Asian soups bring a world of new flavors to the table. From Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines, these easy Asian soups are filled with ingredients that everyone loves, such as noodles, wontons, and sesame.
Soup is served with most meals in Japan. Simple, subtly flavored, and satisfying, clear dashi-base broths* or soups thickened with miso, a fermented bean paste, top the list of favorites.
Enjoy this Asian-influenced soup with good taste and good nutrition in mind--the edamame (green soybeans)--are a great source of soy. Use the slow cooker for added convenience.
Spicy, warm, and delicious, this butternut squash soup recipe includes a Thai twist with the added flavors of curry and coconut milk.
This hearty dish combines Asian flavors with the comfort of beef and barley soup, for a dinner that will warm up even the coldest nights. It gets plenty of zip from hot chili oil and curry powder.
Dried Japanese somen noodles are an angel hair pasta look-alike that can be found in the ethnic section of your local supermarket. This light Asian-style chicken and noodle soup makes a healthy lunch or dinner.
A traditional Asian soup prepared with shrimp, tofu, and vegetables. A low-fat option when you need soup in a hurry.
Start a Chinese dinner with this traditional soup. The recipe makes enough wontons for two meals; freeze the extra for your next batch of soup.
This Asian- style chicken soup is much lower in sodium than typical canned soups. And it's quick and easy to make.
Egg drop soup is usually an appetizer but we made it a main dish by adding shrimp, peas, carrots, and mushrooms.