and I was originally making one that took about 3 hours to cook. This one is so simple and easy and takes a third of the time.

If you like mushroom barley soup, you will really like this. It’s perfect for a cold winter night. Easy Thai Shrimp Soup – Found on Damn Delicious. Instant Pot 5 Spice Beef Stew found on The Cookie Rookie.

Creamy Chicken and Corn Chowder – found on Cooking Classy. Chicken Pot Pie Soup – found on Kitchen Dreaming. Taco Soup found on Together As Family. Vietnamese Beef Pho Noodle Soup – found on A Healthy Life For Me.

Spanning a detox vegetable soup that “heals all” to a spicy, garlic pepper soba soup that will perk you up, these are the 10 best soups for a cold. Go ahead and call in sick so you can cook yourself back to health with these recipes. Soups for cold winter nights. This came from the Plain Chicken blog her recipes are usually quick, easy and always delicious!

Fact: There’s nothing better on a chilly night than a big bowl of soup. But most of us don’t have a spare hour or two to spend slowly simmering a pot on the stove—especially on a weeknight. That’s where we come in, with cozy soups you can make in less than half an hour. Blanket and slippers not required, but strongly recommended. Image zoom.

View Recipe. this link opens in a new tab. Chicken broth, coconut milk, ginger, garlic, chicken, mushrooms, and a few other good things come together in a quick 15-minute prep, and simmer for about an hour. “It is. 1. Coconut Ginger Carrot Soup Creamy is where this incredible coconut ginger carrot soup recipe goes. Have your heard so many delicious flavors in one recipe title? Even better, this soup is an amazing immunity-booster just in time for cold and flu season.

2. Immune Boosting Vegetable Soup Tis the season for colds, flus, and [ ]. For those days you want to be meat-free, there’s this 15-bean soup. Use a “many-bean” soup mix and this recipe to make a satisfying lunch or dinner soup. Add crusty bread and you have a perfect meal. Add ham, sausage, chicken, or ground.

With these easy soup recipes, soothing a sore throat or warming your family up on a cold night is simpler than ever. Made with 10 ingredients or less, most of which are pantry staples you already have on hand, these simple soup recipes couldn’t.

List of related literature:

Soups include both hot and cold versions, some made with ingredients specific to a season (such as Spring Pea and Asparagus Soup in the spring and chilled Sour Cherry Soup in the summer), while others use ingredients available year round.

“The German-Jewish Cookbook: Recipes and History of a Cuisine” by Gabrielle Rossmer Gropman, Sonya Gropman
from The German-Jewish Cookbook: Recipes and History of a Cuisine
by Gabrielle Rossmer Gropman, Sonya Gropman
Brandeis University Press, 2017

Most of our soups taste terrific either hot or cold, so adjust them to the seasons.

“The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity” by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
from The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity
by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
Hay House, 2011

I have only a few examples offermented soups in this book, and these are really more concepts than recipes; you can research or buy books about raw soups and imagine the infinite number of creative concoctions you could ferment, with or without wild ingredients.

“Wildcrafted Fermentation: Exploring, Transforming, and Preserving the Wild Flavors of Your Local Terroir” by Pascal Baudar
from Wildcrafted Fermentation: Exploring, Transforming, and Preserving the Wild Flavors of Your Local Terroir
by Pascal Baudar
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2020

FREEZE-DRIED SOUPS vary greatly in quality but none of them are truly excellent.

“Cruising Chef Cookbook” by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
from Cruising Chef Cookbook
by Michael Greenwald, Marcy Raphael
Paradise Cay Publications, 2000

Hot soups need to be served very hot and any accompanying garnish should be added when serving; cold soups should be served chilled rather than at room temperature.

“Practical Professional Cookery” by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
from Practical Professional Cookery
by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
Cengage Learning, 1999

The soups are served hot in the winter and are enormously satisfying, but they can also be refreshing served cold in the summer.

“Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking” by Michael Ruhlman
from Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking
by Michael Ruhlman
Scribner, 2009

Soups and stews freeze very well and are great for batch cooking.

“Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar” by Cathy Fisher
from Straight Up Food: Delicious and Easy Plant-based Cooking without Salt, Oil or Sugar
by Cathy Fisher
Green Bite Publishing, 2016

Cold soups should be thoroughly chilled and served in chilled cups, bowls, or glasses.

