These Asian noodle soup recipes pack varying yummy combinations of meat and vegetables for satisfying meals.
Great for lunches and dinners alike, you can cook these noodle soups as a single dish when you work from home, or as a one-pot dish for family dinners.
This Clear Chicken Noodle Soup is comfort food at its best. Season soup with a dash of soy sauce for a salty kick. You can serve the broth with noodles of your choice.
This yummy char siu pork noodle soup is so flavourful and filling. Your family will absolutely love it!
This spicy coconut fish soup with vermicelli noodles is fusion of Thai spices and the beloved fish soup you find at your nearby hawker centre.
Easy to prepare and bursting with flavours, this guilt-free dish is not only a great comfort food to share with your loved ones, it is also delicious.
A family favourite in both Singapore and Malaysia, this hearty and delicious Hokkien prawn noodle soup is goodness in a bowl!
Ready in minutes, this Japanese classic miso udon soup is nourishing, comforting and so easy to make.
Make your own delicious version of the classic mixed wonton soup using this super simple recipe.
This laksa-inspired dish is fab for busy weeknights. The Fish Noodles In Spicy Coconut Broth recipe takes under 30 minutes to cook, yet is so flavourful.
A simple take on classic soup noodles with roasted meat, this pork and noodle broth is both wholesome and hearty!
Normally a delicacy for special events, add abalone to these gorgeous mushroom noodles for something more upscale.
This mee sua cooked in chicken soup and with chicken fillets and sesame oil, and garnished with omelette and dried seaweed.
Accompanied by generous servings of chicken breast and bean sprouts, Chicken Pho will ensure you have your fill without being overwhelming. Here’s how to make sure you achieve the light but rich texture of the soup.
Healthier than the hawker versions and still good value for money, this spicy mee soto warms the belly and makes the perfect soupy dish for cold, rainy days.
Love fish head soup? Try this beloved recipe from the inimitable chef Martin Yan.
This easy soup recipe combines mee sua, or salted noodles made from wheat flour, with the savoury and meaty canned pork ribs for a rich, tasty broth that’s perfect for lunch.
Text: Atika Lim, additional reporting: Simone Wu
This post was first published on October 20, 2016, and updated on July 7, 2020.