Feeling under the weather or hangover? We got a cure for you – try the traditional Bahamian chicken souse! The soup is commonly present on weekend lunch-menus around the islands. Though there are different versions of the souse found around this Caribbean country, few ingredients are always present. Allspice is the soup’s signature and not to be excluded at any cost, while the amount of chili and lime can be tweaked to individual liking.
Turkish lentil soup (Mercimek Çorba) is one of the favorites in Turkish homes and has been so for centuries. It calls for few ingredients only and is a perfect choice for a quick light dinner or an appetizer before a larger meal.
Locro de papa, a cheesy potato soup, is one of the classics of the Ecuadorian cuisine.
Potatoes and onions creamed with milk and cheese, and spiced with cumin and achiote powder, sound like a good combo, right?
Creamy Norwegian fish soup (kremet fiskesuppe) is often found on both family dining tables and restaurant menus around the country. It goes as well on a rainy autumn day as on a hot summer one.
Swedish beef soup with “dumplings” (Köttsoppa med klimp) is perfect for colder months that call for warm energizing food.
Teleća čorba (Veal soup) is one of Serbian traditional soups adored all over the land, as well as in the surrounding Balkan countries.
Light and very flavorful from the veal, it is always a perfect fist course for a Sunday lunch.
Caldo verde is traditional Portuguese soup originating from the northern part of the country (province of Minho).