“The Professional Chef” by The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
from The Professional Chef
by The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
Wiley, 2011

Soup is not just for cold winter nights, it’s great for hot summer days, too.

“The Little Paris Kitchen: 120 Simple But Classic French Recipes” by Rachel Khoo
from The Little Paris Kitchen: 120 Simple But Classic French Recipes
by Rachel Khoo
Chronicle Books LLC, 2013

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Most recipes for hearty winter vegetable soups are neither quick nor easy.

“The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You'll Ever Want to Make” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You’ll Ever Want to Make
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

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  • Just like this we made with cold yogurt and some regular spices and different things.and call it RAITA.Its super Delicious and goes very well with vegetarian food and Rice.������

  • I appreciated to my sister because she discovered you and told me. After watching your first video, I became addicted to your videos. I admire you:)

  • This is the first 佛跳牆 recipe that is not pretentious! I’m going to make this for my grandma’s birthday. I’m iffy about using sharkfin though… since it doesn’t actually contribute anything in terms of flavour. I might just cheat and use chapjae as usual.

  • Finally!
    Thanks Joanna!! These soups will prove to be a great help as i want to lose weight!
    They look delicious! I love your workout videos as well!! Thank you so much! ��

  • I have had that soup at a Renaissance event. It was fixed with added chick peas and dill. It was nice as it was very warm and the cold soup was refreshing.

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    谷歌上 “退党”一词的搜索量比平时飞涨100倍,

  • I made this for a turkish friend of mine. She was moved to tears because she didn’t have it for years and brought back nice memories.
    My husband knows it from Morocco. But there it is made with buttermilk.

  • You people eat so much nonveg food as if veg food is not at all available on this earth…but believe me.. veg food is healthier than nonveg..there is no need to kill so much animals to live healthy life..plz go vegan!!

  • Excellent videography. Your work is never something just slapped together.
    Thank you for sharing your time and talent. And we love how you
    communicate with your voice, your eyes and your hands.

  • It’s always funny for me when you post winter recipes as it’s hot and humid this time of year here in Australia�� Regardless, they all look delicious and I am keen to try them when winter comes around. Good to have you back Olga��

  • Wow, this just goes to show how easy and versatile it is basically add water + any vegetables you like, then puree. I had no idea it could be so simple, looks great, thanks Joanna!

  • Ooooo so creative! I think the spicy tomato soup and the avocado soup would be my favs! How many servings are in each one of those two? It is not listed in the description. Joanna please do a video on hot soups too!

  • I’ve always had warm soup for years since I was little of course being the norm so seeing chilled soup and you preparing these looks very appetising and very tasty and never knew you can have chilled soup. The spice tomato looks like a great soup to start off with. Thank you

  • For the past week Ive been making these soups. As of right now i already made the cucumber soup and the chick pea soup. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE BOTH OF THEM!! cant wait to make the last 2 😉

  • Joanna thank you so much for sharing these recipes. Honestly, I was a bit skeptical to try them but I just tried the “mint cucumber yoghurt” soup it tastes like tzatziki! It’s in the fridge waiting to be eaten at supper. I can’t wait to try the other 3 recipes. Great work!!

  • Oh man. I have a date coming over in a couple of days and it will be 95 degrees here. I didn’t want to cook. I’m going to try that spinach avocado soup along with some tabbouli and a charcuterie platter. No cooking!

  • Do such places really exist? where you live is really like a fairyland You are very lucky.. we live with a view of concrete walls.. goodbye ����������

  • Its still surprise me, how a lot of people don’t know about Fenoboci Diet Plan, even though lots of people get good result because of it. Thanks to my buddy who told me about Fenoboci Diet Plan, I have lost tons of weight with it without starving myself.

  • This video has great information, but I’m not sure about the best diet plan that I should work with, only because I have never used any. Anyone tried the Fenoboci Diet Plan? I have heard some folks talk about extraordinary things about Fenoboci Diet Plan.

  • What a genius idea to blend some of the chili! I’ve never heard of that before, but that would solve the problem I’m having with my chili recipe being too thin and soupy! Thanks!��

  • hiii @joanna i love ur superset videos, i’m a pear shaped lady n doing supersets lower body workout helped me to lose some fat, please upload a workout video for upper body superset to get a good toned upperbody….love u

  • Omg you r professional cook. I have watched lots of videos on YouTube of making soup and others but they don’t give the amount of ingredients and process. Your video have showed details. I love it.

