Cantonese-style Hot and Sour Soup
This soup is not hot nor sour, but it is hearty, thick, and delicious.
Sichuan-Style Chicken Noodle Soup
This soup is imbued with the haunting aroma of star anise and cinnamon, and tickled by the numbing sensation of Sichuan pepper.
Egg Drop Soup
This classic Chinese soup is simple to make, and very tasty when done right.
Everyone loves miso soup, but few know how simple it can be to make.
Spicy Korean Seafood Soup
Once you've gotten a feel for how these seafood soups behave, you can vary the kinds you add—fish, shrimp, squid, clams, mussels, and so forth are all delicious options.
Korean Kabocha Porridge
Korean porridges make use of naturally sweet ingredients, pairing glutinous rice with assertive elements like pine nuts and black sesame seeds.
Thai Tofu-Pork Soup
This simple-looking soup actually packs a ton of heartiness and flavor.
Thai Coconut Chicken Soup (Tom Kha Gai) with Mushrooms
This coconut milk and chicken soup soup can be whipped up quickly, but thanks to a few key ingredients, it has tremendous depth of flavor.
Creamy Tom Yam Kung (Thai Hot and Sour Soup with Shrimp)
This creamy version of Tom Yam Kung is hearty enough to serve as a stand-alone soup course or, as the Thais do it, a main course to be eaten with rice.
Burmese Chicken-Coconut Soup
This divine dish is simply chicken simmered with caramelized onions and plenty of turmeric and paprika, then poured over a bed of noodles.
Traditional Beef Pho
A perfectly beefy broth, plenty of rice noodles, and the incredible aroma of a mix of spices make this a standout soup.