Soup Recipes To Warm Up The Winter

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Its fall already and there is no denying that winter is around the corner with that constant chill that is hanging in the air. The best way to get through the long and cold months of winter is to have plenty of good times, good people and great food around. Here are some great soup recipes that will act as whole meals in themselves and warm you up while also keeping you full in a really light way.

Lamb Soup with a Classic Asian Twist

This one is a twist on the classic that has been enjoyed for many years. Take as much lamb as you would like to use and season it up with some salt, pepper, lemongrass, curry powder, chili powder and a bit of lemon. Set aside in a fridge for a good two to three hours so that the marinade can really get inside the meat. Chop up a variety of vegetables like carrots, celery, leeks, turnips and some mushrooms. Add a handful of green peas as well and toss it all together in a large saucepan along with a teaspoon of love oil. When they are done add the lamb to this and stir well until slightly cooked through and then add the broth as required. Throw in a handful or two of koka noodles in UAE. Bring to boil and then simmer on low heat for about an hour until the liquid thickens. The flavor of all the spices and the lemongrass will really come through which is why it’s best served with chinks of crusty bread.

Butternut Squash, Coriander and Prawn Soup

Another hearty and warm soup, this one is even perfect for somebody who is feeling a little under the weather. You can substitute the prawns with any fish or meat that you like. First, cut up the butternut squash into small pieces and add in some onions, garlic, curry leaves, salt, pepper, and chili flakes and lime to it. Put the butternut in a large saucepan and stir fry along with the ingredients and a bit of basil. When almost done, add the cleaned and washed prawns to the mixture and once mixed well, add water as required. To this add a bouillon soup cube and when the mixture is about to boil, add in a dash of coconut cream. Taste and add spices to taste if needed. Chop up some coriander and keep at the ready. Cook some oriental instant noodles and after serving the coup into bowls, toss a handful of noodles along with the coriander into each and serve.

Chicken Soup with a Twist

Chop up any vegetables that you like along with chicken and toss it all in a saucepan with salt, pepper, rosemary, oregano, basil, thyme and spices. Add broth to the mixture and a bit of ramen and bring to the boil stirring. Add a dash of chili and sprinkle with some cheese, serve piping hot.

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