  • These are amazing! Hardly can wait for my Caribbean holiday to try these cold soups (it’s freezing here so don’t feel like cold food)

  • Soaking the beans the night before helps with digestion as well. Discard the water it was soaking in, then add the beans to your recipe. If boiling the beans just on thier own, after discarding the soaked water, place in a pot and add fresh water. Personally, I enjoy black beans with coconut oil (I heat the oil first), add the beans, cover with fresh water, add salt, onion, cumin and garlic powder with oregano and a bay leaf. Last add dashes of my favorite hot sauce bring to a boil, simmer on low, and add water as needed. If pressed for time I do use semi cooked beans from a cartoon (Whole Foods 365 Organic No Salt added), do the same minus the soaking over night.

  • I suddenly want a small, kitchen top, blender. I’ve actually never owned one but I love this idea for quick, healthy meals. I tend to eat too much and sometimes unhealthy for lunch, because I’m admittedly lazy at that time of the day.

  • Sister please please can you please make a video on Turkish beef casserole (Guvec)?????? I have seen it is done on earth-ware pan. Thanks

  • I will look these up in spring… right now we are finally getting some cold weather here… our markets are full of amazing fruits and veggies and I am just craving nice hot things. Nice hot stews and soups. These look good but will save them for a time when cold food seems better… fall is my nice toasty warm time

  • WOW i have never ever have chilled soup:D i would love to try this ^^ but first i need to invest a blender ahha THANKYOU for these healthy choice tip ^^ I truely appreciate it:)

  • I noticed on one of your videos walnut cookies on a plate in the background I have some molds and would like to see your recipe they look like walnuts

  • Soup has been my go to work lunch! I’ve been in love with lentil soup, so healthy and filling. Thanks for those amazing recipes <3

  • t’s not Chinese culture or China that is admirable It’s this girl exceptionally intelligent, hardworking in the superhuman sense, have good taste, learns quickly and a perfectionist in whatever she does that is admirable.

  • Thank you for sharing this recipe ��, in lebanon we have it with boiled borgol instead and and we add garlic, i hope you will like it with garlic.

  • She helps me sleep at night she helps cause I have stress so calming though I am also a kid weird comments some like shark on and princess on

  • 5.The actual shark fin is only thin cartilage, which is cut while the shark is alive. Unable to swim effectively, sharks sink to the bottom of the ocean and die of suffocation. I strongly suggest people to use the man made shark fins that you can buy everywhere instead of the real fins. Less killing for a better ecosystem.

    As if I couldn’t admire you more

  • She’s beautiful, hard working, humble, down to earth, and amazingly talented. She deserves all the respect. People who are commenting badly about her are just jealous that they can’t even do half the things she can. Keep it up girl! You have my support as well as many many others.

  • wonderful Joanna I like this even I tried your green smoothie it was awesome..please keep sharing your wonderful tips for loising weight

  • We have something like this in India called raita. In this we finely chop cucumbers, onions and tomatoes and any other vegetable like boiled potatoes. All of these vegetables are put into a big bowl of plain, whipped yoghurt. Salt, crushed pepper / red chilli powder are added as seasoning. Finely chopped coriander and mint leaves (optional) are used as garnishing. Can be had by itself or as a side dish along with pulao (pilaaf).

  • Thanks for another amazing dish, simple and easy. I will try it, In Sha Allah. For how many days can we store the boiled wheat in fridge.

  • Ayran my only favourite drink over fizzy drinks…. i was thinking of making something like this and at right time you posted the recipe…..thanks soooooo much. One more question sister, can I add barley instead of wheat grain? Because barley cooks faster than wheat

  • Hi the soups seems delicious. M gonna try all of them. But just wanna confirm can we even use them for dinner? As some of them seems really filling??

  • Oh I can’t wait to try these! Soy cream is that what it’s called? I’m new to vegan ��. Heading to Trader Joe’s and Mother’s tomorrow.

  • Merhaba. Hope you are fine by the grace of God. Amazing recepi. I will try this tomorrow in lunch. Thanks for sharing this amazing and easy recepi. Heath to your hands. I am little poor in turkish language therefore i am writing in english. Lots of love to you from pakistan. My name is Aneeza.

