Resto logo Recipes - all Soups (26 items)

 Arroz Caldo
Arroz Caldo is the most famous rice porridge in the Philippines. Did you know that “arroz caldo” was inspired by the Chinese congee and the name was given by the Spaniards because of pronunciation issues? “Arroz Caldo” is a mixture of Filipino flavors with Chinese and Spanish influence.

 Beef Chayote Soup
You don’t encounter a lot of recipes using chayote (sayote) fruit.  In the Philippines, it is most commonly used to prepare chicken tinola.  But chayote fruit can be quite versatile.  Sliced into tiny pieces, you can mix it with ground beef and other greens to make a hearty and filling soup dish.  In fact, if you’ve tried upo or bottle gourd, you will find that chayote fruit can have the same taste and texture.

 Beef, Tripe, And Ginger Soup With Bitter Beer (Ipa Papaitan)
Hailing from the Ilocos region of the Northern Philippines, the bracingly bitter soup known as Papaitan is a source of local pride, and what many consider to be the ultimate Pulutan. In fact, it was a favorite of my late grandfather, Juan, who usually drank a can of Keystone alongside his Papaitan.

 Chicken Sotanghon Soup
Sotanghon is also known as cellophane noodles or Chinese vermicelli which is made from mung bean starch. It is also called Glass noodles because of its colorless noodle.

 Chicken Tinuom
Tinuom is an Ilonggo dish that is popular in Cabatuan, Iloilo. It is a soup dish wrapped in banana leaves where its main ingredient is a native chicken, marinated with tomatoes, garlic, onions and lemon grass.

 Creamy Beef Macaroni Soup
When it’s rainy outside, nothing brings cheer to your dining table than a warm soup. Not just the usual soup, but creamy beef macaroni soup. It’s a meal by itself, packed with either ground beef or slices of it, complemented by fresh veggies like carrots and cabbage. Then you add that enticing creamy flavor by adding milk. It’s perfect to drive away that dreary feeling of the pouring rain and cold temperature.

 Dinengdeng
There is a unique variety of Ilocano food, from the healthy to the sinful, but all of it very delicious. One of the more popular and authentic dishes of Ilocanos is the soup based dish called the Dinengdeng (also called Inabraw).

 Filipino Crab And Corn Soup
Want a snap for cold season? Trying out the Creamy Crab and Corn soup will definitely give a warmth blast to your taste buds. Its delectable blend of seafood and corn will make out tasty chowder. 

 Kansi
Kansi is an Ilonggo recipe and a very popular dish in Negros Occidental. Kansi is sort of like a cross between Bulalo (beef bone marrow and vegetables soup) and Sinigang (sour pork soup).

 Kare-Kare
The classic Pinoy comfort food, perfect for any situation, place or weather.

 Kinalas (Bicol)
Kinalas is pork brain noodle soup topped with vinegar and chili peppers.

 Laswa - Vegetable Soup
Laswa is simple to prepare, but you have to make sure that the vegetable ingredients have to be fresh.

 Lentil Longganisa Soup
What does a healthy cup of soup and Filipino longganisa (sausage) have in common? Nothing. But it doesn’t mean they can’t go together in your kitchen cooking.

 Lipa's Lomi Delight
Filipinos love soup. We grew up eating goto or arroz caldo for breakfast, our lunch favorites are most of the time soup-based such as sinigang and paksiw, and dinner is not to be missed when it's bulalo.

 Lomi
Pancit lomi is a Chinese-Filipino dish that uses fresh thick egg noodles. Simply called as “lomi,” it is a kind of noodle soup best eaten while steaming hot.