Meatless Mondays: Hearty Soups For the Cold Outside

If going vegan is good enough for Beyoncé (Psst: She’s launching something vegan-friendly this week!), then it’s good enough for the rest of us! We’re starting this new week right with another #MeatlessMonday initiative, with hearty soups to enjoy and cozy with after a long day’s work.

Get the recipes, after the cut:

Garlic and Kale Soup

What better way to deal with Monday stress than with a lovely garlic and kale soup? It’s a lot of garlic, with almost 20 cloves, but we promise no overpowering garlic breath! Thanks to the hearty kale, and the shiitake mushrooms, this soup is healthy and kinda perfect for a winter’s night in. Get your recipe here!

Butternut Squash and Celery Root Soup

Vegetable soup doesn’t have to be boring, combine butternut squash and celery root for a complex yet balanced flavor! This soup is all kinds of filling and yummy, and it’s low fat too. You are deserving of everything awesome today! Get your recipe here.

If you’re not down to cook, call on our vendor, Simply Divine Kosher Catering! Undoubtedly the best kosher catering, everything is made in-house so you know you’re getting top notch quality. Get into Simply Divine‘s curried celery root soup with chive garnish. You’re welcome, Monday.

Pancotto (Tuscan Bread Soup)

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Photo: Emiko Davies via Food52

For the most elemental dish in the world (as described by Florentine Painter-Chef Guido Peyron), make this incredible soup of bread cooked in water with garlic. Before you dismiss this, we’re telling you this satisfying soup will totally make your day and is easily adapted as you wish! We also love that stale bread makes this soup even better! Get your recipe here.

 

Happy Monday, everybody!

 

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2 Comments

  1. foodyrach says:

    That Pancotto looks so hearty and delicious! We’re in for a snow storm here in NYC this weekend so I’m thinking this would be a perfect dinner for tomorrow.

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