Caldo Tlalpeño is a Mexican soup that is traditionally prepared with vegetables and chicken. This plant-based version is so filling and hearty that it could be used as a perfect main course for dinner or lunch. It can be one of your go-to comforting soups whenever you’re in the mood for something warm and delicious.
Ajiaco is a popular soup in Colombia, Cuba, and Peru. Although its origin has been debated, this dish is prepared with a number of specific regional variations. In Cuba, ajiaco is prepared as a stew, while in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, it is prepared as a soup that primarily contains potatoes, corn, and herbs called guascas.
French onion soup is a classic that gets its flavor from deeply caramelized onions. This vegan version has every bit of the flavor, with only a fraction of the fat. Topped with sourdough bread and vegan mozzarella, you will be amazed by its incredible texture and rich taste.
Asopao is a type of hearty stew containing rice that is prepared in many parts of the Caribbean. Traditionally it is prepared with meat, seafood, or beans. This plant-based version of a Puerto Rican national classic is a staple, whether it's for a family reunion, large gathering, or simply a flavorful home-cooked meal.
This hearty and colorful soup is perfect as a side dish to a meal or as the main course. Herb-toasted walnuts and a touch of crunchy peanut butter create a soup bursting with flavor.
I gave this warming soup an anti-inflammatory “flavor” by adding ingredients commonly known to reduce inflammation, ingredients that also pair well with beta-carotene rich butternut squash and carrots. Healthy and delicious –– such a winning combination!
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