Make this Easy Vegetarian Tortilla Soup Recipe with only a few ingredients! This delicious vegetarian soup recipe is sponsored by Nasoya. All delicious opinions are my own
Easy Vegetarian Tortilla Soup Recipe
There are many reasons why fall is my favorite season of the year. But one of the best reasons……soup. This girl can eat soup when it’s 100 degrees outside, but there’s something about cool fall weather and a steaming bowl of homemade soup that has me feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Insert this amazing delicious and Easy Vegetarian Tortilla Soup Recipe. Only 7 ingredients (and yes, that includes spices!), gluten free and dairy free, this soup has been taste tested and approved by some of my world’s most critical judges (including my particular husband). So come and feel cozy with me this fall with a hearty and delicious soup (and even a crockpot recipe version). No meat required!
Have you ever surprised yourself in the kitchen? It happened to me with this recipe. Only 7 ingredients in, I was in complete shock that this soup did not require ANY extra seasoning. No seriously, my mouth was agape. It was perfection, just as is and one of the most delicious soups I’ve ever had. And just because I thought I was crazy, I had not one but 3 extra people taste test the recipe. And everyone had the same response. Incredibly delicious! Hearty, spicy and not missing the meat at all (anyone else hating the rising meat prices?), this Vegetarian Tortilla Soup is the perfect way to welcome fall. And now, I share my creation with you. Ready to make the easiest vegetarian tortilla soup ever? So simple!
The Easiest Vegetarian Tortilla Soup Recipe
- 2 28 oz. cans of Crushed Tomatoes
- 7 oz. can Jalapenos drained and chopped (I used medium for a spicy kick)
- 8 C. of Vegetarian Broth
- 2 C. Frozen Corn
- 20 oz. of Frozen Onions/Peppers Veggie Mix
- 2 15 oz. cans of Black Beans (not drained)
- 16 oz. of Tofu - such as Nasoya Chipotle TofuBaked cut into bite sized cubes
- OPTIONAL: Sliced avocado sprinkle cheese, tortilla chips
- Combine all ingredients (except Tofu and black beans) in a large stockpot on the stove. Heat to medium and stir occasionally until soup comes to a boil.
- Reduce heat and cover about 1 hour.
- Add Black Beans and Tofu and cook over low/medium low heat until heated through.
- Serve warm. Top with tortilla chips, avocado and/or cheese if desired.
- Freezes well
Want to make this one in the crock pot? Just simmer on low for 4-6 hours, adding the tofu and beans an hour before finished. YUM!
What’s the crowning glory of my newest favorite soup? Nasoya TofuBaked. Have you heard of this delicious tofu brand yet? I am a LOVER!
- USDA Certified Organic
- Non-GMO Ingredients
- Certified Gluten Free
- Made with Sustainable Whole Soybeans
- Packed with Natural Protein
NEW to the scene is Nasoya Organic Chipotle TofuBaked. This smoky and spicy baked tofu product is the perfect protein addition to my vegetarian soup. I love how everything is pre-marinated and ready for use so I can focus on more important things, like fall family fun!
Look for Nasoya Tofu and their other delicious products at your favorite retailer. Be sure to follow Nasoya via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube for the latest product updates, recipe ideas and more! We are spicing up our fall with this Easy 7-ingredient Vegetarian Tortilla Soup. Perfect fall comfort food, we are enjoying all of the flavors of the season!
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susan smoaks says
i am excited to try the asian style noodles, they look really good
Stephanie Bonck says
I want to try Tofu Baked and eat it like a po boy.
I would really like to try the Asian Style Wraps!
I am excited to try the Organic Sesame Ginger TofuBaked!
I am most excited to try the Shirataki Noodles.
Laurie Nykaza says
TofuBaked looks really good I would love to try it!
Lesley F says
I would try the Won Ton Wraps
Actually the Chipotle tofu is the next one I need to try. I already buy the Sesame Ginger and Teriyaki flavors. As a vegan, I buy Nasoya tofu about once a week.
I want to try the Asian Style Wraps.
Kristy Wolfgang says
I would love to try Pasta Zero – Shirataki Spaghetti. We love pasta in our family, and it would be nice to cut back on carbs.
amy deeter says
The Asian Style Wraps sound amazing !
steve weber says
I would really like to try the Asian Style Wraps!
Betty C says
I’d like to try the Won Ton Wraps
Jasmine P says
I can’t wait to try the Asian Style Noodles!
Joy Q says
I really want to try the Organic Sesame Ginger TofuBaked.
Alona Y says
I’d love to try the TofuBaked, looks good.
Laurie Emerson says
I am most excited to try their Asian Style Wraps.
I have heard about, but have not tried, Shirataki noodles. I’d love to try Nasoya’s.
sarah s says
One of the items I’m excited to try is the Sesame Ginger TofuBaked.
Lily Kwan says
I am most excited to try Nayonaise!