Comfort classic! No soup list is complete with out the Feel Good Chicken Soup. It's creamy and chunky - just how your mom used to make it. Add in leftover pasta like macaroni or shells for that hearty feel.
Our kind of sour! If the Thais have tom yum, us Pinoys have Sinigang na Baboy sa Sampalok. The best way to eat this is to, first, drown your rice with the sour broth, then fill each spoonful with a little bit of everything: meat, veggies, and a few drops of patis for the finishing touch.
Pho the rainy day blues! There's something soothing about slurping a heart bowl of Vietnamese Beef Pho Noodle Soup. The heady Asian flavors has a way of loosening up that runny nose. Ahh.
Dreaming of cream This Cream of Mushroom Soup from scratch beats any canned soup anytime. The fresh mushroom bits amid the velvety, creamy soup is just heavenly - the stuff of dreams.
All souped up! Turn your fave midnight snack into your version of Instant Noodles All Dressed Up. For that extra easy yet extra special feel, toss in fresh veggies you have available in your ref. The family won't even notice the instant noodles part!
Clean and clear! There's nothing like the clean, gingery soup of the timeless Tinolang Manok to warm up a cold rainy day. You can also skip the rice and go right ahead with a hot bowl of this.
With rice? Nice! The best way to eat Miswa Soup with Patola and Other Toppings is to pour a considerable amount of miswa on your freshly cooked steamed rice, then use the meatballs as ulam. Rainy day winner!
Forget powdered and packets! There's nothing like homemade Crab and Corn Soup from scratch. The chicken stock made from chicken bones is responsible for the full-flavored goodness - without the powdered bits!
Soup from ref staples! This Picadillo Soup by Myra Santiago uses ingredients that are already in your ref. It can also be served as ulam as it already has meat and veggies in one bowl!
Canned-do! This smooth Easy Tomato Soup is surprisingly simple to do, thanks to the canned tomato soup, of course. The kesong puti, basil garnish, and toasted bread give this the homemade touch. No one has to know you used canned soup anyway.