With just 10 minutes prep time and 10 minutes cooking time, this soup is a lifesaver when you’re pressed for time (for instance, when you’re cooking against a loadshedding clock!). It’s made with vegetable stock, broccoli, spinach and lemon juice (of course), and served with a swirl of plain yoghurt for some creamy goodness. We love it with sweet potato chips.
No blender required! While your sweet potatoes are roasting, make a creamy coconut milk broth and combine both when ready. Spoon over buttery beans for a more filling and flavourful meal.
Forget 30 minutes, this easy soup comes together in just 10 minutes and uses just 2 ingredients. You can add on to the basic soup in any way you want. Topping options include roast mushrooms, green beans, Tenderstem broccoli, jammy eggs, sesame seeds, sesame oil, nori sheets, chilli crisp or ramen noodles.
If you’re in the mood for a meatier option, this green minestrone-and-frikkadel soup could be it. According to contributing food editor Hannah Lewry, it’s the ultimate quick-and-easy green minestrone. It’s made with Woolies’ pre-chopped green veg medley bag and readymade frikkadels so takes just 5 minutes to prep, and 25 to simmer.
Is it even a soup round-up if chicken soup isn’t included? This uses a readymade Woolies soup as a base, and is a great way to use up the leftovers from that Woolworths rotisserie chicken.