Nothing is more comforting after a long day than these easy and delicious orzo soup recipes.
So make yourself a big bowl, grab a blanket, and get cozy!
10 Best Soups with Orzo Pasta
Orzo is a basically rice-shaped pasta. It has a slightly creamier texture and can be used in most of your favorite rice dishes.
And it’s especially tasty in soup!
It makes a simple broth extra filling, and it won’t break the bank. Plus, it soaks up flavor like a dream.
So try these orzo soup recipes tonight and see what all the fuss is about!
Kale, white bean, and orzo soup is a hearty yet deceptively simple recipe with a wide variety of flavors.
The onion and garlic provide a savory base that pairs really well with the heat from the red pepper flakes.
Meanwhile, you get a lovely layer of freshness from the rosemary and earthy kale.
It’s protein-packed and loaded with greens. What more could you ask for?
(Oh, and if you leave out the cheese, it’s a terrific vegan orzo recipe too!)
Perfect for your next St. Patrick’s Day dinner, this soup is chock-full of buttery cabbage and chewy orzo pasta.
Like orzo, cabbage is a terrific way to add bulk to a dish without spending too much.
Plus, it’s super low in carbs and calories, with a decent amount of fiber. So it makes this soup ideal for weight loss.
Give it an Italian twist with Parmesan cheese, or amp up the heat with a few chili flakes. Yum!
This flavor-packed masterpiece infuses zippy lemons with aromatic garlic and onions.
There’s also thyme in the mix, which enhances that bright citrus flavor.
But that’s not all! The chickpeas are loaded with protein and give you a pleasant bite to each mouthful.
Serve it with crusty warm bread and salad for an immensely satisfying meal.
The next time you’re craving grilled cheese, try it with a bowl of this tomato and orzo soup.
It’s fresh and light but full of flavor. From the peppery garlic and savory-sweet basil to the juicy tomatoes, it’s not one to miss.
And yes, there’s orzo hidden under that top layer.
Top it off with freshly grated Parmesan cheese and toasted pine nuts for a nutty crunch.
How do you make a hearty dinner that’s warm, textural, and super satisfying on a budget?
You pack it with lentils and orzo!
Simmered in a rich garlic and tomato broth, you’ll love this mix of legumes, pasta, spinach, and spices.
There’s cumin and red pepper flakes for warmth and parsley for a herby base.
Meanwhile, the classic combo of onions, garlic, and carrots keeps costs down.
Lemons, herbs, and chicken will always make a tasty dinner. But this soup is extra special!
It’s one of my favorite ways to use leftover chicken or turkey, and it can be ready in under an hour.
You’ll love how the orzo soaks up all the flavors. And that hit of zesty lemon really lifts it all on the tongue.
Serve this for lunch or dinner with some crusty bread for dunking.
Pesto is more than just a pasta sauce, ya know! It brings immense flavor to soup, too.
Believe it or not, this one needs just a handful of ingredients. And the majority of the flavor comes from the pesto – so pick a good one!
Add some orzo, lemon juice, baby spinach, tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese, and it’s a hard one to resist.
I like this with chicken for a boost of protein. But it’s pretty filling as is.
If you want to take a culinary trip to Italy without the airfare, look no further than this scrumptious Italian soup with orzo!
You’ll combine the hearty flavors of spinach and tomatoes cooked in a flavorful vegetable broth.
Blend in s few Italian herbs, and it’s sure to transport you straight to a trattoria.
It’s zesty, punchy, aromatic, and just a little sweet.
A delicious bowl of this vegetable soup has everything needed for the perfect comfort food experience.
Full of flavor, warmth, and satisfaction, it’s one you’ll turn to again and again.
Made with simple ingredients like garlic, celery, diced tomatoes, veggie broth, spinach, and orzo pasta, it’s easy to make too.
Finish it off with some lemon juice and fresh parsley, and get ready to fall in love.
If you’re a fan of pasta and Italian cuisine, this is the soup for you.
Chock-full of chewy orzo and flavorful sausage, it’s great for a quiet night in or as a dinner party starter.
The recipe calls for mild Italian sausage, but feel free to use spicy if you prefer – I did!
Either way, it’s deliciously meaty with plenty of kick from the chili flakes, garlic, and crushed tomatoes.
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