Broccoli Feta Soup
In line with my Tomato Feta Soup, I wanted to create a green version. This soup is calling your name if you have a few broccoli crowns chilling in your fridge. SO incredibly simple to make and very few ingredients. The broccoli-feta combination is the greatest of partnerships. This soup is super creamy even without the feta cheese.
Get your tiny square post it pad out, because this is a short list of ingredients. And if you’re not a fan of orzo (or don’t have any) you can use rice or any other small size pasta. In addition, if you’re not down with feta cheese, you can just leave it out or add some freshly grated parmigiano reggiano cheese on top.
For the broccoli, you are not just using the florets. Use the stems too. Just trim the edge gross part off and chop up the stems. Very important to this recipe is to not overly mash your broccoli after it has cooked. You want to gently mash but sustain the texture of the broccoli at the same time; small chunks and large chunks are what’s desirable. I smashed 6 times and it was perfect.
When plating your soup, you MUST drizzle some olive oil on the top – in my household you drizzled olive oil on everything. Also a necessity is to top with chili pepper flakes. It adds that extra little kick that perfects the soup. Please please please serve this with crusty fresh bread. It is a match made in heaven. Another recommended option is squeezing some lemon juice on top.
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Broccoli Feta Soup
- 1 lb broccoli
- 4 cups low sodium chicken broth
- 2 cups water
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 tsp salt
- black pepper to taste
- 3/4 cup orzo pasta
- 3.5 oz feta cheese
- chili pepper flakes, to taste
- Garnish: drizzle of olive oil + lemon juice
- Rinse and slice your broccoli into florets and dice the stems too.
- To a medium stock pot, add all of the broccoli pieces, garlic, broth, water, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer. Cover your pot and cook for 30 minutes.
- Using a potato masher, gently smash the broccoli about 6 times. Leave large and small pieces in the soup for texture. Add in the orzo and cook uncovered, STIRRING CONSTANTLY, for 15 minutes or until pasta is cooked. Stay on top of the pot, the pasta will stick if left unattended.
- Remove the pot from the burner and crumble in your feta. Mix it in. Serve in your bowls, drizzle with a little olive oil, squeeze on some lemon juice and top with chili pepper flakes to taste.
Made this soup last night…..HUGE HIT!!!!
It’s a keeper!
Hi Helen! SO happy you all enjoyed and thank you for the feedback!
Can you use goat cheese instead of feta?
What I have on hand…
absolutely or parmesan cheese!
Very, very tasty. I especially recommend that I’m after dental treatment and can barely eat. It definitely closes the corner next to 2 slices of bread.
This soup is DELICIOUS! 😋 I’m already planning on when I will make it again. This is going in my regular soup rotation 💜
Hi LIZ! Wow! It’s great to read that you are loving this soup! Thank you for the feedback and the rating! Cheers!
Very comforting dish- thanks for sharing such a simple and satisfying recipe.
Glad you liked the soup! And thanks for the kind rating!
I stumbled across this recipe on tik tok and knew it would be delish. Just made it for lunch and it is so good! Very easy to throw together while doing other things in the kitchen. Thank you!
Hi Betsy! Exactly the perfect recipe to allow to slow cook while you’re doing your thing. Thank you for the rating and comment too!
This soup is really good! Like unbelievably good. Super filling and so so creamy! Red pepper flakes on top are a must. I will make this again and again!
Hi Sarah, Happy to read your comment and that you will be making again! Cheers!
Delicious and simple! Excellent call on the olive oil and crushed red on top.
Hi Sara, Thank you so much! I’m very glad you liked the soup and toppings. Olive oil literally goes on everything in Greece lol.
Just made this!! Great dish to make for beginners and the feta really gives it a nice touch! I will continue to experiment with this recipe to add just a tad more flavor to it.
Hi Alicia! Thank you for the feedback and I’m happy you liked the dish!
Quick and easy and delicious!!!!
Hi D! That’s exactly my recipe checklist!!! Glad you enjoyed it!
This was very good. I added lemon zest to it. The orzo soaked up pretty much all of the liquid, so I added a little heavy cream in it. Topped it with red pepper flakes and olive oil as recommended.
Hi Hayley! Glad you enjoyed. If you notice the liquids getting soaked up in a soup, you can add some more in and then cover the pot while it finishes cooking. I love the lemon and heavy cream add ins too!
