One of the best parts of the fall season is all of the soup recipes that we can now make! Soup is one of the staple fall meals and you need to have the very best fall soup recipes to truly enjoy this season. Soup is one of the simplest meals to make, but soup is also the most rewarding meal to make. The key is to perfectly concoct the best flavors that emulate the fall aesthetic. Put on your chef hat, and let’s get to work!
Homemade Tomato Soup
What you need: chopped carrots, chopped yellow onion, minced garlic, tomato paste, flour, chicken broth, dried thyme, bay leaf, San Marzano tomatoes, bacon (optional)
This is a fall soup recipe classic! We recommend that this is your go-to fall soup recipe because it is never gets old. The best part of the recipe is that you can also had some bacon! When you cook your veggies, add a bacon into the mix. The bacon flavor mixes very well with the rich and creamy flavor of the classic tomato soup. Depending on how you chop your tomatoes, you can go for a creamy and smooth feel or a chunky tomato soup. Personally, I’m a fan of the chunky tomato soup recipe and chop my tomatoes into thicker pieces, but it is up to you! This is best served with fresh bakery bread to dip!
Find the recipe at: Pinch of Yum
Cauliflower, Kale, And Chickpea Stew
What you need: diced onion, curry powder, bay leaf, minced garlic, minced ginger, cayenne pepper, waxy potatoes, cauliflower florets, crushed tomatoes, vegetable stock, cooked chickpeas, chopped kale, salt and pepper
This is wonderful hearty fall soup recipe that is also considered tastebud heaven. This soup has a variety of unique and different textures, but the best part about the soup is the hint of spice from the cayenne pepper (minced). Your result will grant you a brilliant red color and the green kale sprinkles on top and folded into the soup will really present itself with a flavorful and colorful display. This is a great soup to serve with guests over too because it is yummy to taste, and pleasant to look at. If you enjoy mixtures of different flavors on your palate, then this is the soup recipe for you!
Find the recipe at: The First Mess
Spicy Lentil Soup
What you need: olive oil, chopped onion, chopped garlic, chopped carrot, chopped celery, tomato paste, red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper, chicken stock, dry lentils
The spicy lentil fall soup recipe has always been a crowd favorite. The texture of the lentils taking up so much mass in the soup truly leaves your belly feeling satisfied. The spice in the soup adds so much flavor that feels as though it is unpredictable with every bite. This soup tastes amazing right after it is cooked fresh, but it also is a great soup for leftovers. You can practically taste the fall season in the flavors of this soup! It’s recommended to also add sour cream to contrast the spice of the soup.
Find the recipe at: The Kitchn
Thai Tofu Lemongrass And Ginger Soup
What you need: coconut oil, tofu, tamari (or soy sauce), toasted sesame oil, diced yellow onion, chopped carrots, chopped scallions, minced garlic, lemon grass stalk, vegetable broth, fat coconut milk, lime
This is a newer version of a wonderful fall soup recipe and it is so worth your time. Honestly, this is one of my absolute favorite fall soup recipes for the season because of the rich flavor and savory taste. I am a huge fan of tofu and this recipe really brings out the amazing tastes tofu has to offer. Tofu is hard to get right in recipes, but the pairing with this soup is perfect with tofu. I would recommend serving this soup with peanuts and rice! This addition really adds to the crunch and to the texture of the soup. Definitely make sure you have lime in your soup to counter the sweetness with sour. It is so fun to cook with lemon grass and this is definitely a tasty example!
Find the recipe at: Sombremesa
What you need: olive oil, diced jalapeño pepper, chopped yellow onion, chopped garlic cloves, tomatoes, chipotle chili in adobe sauce, vegetable stock, butter, coarse cornmeal, cooked pinto beans, avocado
This fall soup recipe is irresistibly tasty! if you are having a Mexican inspired dish, then this is a great entree or side dish. This is best served with tortilla chips for dipping. The chip paired with the soup goes wonderfully and tastes like an amazing warm salsa. You can add sour cream and cheese to this soup to also get a very savory taste to this fall soup recipe. When it comes to the fall season, you really can’t go wrong with this soup because it embodies all of the flavors of fall! Adding avacado on top is a great garnish choice too!
Find the recipe at: Vegetarian Ventures
Chicken Pasta Soup
What you need: extra virgin olive oil, chicken, dried Italian seasoning, chicken stock, fire-roasted tomatoes, spiral pasta, baby spinach, lemon, salt & pepper, parmesan
This is a delicious fall soup recipe that is very impressive to eat and look at, but easy to make. If you are a fan of chicken, then you will really love this soup too. The way in which you cook the chicken in this soup makes the chicken overflow with flavor. This soup can be a side dish, but it actually also makes for a perfect main course for the fall season. One of my favorite parts about this soup is that there are noodles cooked in it. The twisty pasta creates a new fun texture and it adds a layer of thickness to the soup overall.
Find the recipe at: Bev Cooks
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Julia grew up in a town just outside of Chicago. She currently lives in Memphis, Tennessee where she is a junior Creative Writing and Literature major at Rhodes College. Julia prefers to spend her days outside writing stories for others to find joy in. Other than story-telling, you will find Julia running on her college track and field team and traveling the world.