y. A minestrone isn't complete without greens, beans, and tomatoes, but you can add any other veggies you choose.
There's a reason lentils are often praised: They're rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber.
Your recollections of spongy, bland cubes will fade when tofu is well-flavored and cooked until evenly browned, like in this dish.
This soup has powerful ingredients like kale, white beans, and quinoa. This soup is healthful, adaptable, and easy to make in one pot, making it a terrific midweek dish.
This recipe doesn't make you want a three-hour snooze like the cream- and butter-laden butternut squash soups we grew up with.
With its bright, spicy tastes, tortilla soup is a crowd-pleaser. Remove sour cream and cheese to make this recipe plant-based.
To save time, forgo peeling carrots but wash them well, especially if they're farmer's market-fresh.
This plant-based corn chowder incorporates potatoes and coconut milk for that rich, creamy texture we love.