This was so easy to make and my fiancé said it might be the best soup he’s ever had. It was delicious. We made it vegan with vegetable broth and vegan feta and topped with pesto olive oil. Highly recommend!
Hi Alyssa! Love that you made it vegan and both of you loved it! I have to try it with the pesto – amazing idea! Thank you so much for the feedback!
I made this vegan with veggie broth and some not chicken bullion paste for extra flavor and of course vegan feta! It was so easy and delish!!
It really doesn’t need anything else but if you want to make it into a full meal try adding vegan meatballs & a bunch of homemade croutons 🙂
Hi Mary! MMMM I need to try all of your additions! They sound delicious for the days I got meatless. Thank you!
my partner and I absolutely LOVE this soup but sadly it makes me bloat up like a dead cow! ha ha ha ill keep trying other options because it’s so worth it! 😉
This is an amazing burst of flavor in a soup! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!
Forgot to add: my 13 year old daughter made this by herself and it came out perfect!
Hello Dena! I LOVE reading that your young daughter made this ON HER OWN! Made me smile!
I added lemon at the very end, gives it that extra flavor needed. Highly recommend it.
Hi Alexis, yes, its always better with lemon and thank you for the feedback!
Found this recipe on Instagram reels when I was sick with a chest cold. I was skeptical when putting the ingredients together that it would be flavorful – but the garlic and feta really make it shine! Made it with 3/4 cup of rice instead of orzo and it came out perfectly. I read the comments below and also added lemon zest which was a great addition. My husband (who always complains when I try and feed him soup) scraped the bottom of his bowl and got up for seconds. I must say, this is one of the easiest and fastest soups to put together and with such minimal ingredients, this is going to be a staple in my house from now on.
Hi Nancy, I really hope you’re feeling better from your cold! I’m also very glad you found the recipe and you and your hubbie enjoyed it! Thank you for taking the time to comment and rate!
Glad I found this, I don’t have orzo & will sub with rice! It’s a good soup day, looking forward to dinner!
Hey! Do you think this could be done in a crockpot?
Thank you for sharing easy and tasty recipes 🙂 !
Hi Alicia! Thank you for the feedback! Glad you enjoyed !!
Do you really cook broccoli as 30 + 15 minutes! I think 5 is enough.
Trust me, this recipe is perfection as is.
I added chicken… omg mind blowing good!
Thank you so much for this recipe!!! It’s now a staple in our house! We all have so much love for your soup.
Hi Colleen! I love reading that! It’s one of my favorites too!
I’m making this sour right now. Wondering if the heat should be turned up after you add the orzo?
Would frozen broccoli work just as well? Would cooking time need to be adjusted?
Hi Sarah, Yes frozen broccoli will work too. Time should be relatively the same – maybe add another 5-10 minutes more.
Just read all the comments about frozen broccoli! I’m all set! Thanks. Can’t wait to make this!!
Such a great soup! Thank you for sharing! How good is this for freezing?
Hi Ryan, Thanks! Yes, you can freeze it; Freeze it flat in a ziploc bag and then thaw overnight in your fridge.
Such a yummy and satisfying soup! The olive oil really does tie it all together!!
Hi Kara, I’m glad you enjoyed this soup! It’s a great recipe to have on the side!
I added shredded chicken for some protein and yum!
Hi Ali! Its amazing with the chicken! Thank you for rating the recipe!
I made this soup on Sunday night & just now eating it, it’s delicious but mine didn’t come out soup-like. It’s like a legit broccoli/Orzo main dish😭😂. I love it just salty it’s not a soup consistency. Forgot to add the red pepper flakes on top but still delicious!! Thank you !!
Hi John’ae! Love your name! Glad you liked the dish in the end even though it thickened up on you! Make sure you keep the simmer low and the pot covered. If the liquid still evaporates, add some more…
Absolutely amazing! I’m not a huge veggie fan but I couldn’t stop eating this soup. I ate it with a side of fresh garlic bread which went very well. (The cookies on this site are out of this world as well, my flatmates make me bake them every month)
Hi Georgina! Happy to read everyone’s enjoying the goodies! Thank you for the review too!!
So simple yet so delicious! Others recommended adding in some lemon zest and juice which turned out perfectly. Kept extra stock on the side to add as it did get rather thick.
Hi Elyse, definitely amazing with the lemon! Thanks for the rating!
