Giving the vegetables a quick blast in the oven adds some serious depth to this simple, versatile soup.
This is my very Zen tomato soup: simple, unadorned and (if you only know the tinned stuff) enlightening.
Making this classic Southeast Asian spicy noodle soup at home is easy, and you can prep along the way.
A velvety smooth (and dairy-free) corn chowder with crunch from teeny tiny roasted cauliflower florets.
A delicious way with mussels: a coconut-milk broth infused with saffron and Asian-inspired flavours.
A lightened up version of the classic leek and potato soup, made interesting with the addition of crab.
A streamlined way to get this fantastic noodle soup on the table. It's low on prep and big on flavour.
Use this recipe as a template to create your own soup and enjoy a bowl of warming Asian flavours anytime.