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6 Tasty Soups You Can Make In A Rice Cooker

6 Tasty Soups You Can Make In A Rice Cooker

6 Tasty Soups You Can Make In A Rice Cooker


With summer sadly behind us (we could always use a few more long days of sunshine!), our bodies begin to crave dishes that are on the comforting side. The first thing that comes to mind is a hot bowl of soup – what could be more comforting than that!

And that’s exactly what we have for you today – six tasty and easy soup recipes you can make in your rice cooker. All you have to do is add the ingredients to your inner pot, set it and forget it. Let’s eat!


Chicken Noodle Soup

Rice cooker chicken noodle soup

The ultimate comfort food, chicken noodle soup can soothe a cold or keep us warm on a chilly day. The trick to making a good chicken noodle soup in your rice cooker is to add the noodles later so they don’t get soggy. GET THE RECIPE


Carrot Ginger Soup

carrot ginger soup

Vibrant in color, this carrot ginger soup is sweet and savory and has a hint of heat from the ginger. It’s kid friendly and a great way to get them to eat their vegetables! GET THE RECIPE

Yellow Split Pea Soup

rice cooker split pea soup

Aah split pea soup, how we love you. You are filling, low in fat and calories, high in protein and packed with nutritious ingredients. You are also so yummy that having just one bowl never seems to be enough! GRAB THE RECIPE

Coriander Fish Soup

coriander fish soup

This is a mild yet incredibly satisfying fish soup with flavors hailing from Southeast Asia. Only 7 ingredients are required to make this delicate dish which we recommend you devour with a side of white rice for maximum enjoyment. GRAB THE RECIPE

Indian Coconut Soup

Indian coconut soup

Here is another soup hailing from Asia that we love to bits! This Indian coconut is quite unique in that it comes with green radish, corn, sliced coconut, dried figs, and Chinese dates. It’s nothing like you’ve ever tasted before! GRAB THE RECIPE

Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup

Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup

We are now taking a trip to Italy with this citrus and dill flavored soup. Cleansing and bright, we love to serve it with a side of baguette or topped with a poached egg. It’s the best! GRAB THE RECIPE