Made this today for lunch. Amazing. Didn’t have feta on hand so used parm still amazing! And so simple. (Also used frozen broccoli) 🤫
Delicious! Added some lemon zest and juice.
I’ve made this soup 6-7 times now over the Australian winter. Anyone who’s had covid has received a bowl and there is so much love for it! An absolute fav.
Hi Jaye in Australia, glad its been on your rotation! Thanks for taking care of your friends and fam!
This is my favorite soup! I have made this about 5+ times! So easy and delicious!!!
Hi Frankie! That’s so awesome! Thanks for the kind rating! Cheers!
Okay dumb question but I don’t have a potato masher..in my country we use handheld mixers to make mashed potatoes. What could I use to mash the broccoli?
Hi Angelina, you can use a large fork!
Going to make this today! Looks fabulous; ThankYou ~
Hi Lisa, hope you enjoyed the soup!
Simply amazing been making weekly since i found the recipe
Hi Rita, Glad you enjoyed the soup! Thanks for the rating too!
How well does this soup freeze? I like to made ahead.
Sounds good, but I’m gluten free. What could you use instead of orzo please? maybe quinoa or some rice?
Hi Abi, yes! Totally sub in quinoa or rice for the orzo. One lady shared that she used potato chunks instead of the orzo too! I like that one
I’m GF, too. I find that Banza “rice” is actually more like orzo than rice, so I use it for all recipes calling for orzo. But I did parboil it separately before adding it to this soup because GF everything absorbs more liquid than their regular counterparts.
How does this recipe adapt/translate to slow cooker or pressure cooker?
Do you sauté the garlic first in old be oil? I’m Italian and we always do that. Seems like it would give more flavor to the soup.
Hi Roslynn, I did not saute the garlic here first. Its up to you. The heat of the soup will release the flavors of the ingredients though.Either way,
Adding to my winter repertoire. Delicious and nutritious!
Yay! Glad you liked the soup!
Should I have cooked the Orzo in a separate pot & added orzo once I ladled soup in bowl? It turned out great but was wondering if I should have cooked pasta seperately. Making ur greek salad tomorrow! Thank u for sharing ur recipes! ❤️
Hi Carey, the orzo cooks in one pot with the rest of the soup. No precook necessary. Thank you for trying out my recipes and ofc rating them!
This recipe came across at the perfect time – I saw it on instagram after accidentally acquiring a TON of broccoli (thanks instacart). I ended up making this for dinner tonight and it was fantastic! Very easy, and very flavorful. Definitely adding it to my list of go-tos for this fall & winter.
Thank you for sharing!
Love to read that KJ! Thanks for taking the time to comment and rate the soup too!!
I just made this for lunch today and it turned out soooo good! I added tiny pieces of shredded chicken breast and the chili flakes halfway through the pasta cooking time as well as added some heavy cream at the end. I drizzled truffle oil in each bowl and it put the flavour profile over the top! Thanks for this recipe! It’s definitely going into my recipe book as a favorite!!!
This was so good and hearty. Everytime I took a bite I was hum..mhhm mhhh so good. I know it sounds crazy but it truly is a simple but fulfilling meal.
Hi Bethany! I agree with you sometimes simple with a few ingredients equals something fresh and magical!
I don’t know what I did wrong! The recipe was very straight forward but the soup unfortunately turned out rather flavorless. Any advice?
Hi Abby, I’m so sorry about that! I would definitley recommend tasting and seasoning as you go with salt and pepper and any other seasonings listed in each recipe.
Hi Stacey! Glad you liked the soup!
Loved this! So rich and creamy. Everything about this is dreamy!!!!
Hi Nancy, I agree, such a simple and yummy little soup! Thank you for trying it!!
This was so delicious! Made it vegan by using vegan feta and vegetable broth. Didn’t have Orzo and used Arborio rice instead. My son, the vegan in the family, couldn’t get enough and we, the non-vegans, helped him scraped the soup pot! The oil on top 👌
Just made it, and it is now one of my favourite soup. Totally a keeper!! I had my doubts about olive oil on top of a soup but oh boy, did it fit perfectly. Thanks so kuch for sharing this recipe!
It was good and easy. I added a little cream.
How can this recipe be adapted for an Instapot?
Im so excited to make this! Its perfect for this cold weather. TY for the vegan option.
Easy, flavorful and delish!
Easy & delicious. I used vegetable broth instead of chicken.
This was so good and super easy to make!! This is definitely gonna be on my list to make more often!
