It’s officially soup season, and we’re excited to celebrate all things warm, brothy and nourishing. Are you looking to do the same? You can easily add one of our Jackfruit Meal Starters to your favorite prepared soup to make a super satisfying meal. But if you’re looking to make something cozy and delicious from scratch, try one of these recipes.
Darn Good Veggies
Let’s start with a classic—but make it plant-based and vegan. This recipe’s a great go-to, whether you’re feeling under the weather or just enjoying the weather.
Earth of Maria
In the mood for rice instead of noodles? Try this deliciously vegan version of creamy chicken and wild rice soup, made with jackfruit and thickened with plant-based milk.
Our Teriyaki Jackfruit makes for a meaty addition to Asian-style noodles and broth. The result is a savory soup that’s super customizable. Add fresh veggies like greens, shredded carrots or mushrooms, and enjoy.
Hot for Food
Another Asian noodle soup we love on a chilly day is laksa, and this meatless version made with jackfruit should definitely do the trick.
Plant Based Instant Pot
A slow cooker makes this recipe especially simple, but you can also adapt it to the stovetop. Either way, the craveable combination of creamy coconut milk, zesty lemongrass and meaty jackfruit can’t be beat.
My Pure Plants
This meatless version of a beloved comfort food is as hearty as it gets—and we love the addition of some unexpected spices.
We couldn’t have a round-up of soup and stew recipes without including a classic chili, could we? This one swaps traditional meat for pulled jackfruit, while two different kinds of beans add plenty of protein.
Prefer your chili green? We’ve got a jackfruit-filled version of that, too. This plant-based chili verde recipe is full of flavor, but easy to throw together thanks to the premade salsa. Add our Lightly Seasoned Jackfruit, and you’ve got a perfect weeknight meal.
A chipotle-based broth and our Plant-Based Pulled Pork make this plant-based tortilla soup so rich and savory. Meanwhile, the variety of toppings (all optional, but strongly recommended!) add contrasting textures. We bet this is a recipe you’ll make again and again.