Soups

African Groundnut Stew

This stew is delicious served over rice or couscous. Substitute collard greens or kale for the spinach, or add tofu or cooked chicken to make it even heartier. Looking for more spice? Harissa sauce is authentically North African, but sriracha also works with these flavors.

Parsnip Apple Soup

Serve this soup with rustic bread as a delicious prelude to any fall meal, particularly turkey or earthy grain based dishes, such as wheat berry or kamut salads.

Carrot Ginger Dal

We love dal already, but the added sweetness from carrots and zing from ginger make us extra excited for autumnal meals. We recommend sprinkling a few pumpkin seeds over each bowl before serving.

Wild Rice Mushroom Soup

The rustic, hearty flavors of this soup complement simple roasted meats or poultry. Feature the soup as an entrée accompanied by a crisp Waldorf salad or garlic bread. Toasted pine nuts also make a nice garnish.

Tomatillo Gazpacho

A brightly flavored, chilled soup that's perfect for those hot days of summer when you don't want to warm up your kitchen. Serve with a dollop of sour cream and a bit of crusty bread, or alongside a cheesy quesadilla.

Moroccan Lentils

Serve with brown rice. If you want it a bit spicier, increase the cayenne by 1/2 teaspoon.

Mint Pea Soup

Make use of summer herbs with this light and refreshing soup! 

Potato Leek & Gruyere Soup

This hearty vegetarian soup tastes even better when garnished with crispy fried leeks, or chopped bacon or ham. Serve in small bowls with multigrain crackers for a warming and welcoming appetizer course.

Creamy Gingered Carrot Soup with Wild Rice

The sweetness and smoothness of carrots is a wonderful match for the earthiness of wild rice, and the soup always feels like a complete meal. Extra soup freezes well and makes a good standby.

Moong Dal with Greens

An earthy green soup with hints of spice balanced with the mellowness of ghee - clarified butter. You can usually find the moong dal (split mung beans) and all the spices in our well-stocked Bulk section.

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