Soup was easy to make and tasted good. My picture looked just like the one with the recipe.
Hi Betty, sounds fabulous!
ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! The best and easiest soup I have ever made. Will become a regular meal at out home.
I did add some chopped chicken, sooo good.
This is absolutely delicious and so easy to make. It is now in the regular weekly dinner rotation. This soup and a green salad is a lovely and healthy dinner. I also tried this recipe using cauliflower instead of broccoli and it too was so delicious. With the cauliflower the soup ends up looking very white so at the very end end I added a handful of baby spinach (which wilts nicely in the hot soup) and it added color and extra nutrients…so good. Very versatile recipe. Thank you Stella.
Easy and delicious. I substituted brown rice for the orzo which required a bit more cooking time. I will definitely be making this again!
I added a shallot and fresh oregano as well. Started out sautéing garlic, shallot and half of my fresh oregano in a little olive oil on low heat then continued with the recipe and added the other half of the fresh oregano with boil process. Turned out amazing!! Thank you, reminded me of a take on feta fries!
Hi Lindsey, I love the addition of those herbs! Thanks for sharing your feedback – so useful for everyone!
Made this for dinner tonight,it was sooooo good that everyone was asking for seconds. Lucky I doubled the recipe. Definitely will make again..Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Smart move doubling it Donna! Thanks for the rating!
Tried this soup for dinner tonight and it was delicious–and super easy. I used vegetable bouillon instead of chicken broth because we’re vegetarian. I did find the soup a little bland, so I added some rosemary and thyme to make it a little more interesting. I’ll definitely be making it again though!
Tried this soup for dinner tonight and it was delicious–and super easy. I used vegetable bouillon instead of chicken broth because we’re vegetarian. I did find the soup a little bland, so I added some rosemary and thyme to make it a little more interesting.
Hi Arthur glad you liked it and thanks for sharing your tips with us – will definitely help others! Cheers!
This is SOOOO good
Hi Annie, glad you liked it – its one of my favorites!!
Wow just made this!! So delicious 🤤
HI Cassidy, glad the soup was enjoyed! And thank you for the rating!
This soup is so simple and delicious. We will definitely be making it again soon. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Hi Christina, happy it was enjoyed! Thanks also for the rating!
My husband and I loved this soup! I added additional Feta and had to give the bowl with red pepper flakes to him as it was too hot for me 😉 Definitely a great way to eat a veggie I am not a big fan of!
My new favorite soup. I added dill and lemon zest
My whole family loved this!! So good!
We loved it! Both my husband and son enjoyed it. I did add a bit of heavy whipping cream and a little extra chicken broth (I used all my home made turkey broth) to make sure there was enough broth. This is going on our dinner rotation!
This was amazing! Made it yesterday and it will definitely be added to our frequent rotation. Can you tell me what the measurement of the serving size is?
For low carb could u use cauliflower instead of paste and what would carb count be. Tks
Ok I am a queen of soups, this one was new to me and SO GOOD, I even used frozen broccoli and it was fine. Will make again its delicious!!! Thank you!
Made this for meal prep, has really good flavours!
Hi Claire, glad you liked the soup and I appreciate you taking the time to rate it!!
Knocked our socks off. The flavors are complex and satisfy.
Hi Lorraine, SO happy this soup was enjoyed and thanks for taking the time to rate it!
Wondering if it would be ok if I throw frozen broccoli in it? Or should I steam the broccoli first?
I love love this soup. The second time I didn’t have orzo so I used penne and I added a shallot. I love all of your recipes.
Hi Lori, thanks for sharing the feedback and your kindness!
Another hit, Stella! My 9yo daughter helped me cook and I think that added to her enjoyment but she made so many yum noises while eating. Luckily there’s enough leftover for her lunch tomorrow!
Hi Megan, Awwww thats so beautiful! I’m glad she was involved in making it – that’s the best quality time spent!
I don’t know how I came across your recipe, I’m just glad I did! It’s summer here in Australia so not exactly soup weather but once I saw your recipe, I knew I had to give it a crack. Thanks so much for sharing, it’s going to be a staple in my household!
P.S. Wondering if the few people who have tried it and said it was a little lacking in taste gave a really good squeeze of lemon at the end, and also I reckon good quality feta is a must – I use Dodoni and from the photos it looks like Stella does too.
Hi Karin, YES Dodoni is a must!! I’m not sure but I know this is one of my favorite soups ever! Thanks for trying it even though its hot out for you in Australia!
