Our Savory Strawberry Soup is the perfect light and refreshing recipe for your fresh, in-season strawberries. It begins by pureeing one pound of berries with orange and lemon juice, then chilling in the refrigerator. When it is time to serve, add in additional chopped strawberries (and pineapple, if desired), ladle into bowls, and top with more strawberries, mint and dairy-free yogurt. A healthful appetizer or dessert that will invigorate your senses, this soup will become your favorite recipe to celebrate spring.
Our Pasta e Fagioli recipe is proof that anyone can make healthful, homemade soups in their own kitchen. Using fresh plant-based ingredients like tomatoes, onion, garlic, celery, beans and pasta, you will be amazed at the rich depth of flavor that is achieved in only 40 minutes of simmering on the stove. Enjoy it as a delightful first course before dinner, or cozy up with a bowl on those chilly winter days.
Gazpacho is a classic Spanish cold soup that relies on the flavors of familiar and beloved fruits and vegetables. Our recipe combines tomatoes, tomato juice, cucumber, bell pepper, onion and basil, which are blended and left to marinate while they chill overnight in the refrigerator. Simple to prepare, it is a cool and refreshing meal for hot summer days.
This Brazillian recipe for Caldinho de Feijão, or black bean soup, is a superb meal for lunch or dinner. Combined with the Tempeh Bacon and Sautéed Collard Greens to give a burst of color and flavor that is sure to be an inspiration at your next international feast.
Enjoy a traditional cold Spanish soup with a twist. Although this recipe includes classic ingredients like tomato, onion, cucumber and jalapeño, watermelon takes the starring role and steals the show! This sweet and savory mix is cool and refreshing on a hot day and comes to us from the experts at the National Gourmet Institute. Unique, nutritious and beautiful, give Watermelon Gazpacho a try today.
“One of my earliest food memories is having Tortilla Soup from my grandmother’s kitchen. Corn tortillas are easily available in most supermarkets. White corn tortillas are more common than yellow ones, but either kind will work.”~Chef Ramses Bravo
This vegan matzo ball soup recipe is chock-full of vegetables, and the perfect prelude to the Passover Seder dinner. But more importantly, it is a vehicle for vegan matzo balls.
Enjoy this classic Italian soup recipe from some of the simplest ingredients. The bread cubes swell up like fat dumplings—think Italian matzo ball soup! In Italy they sometimes call it “bread gnocchi.” The basil is your best friend in this dish, so do not leave it out.