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Who says soup is only for cold weather?! You’ll be sipping these figure-friendly summer soups all season long.
Chockfull of your favorite summer veggies and flavored with basil walnut pesto, this soup is a meal unto itself.
Adapted from Oleana chef Ana Sortun’s Mediterranean cookbook, this soup’s pure tomato flavor is highlighted with a touch of curry powder and turmeric. So different and delicious!
This puréed soup is surprisingly healthy — there’s no heavy cream in it, just a handful of toasted walnuts to thicken it up. Serve it hot or cold, depending on the weather and your mood.
This fun twist on gazpacho comes from Juice Manifesto by Andrew Cooper. Ginger and chile give it a bit of a kick and complement the sweetness of the watermelon.
Feta cheese and pita croutons add tangy flavor and delicious crunch to every spoonful of this Mediterranean-style chilled soup. It’s wonderful hot but even better chilled.
Gazpacho is typically loaded with raw onions and garlic but in this recipe, they’re replaced with lots of mellow, sweet roasted garlic. It’s vibrant and full of robust tomato flavor.
With only a few simple ingredients this creamy soup has an intense corn flavor that tastes just like summer.
Tomato soup that tastes brighter, sweeter, and more intensely of tomatoes than any other tomato soup you’ve ever tried.
This asparagus soup tastes rich, yet it’s made without heavy cream – just veggies, broth, and a bit of Parmesan cheese puréed to silky perfection.
Brimming with fresh seafood in a tomato and wine broth that tastes like the sea, cioppino is a delicious Italian-American fish stew.