BY DAILY SABAH JUN 17, 2021 12:27 PM +03 +03:00
This fermented soup from Turkey is the oldest instant soup in existence and it can be found throughout the region.
The Mexican specialty consists of tripe with a red chili base paired with limes, onions and oregano.
The Burmese rice noodle soup has a fish base and is considered an essential part of the nation’s cuisine.
Also called palm nut soup, this dish is from Nigeria and it can be made with fresh or dried catfish, omitting is just one other variation here.
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Generally, it is made with shrimp, mushrooms, chilies and other ingredients native to Thailand.
This soup from Vietnam has, as the name suggests, beef in it and some delicious noodles to boot.
This Turkish soup is usually made with yogurt, wheat and other grains depending on the region and recipe.
This French specialty is made of lobster, tomatoes, clams, mussels and shrimp.
The Ukrainian purple soup gets its color from beets and with the addition of other vegetables and meat stock, it is quite delectable.
This beef soup from Georgia is also called Harcho and it is traditionally made with rice, chopped walnuts and cherry plum puree.
Dubbed the Portuguese green soup, it consists of mostly kale and potatoes.
The Spanish cold soup, mainly made out of tomatoes, is the perfect satiating refresher in summer.
Japan’s noodle soups come in a wide variety and differ from street vendor to street vendor, city to city, region to region – all equally worth a shot.
This soup from China consists of noodles, a beef base and beef. It is named after the capital of northwest China’s Gansu province.
The Moroccan specialty has a history of centuries. It is made with green ingredients such as lentils, chickpeas and fava beans and offers a delectable look into the past.
source Best soups from around the world | Daily Sabah
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