Searching for soup for colds vegetarian recipe? As a vegetarian, you will not be able to eat chicken soup to warm your body while having colds. Well, you don’t have to worry about that—it is still doable to make soup with vegetarian-suitable ingredients. We’ll mention about it in this article below.

The Soup for Colds Vegetarian Recipe with Carrot and Mushroom

Soup for Colds Vegetarian

This soup recipe will be perfect if you are searching for a warm soup to slurp while you are in colds. It is not even difficult to make, hence you don’t have to worry about being too tired to cook. You can make it quick as well in less than 1 hour preparation + cooking time. To make this soup for colds vegetarian, here are the ingredients you will need.

Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 25 mins

Servings 5
Calories 196.6 kcal



  • 1 large carrot chopped finely
  • 5 cremini mushroom caps chopped finely (or as you desire)
  • 5-6 cups of vegetable broth or just water
  • 3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
  • 5 cloves garlic minced/pressed
  • 1 big onion well-chopped.
  • ¼ cup coriander chopped finely
  • 1/8 tsp turmeric powder
  • ½ cup of rinsed quinoa. Alternately you can use lentils to replace this ingredient.
  • Red chili flakes pepper, salt, sugar to taste
  • 1 cup kale chopped finely. You can as well chance kale to spinach or Swiss chard. (Optional)



  • Prepare a medium-sized pan. Then, heat the olive oil and sauté the garlic, onion, red chili flakes, and turmeric powder. Add a pinch of salt to fasten the cooking of onion.
  • Once the onion turns transparent and the garlic turns brownish, add the main ingredients: carrots and mushrooms. Include coriander and sauté these mix for several minutes.
  • Add in the quinoa (or lentils) and pour in the vegetable broth. Add more salt, pepper, and sugar if needed. Proceed with cooking it for additional 15-20 minutes or until the quinoa is well-cooked. If choosing lentils, you may need longer time of cooking, which is around 35-40 minutes. You may add more broth or water if the level is low yet it is not the time to turn off the heat.
  • Check the quinoa for whether it is well-cooked or not. Once you’re sure the quinoa is well-cooked, turn off the stove.
  • If you opt to have the kale, you can now stir it in. Although the stove has been turned off, the heat will still be enough to wilt the greens.

The vegetarian soup for colds seems delicious, doesn’t it? If you love to warm yourself by slurping some soup while having colds, this soup for colds vegetarian recipe would be a great piece of ‘advice’ for you.


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