In winter, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of piping hot soup. From the classic tomato and mushroom varieties to the fresh Asian flavours of lemongrass and ginger there's something to suit every taste. We've rounded up the 9 best winter soup recipes that are simple to make and guaranteed to hit the spot.
Nothing beats a classic! This warming tomato and basil soup is the perfect winter remedy. Using fresh tomatoes and herbs this soup will comfort and delight.
This simple recipe only takes 15 minutes to make and can be adapted to suit any vegetables in your crisper. The flavourful broth is made using soy sauce, fresh ginger, garlic and shallots; while you can change up the dumplings and make them meat-free for a healthier vegetarian option.
Packed full of flavour, this vibrant sweet potato and coconut curry soup only takes 40 minutes and is naturally vegan and gluten-free.
For something on the naughtier side, opt for this creamy mushroom chicken and wild rice soup. We recommend adding a generous amount of parmesan cheese on top and letting it melt into the warming broth below.
A new take on an old classic, this vegan minestrone will leave you feeling warm and satisfied. Filled with goodness, this soup is the perfect way to use up any leftover veggies in your kitchen.
Replace your Friday night Thai takeaway order with this fragrant red curry noodle soup. Full of coriander, basil and lime juice, this soup is the zesty hit that will keep away any winter chills.
For the ultimate indulgence, you can't go past this French onion soup recipe. Full of rich flavour, from the caramelised onions to the warm stringy cheese, this is one soup we can't get enough of!
Brighten up your winter soup lunch with the addition of this creamy beet soup with coconut, ginger and lime. If you have the beginnings of a cold, this soup will help fight off congestion and clear your nose.
Simple to make and full of spice, this punchy beef noodle soup is bound to become your winter dinner party favourite. Not only is the presentation incredible but the depth of flavour will have your guests thinking it was stewing for hours.