Simple Hot Soups That Will Make You Warm and Cozy This Winter
Soups can be a great alternative for your regular meal. They are comforting, hearty and cozy in cold weather. A perfect dish for cold winter days. And not to mention they are low-calorie, which means they are a great way to keep your weight in check. They are also really easy to batch cook, so it's really simple when you're cooking for the whole family. Many people think comfort foods are unhealthy, but there are plenty of healthy soups out there.
There is an endless variety of soups you can make. It doesn’t matter if you like creamy or thick soup, meaty or vegetarian soup or maybe even vegan soup! The lists are endless too with the sides, crusty bread, cream, You can also be adventurous and try something new every time you cook up some soup. So we've created a list of the most delicious soups you can find on the Plate Up App.
If you're looking for a go to soup to last you these winter months, try this recipe out, created by Estbek House. It's a brilliant winter soup, it's so fresh and amazing to eat. This easy to make soup recipe is full of refreshing flavour and superb vibrant colour, which look and taste as if you have been slaving over the stove for hours! In the restaurant, Estbek House serves them as an amuse-bouche - however they also make for a great starter or light lunch served either chilled or warmed.
With the predictions of yet another long, cold winter we need something to help pick us up, especially after the excess of December! Or, you could serve this to friends between Christmas and New Year. It's always a great standby - simply make ahead, and re-heat as needed.
This soup is not only good for you, but it tastes incredible too! Packed with garlic, ginger and turmeric, this recipe is perfect for supporting your immune system while the roasted butternut squash and coconut give it a creamy, hearty texture. Wait… there’s more! This soup is also full of fibre, vitamins and antioxidants. It truly has it all.
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