  • Thank you very much for the recipes �� I am breastfeeding therefore your channel is a very important and interesting to me. Could you also do a video on main how to make a vegetable broth? That would be great because it’s difficult to find delicious and healthy recipe of veg broth.

    I am not a vegan (yet) but I am trying to incorporate more soups to my diet and these were 100% what I expected. DELICIOUS
    I can’t wait to make the 3rd one!

  • iv always been skeptical of yogurt overall joanna dear https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHm4B4YmU-0 tell me what you think of this?

  • Li…! This is awsome. I am your big fan frm Sri Lanka. We know that you are a multi talented lady. We can smell and taste ur foods via your videos. But please don’t compare Budda’s meditation with your foods. Even if you used all energetic meats for foods, you foods are not power full to break the Buddha’s meditation�� ��

  • They all look delicious, thank you��. Do you make your own vegetable broth or do you buy it? I try to make everything at home because of the additives. I have sensitivity to gluten, dairy, yeast, sugar. Plus fish and red meat, lol. That’s why I love your channel, your food is clean and delicious��

  • JazakAllah kardish good nice recipe its very healthy in summer.we alsoo use backed bringel ( egg plant) in yogurt add mint parsale in summer soo delicious afiyet olson.

  • Just gotta say I love how soothing your voice is and I’m sure your baby will be in love with that
    you just have that natural soft soothing nurturing voice that could put a grownup to sleep ������

  • I just jumped out of bed and whipped up the red lentil soup! It’ll be my lunch for the next few days or so. So good! Oh, and I stored it using my Fablunch containers. Thanks, Olga!

  • I saw the Chickpea soup, and I had all the stuff!!! So I went and made it. I’m eating right now, and it’s SOOO good! It’s like hummus soup, and I LOVE eating hummus by the spoonfull, so it’s perfect for me. It’s so amazing! Thanks, Joanna!:D

  • Merhaba
    In USA u can get it from Mideast stores HUSKED WHEAT / Brand name is BARAKA.
    It’s made In Dearborn MI.

  • Thank you so much for this! Midterms at the school I work at are next week, which means the cafeteria is closed. I was looking for something to bring with me for lunch…and this is the solution!

  • These do look yummy and healthy too. There should be some sort of service where you can get some brought round, either frozen in cubes to go in your freezer (fill up the freezer at beginning of winter) or piping hot in a wide mouthed insulated flask. Imagine that, there you are, ill in bed, or snowed under with work, or freezing cold working outside & you make the call & then a nice man or woman brings you hot soup, (complete with a spoon if you need it) to wherever you are! Magic! This has got to happen. Hey Bosh boys please start this service in Totnes. Lots of vegans here!

  • Love your recipes but I would love to know whose music you use in the background. You should collab and come out with a BOSH! playlist ��

  • Love the way you do the videos just enough info and demonstration to see how it’s done, without chatter. Very nice. And the recipes look great too!

  • Please can you give measurements in ml rather than cups? Or perhaps both, if you want to keep our transatlantic friends happy too!

  • I love that you don’t make your soups too thin and watery. I find in most soup recipes I use half the liquid called for. As a side note, I think in the last recipe I am going to use cauliflower rice instead of the florets.

  • I wouldn’t even bother with the soy cream in any of those recipes. I don’t think it really adds much creaminess and throw the flavors off a bit.

  • Ur next book shuld b titled FOOD PORN….i mean ur videos are outstanding…the dipping of the bread and spoon takes this to another level…i had to watch it on the big tv…lolol☺☺☺☺��������

  • Just tried the pumpkin soup and it’s amazing! The flavour goes way beyond your normal pumpkin soup! The tomato and capsicum are perfect additions! Yum!

  • I do not have a hand blender.  Can I use an electrical blender please by placing all the soup ingredients to blend then transfer to a pan to heat through please? xx

  • I just made the red pepper tomato soup.. very acidic. Any suggestions on how to balance that? Also has tons of rolled tomato skins. Needs straining.

  • Can hardly wait to try these when I get my Breville wand and toaster oven out of storage. So the Secret to outstanding sumptuous umami flavour is roasting certain veggies first. I always find great recipes and tips when I watch your videos. Thanks for your awesomeness.