Soo good! I added mushrooms and reheated the next day was even better 😋
So delicisous! Thank you for sharing with us
Delicious & easy! Soooo good!
Incredibly delicious! I didn’t add any salt and it was too salty so added a bit of water at the end to balance it out, maybe it was the feta or broth so just keep that in mind!
WOW WOW WOW! Who knew something so simple could be so delicious! I added a couple tablespoons of lemon juice while the pasta was cooking, added ~1 pound of shredded chicken (after everything was cooked, and of course used Dodoni feta which hands down is THE BEST feta. The olive oil on top is KEY! Thank you for all of your easy, simple recipes!
Hi Clayton, I thank YOU for trying the recipes out and your kindness on the ratings!
And I definitely agree – Dodoni is the best feta!
Great soup!!! Saw it on Instagram and now my daughter and I have both made it and loved it! 😀
Hi Gina, glad you BOTH enjoyed the soup! Thanks for sharing it!
This was delicious, so easy to make, and the taste was amazing!! Will be making again! Now to try the tomato version it was inspired by 🙂
Hi Emily you will love the tomato version if you liked this one!
So easy and delicious! Added a little extra lemon juice and some zest then garnished with red pepper and olive oil. Definitely adding to the favorite recipe list!
Hi Kristy, Beautiful! Happy you liked it and thanks for sharing your feedback!
This soup is very good! Another hit for us from you. Thank you for making healthy easy and delicious!
Hi Sara, glad you enjoyed the soup and thanks so much for the KIND feedback!
This recipe is so delicious! It’s a comforting soup on a cold day. My family loved it w French bread too.
Hi Robyn, OH YES very good with French bread!! Love it!
SO GOOD and simple!!
Hi Vanna, glad you liked it and thank you for the rating!
Thank you for this recipe! It’s so simple yet so delicious and satisfying! I made it with rice instead of orzo and topped with olive oil, red pepper flakes, and a squeeze of lemon! Perfection! 👌🏼
Hi Dawn, SO happy you enjoyed this soup – it is on repeat in my house !!! Thank you for trying it!
Loved this! So nice for rainy days and very filling. I’m a student and I don’t have much time or energy to cook these days, but this was such an easy and cheap recipe to make! I have a lot of leftovers, so I will likely have this as dinner for the rest of the week. Thanks for sharing this tasty recipe.
Hi Em, FANTASTIC! I love having this soup as leftovers! Its my favorite! Thanks for the rating too!
Love, love, love this recipe! Definitely will be a go to soup. Very easy and quick to make. OPA! Thank you!
HI Andrea, glad you like the soup and thanks so much for giving it a try!! Cheers!
This looks delicious, I plan on making it next week. Any suggestions on what meat could be added to it, or paired with it? Thanks!
Hi Sarah, sorry for the late reply but I would add in shredded chicken!
Absolutely delicious! Super quick and easy to make. Will for sure make this next time I’m sick. Filling and satisfying but not heavy! 10/10.
Hi Sarah, YES – I would describe it exactly like that! Thanks for trying it and the kind review!!
12/10! I added shrimp and topped the feta with toasted pumpkin seeds. I’ve never cooked broccoli for the length of time you recommend in this recipe – but it’s the key. Delish. Love your recipes. Thank you!
Hi Christine, wow shrimp – I never would have thought to add those in. Thanks for sharing!
Looks amazing. Can u substitute riced cauliflower for orzo? Can’t wait to try!
HI Nanci, that’s a great idea. should work!
If I sub long grain rice for the orzo, how long does it need to cook (I’m sure it will need more than 15 minutes)? Excited to try it!
HI Kathy, it should work, but you will probably need more time and liquid.
Love this soup!!!
Thanks so much for trying it!
Used rice & added shredded chicken. Utterly delicious!!
Hi Julie, that sounds like a winning combo to me! Thanks for the kind feedback!
Great tasting recipe! Easy to and cool proof to put together! I was wondering if you could freeze this for leftovers later on?
Glad you liked the soup! If you are freezing I would only freeze the soup and not add feta to the whole pot. Add the feta as you eat the bowls.
I made this tonight for dinner with rice and it was wonderful! I love broccoli, feta and lemon so it was right up my alley!!
Hi Renee, I need to try it with rice sounds awesome!
