Bowls of various frit soups
12 Fruity Soups From Around The World
Blueberry Soup
Mustikkakeitto, blueberry soup, is a go-to Finnish breakfast and is considered
a healthy and healing recipe.
It has a vibrant, purple color and sweet aroma.
The soup's basic recipe includes heating water, blueberries, sugar, and potato flour or cornstarch until a thick, syrupy compote forms. It can be served either hot or cold.
Watermelon Gazpacho
This popular Spanish dish is made by blending tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions, garlic, and olive oil. It's topped with veggies and croutons.
The watermelon is incorporated into the gazpacho by blending
it alongside the tomatoes.
This sweet and savory soup is
the perfect combination of
cool and tangy.
Peach Soup
Georgia is known for a chilled peach soup that is bursting with flavor. This soup is versatile enough to be
served as an appetizer, side dish, or dessert.
The recipe involves blending peaches, yogurt, lemon, and extracts together until smooth, then refrigerating the soup until it’s cold. A touch of honey can
be added for sweetness.
Cold Fruit Soup
Gyümölcsleves is a cold, tart, subtly sweet Hungarian fruit soup that is made using seasonal fruits, including cherries, peaches, plums, berries, or apples.
Hideg meggyleves, or cold sour cherry soup, is by far one of the most popular variations of this dish and is either served as a starter or as a digestive following a heavy dinner.
Pear & Snow Fungus Soup
Chinese pear and snow fungus soup is a type of Cantonese tong sui made by boiling
Asian pears, dried dates, and pre-soaked snow fungus.
In Chinese medicine, snow fungus is known for its beneficial properties, making this a
go-to soup for curing a dry cough, boosting heart health,
or hydrating skin.