These tasty pork soup recipes are supremely savory and so delicious.
Whether you have leftover pork to use or just want something new, it’s soup season!
Everything from smoked ham to pork roast can be used in soups. A lot of Asian cuisines feature pork as the protein.
This list will take you on a tour of meaty soups, from ham and bean to spicy ramen.
All of them will leave you feeling full and satisfied on a cold winter night.
Grab your fuzzy socks, it’s time to snuggle up to a big bowl of these pork soup recipes!
If you’ve never enjoyed this classic hearty soup, today is the day!
Going one more minute without this simple soup is unacceptable.
It’s loaded with chunks of veggies, ham, and beans in a flavorful broth.
Not only is it hearty and delicious, but it’s super easy to make, too!
If you like a thicker soup, add a cornstarch slurry to the broth while boiling.
Any time I can reinvent leftovers, I’m totally in. This soup will be so good, you won’t believe you’re eating last night’s dinner!
Pork roast, carnitas, or even ham can be used with this soup.
It’s loaded with leafy greens, potatoes, and whatever veggies you have on hand.
If you’re feeling bold, try this soup with jalapenos and okra.
Sure, you could have a traditional beef stew. But this easy pork stew might just sway you to a leaner protein!
There’s no need to stew low and slow all day. This stew is ready in under an hour!
It’s as simple as cooking cubed pork and adding the remaining ingredients.
In the last few minutes of cooking, add veggies like cauliflower, carrots, or peas.
Cabbage might be an acquired taste, but add a bit of pork in, and it’s basically irresistible!
Check out this tasty Cantonese soup and see what I mean.
Ground pork is the central flavor of this recipe.
Though, the cabbage, shitake mushrooms, and potatoes add some heartiness to the broth.
Because it’s all made in one pot, you’ll have a beautiful meld of flavors.
You could also use a pressure cooker for an even faster cook time!
Sometimes, I crave comfort food but don’t actually want it to be super heavy.
What’s more comforting than a warm bowl of spicy soup?
The ginger and brine broth are my favorite part of this soup. Pile in the remaining ingredients and enjoy!
Every step of this recipe is worth the effort for a bowl of festive soup like this!
Occasionally, I’ll make a big pork roast for BBQ pork sandwiches.
With the leftovers, I opt for this hearty and tasty vegetable soup!
This truly is the best vegetable soup ever! Smoky pulled pork, rice, and so many veggies fill one pot!
If you have 15 minutes and a hearty appetite, this soup has your name all over it!
With pre-made ingredients, it’s ready in no time.
Pork belly, ground sausage, and shoulder roast are all great in this soup.
Whatever you have ready to go will make it even simpler!
Extra veggies are always welcome in my home, but it’s delicious as is.
Comfort food doesn’t have to break the calorie bank!
This divine pork soup can easily be made paleo and is delicious with or without noodles!
Ground pork is the central protein in this hearty soup.
With ginger, mushrooms, cilantro, and chives, the flavors are out of this world.
If you’re opting for a low-carb dinner, zoodles are delish in this soup.
Ramen is supposed to be so much more than microwaved noodles!
Pulled pork is divine on a bed of tender noodles. Add in some veggies, a soft-boiled egg, and a touch of spice for a dish the whole family will love.
If you have an Asian market near you, Narutomaki is a delicious addition to ramen, too!
Who can say no to hearty dishes with a little heat?
Leftover pork roast is used in this recipe, and it’s like a mix between stew and taco soup.
With a little cornmeal added in, the broth thickens to a hearty stew texture.
Serve it in large bowls with sour cream, cilantro, and lime. Cornbread is a delicious side for this, too!
Pork belly “stoup” is on the menu tonight! I can’t take credit for the “stoup” but it’s the perfect description for this ultra-hearty soup.
There are big chunks of pork belly in this soup, along with loads of veggies.
All these delicious components swim in a pot of miso broth.
Garnish your served bowls with scallions, pepper flakes, and lemon zest. Talk about full flavor!
What do you need to warm up on a cold winter night?
The answer is a little spice, a lot of pork, and a whole lot of goodness in one big pot.
With leftover pork, you’ll be shocked at how easily you can make this Mexican pork soup.
It only takes 20 minutes to have this soup ready for your whole family.
Like most soups, simmering longer allows the flavors to really meld together.
Top it with sour cream, avocado, and cheese for a bowl full of goodness!
Need a hearty dinner in a flash? Look no further than this tender pork stew!
Start by sauteing the pork, onions, and garlic. Then, add in the veggies, broth, and tomato paste and steam for 20 minutes.
Serve it with crusty bread or even dinner rolls, to soak up the delicious stew sauce.
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