Made this soup today. Absolutely delicious & healthy!!!! Easy to make! This will definitely be a staple in our home!
Thank you, Randye
Hi Randye, GLad you liked it and thanks for the kind rating!
Made this today and it is amazing! Thank you! 🙂 Adding to my soup rotation. Yum!
Wow! Fantastic recipe, very easy to do and very tasty!
Thank you so much for this! 🙂
Seen this recipe scrolling through Instagram and I just happen to have a brand new bag of broccoli left over from work that no one wanted, so I decided to give it a try and wow….this soup was so easy and quick to make and the flavor was amazing!! now this will be on rotation in my house all the time!
I made it without cheese and doesn’t need it although I am sure it’s even better (my feta was passed its prime, lol). I highly recommend and will make again for sure!!
I’ve made this about five times and each time it always delivers! Such an easy, tasty meal. Perfect for cold weather or even one you can enjoy on the warmer days. The feta and little bit of lemon keep it refreshing!
Great way to not get the orzo to stick is to add a tbsp of olive oil or butter in with the orzo 🙂
Entered our life via Instagram. Tried it, loved it, now spreading the “news”. Really cold in Greece today, so it was exactly what we needed!
Lots of love from Athens ❣️
Flawless. Cannot get enough of it. I cheat: I cook the soup with 3-4 pinches of salt and reserve the feta to add to each individual serving, so I can put much more into my bowl! A generous drizzle of olive oil and a mound of crumbled feta is non-negotiable, as a squirt of fresh lemon juice, some freshly chopped dill, and more cracked pepper.
this soup was awesome!! so easy to make and very tasty. I wish i would have added chicken or chicken meatballs to go with it for a little extra protein. I don’t ever eat broccoli and I can’t say enough good things about this soup
Can you add other veggies to this? I.e kale
Just made this with my daughter for lunch. We both loved it. I was surprised at the depth of flavour. Would make again any time!
Hi Nicola, glad you enjoyed it with your daughter especially! Thanks for the rating!!
Made it with rice, and definitely would not try with rice again. Perhaps the flavor would be better with Orzo, but sadly the flavor just wasn’t very strong, which just made it feel a bit like mush. I added a LOT of red pepper flakes to make up for the lack of flavor, and that did help.
substitute the garlic with 1 big tsp. onion powder and a little asafoetida, the chicken broth with veggiebroth. Rice istead of the orzo.
This will not be the last time we make it.
This soup is soo good 😍 I made it for the first time and it’s literally the BEST! Topped it off with a wild garlic pesto and it was amazing- Thank You 💛
This is one of my favorite recipes. It’s become a weekly dinner item in my house. Thank you!
My new favorite comfort food. thank you Stella, your recipes never fail to impress.
Hi Sarah, glad you liked the soup – this is one of my faves!
I used quinoa instead of orzo. My 91 yo mom (who rarely gives compliments) couldn’t stop raving about it. I loved it too.
Hi Kevi, glad it was enjoyed (especially by your mama)! Thanks for trying it!
Delicious and filling. Highly recommend.
Hi Sharni, glad you enjoyed! Thanks for trying out the soup!
I made this soup three times already! I have used broccoli, seasoned collards, asparagus and spinach, just using what I had on hand. My husband absolutely loves it and so do I. I think I’m addicted to the liquid gold and lemon part.
Hi Jonelle, MMMMMM that sounds great with asparagus and spinach especially! Thanks for sharing with us! Glad you and your hubby loved the soup!
This is an amazingly simple, satisfying and delicious recipe. I added shredded chicken to bump up the protein. If I could have this every day I would! Thanks for the great recipes!
I doubled the recipe and added chicken. It was absolutely delicious. I put a half a lemon squeezed in the whole pot of soup and just a little bit of red pepper flakes throughout the soup and then I drizzle the olive oil when I served it it was fantastic I will definitely be making this again!!! 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Hi Melissa, thanks so much for trying the soup and including your feedback and recommendations for everyone to read!
Hello, this is delicious so thank you for posting it. Can you let me know what a serving size is though? Thank you
Hi Lauren, its one fourth of the soup.
Easy and tasty soup! Thank you Stella.
HI Manu, glad you like the soup! Thanks to you for trying it!
because of garlic allergy, i substitude it with 1/2 tsp. onion powder and 1/4 tsp. asafoetida. rice instead of orzo.
we eat it today for the second time. cold weather and this soup is a hug. thank you!