Soya bean and pea soup recipe

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Soya bean and pea soup is a brilliant, filling soup made in minutes with frozen peas, rocket, basil, stock and soya beans - it's low-calorie but tastes deliciously full fat.

soya bean and pea soup
  • healthy
  • Low-fat
  • Nut-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • healthy
Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time15 mins
Total Time20 mins
Five A DayTwo
Cost RangeCheap
Nutrition Per PortionRDA
Calories129 Kcal6%
Fat5.5 g8%

This soya bean and pea soup is a gorgeously green pea and bean soup that is easy to make and healthy.

It's also a really easy alternative to traditional pea soup, and just as tasty. The best part is that the main ingredients are from frozen, so you only have to buy a few fresh items to make a whole meal. Find soya beans in the frozen beans aisle of larger supermarkets - they're often called edamame beans, or edamame soya beans. They are a really useful source of whole protein, meaning they contain all the essential amino acids the body needs. Most plant proteins are not 'whole', so soya beans are particularly great for vegetarians and vegans. This soup is suitable for both. It only takes 20 minutes to make and is only 129 calories per serving.


  • 200g frozen soya beans (also called edamame beans)
  • 200g frozen peas
  • 500ml hot vegetable stock
  • 6 spring onions, trimmed and chopped
  • 1 small bunch basil leaves
  • 1 handful (50g) rocket leaves
  • 300ml light soya milk




  1. Put the frozen soya beans, frozen peas, vegetable stock and spring onions in a pan. Bring to the boil and simmer for five mins.
  2. Add the basil and rocket leaves and light soya milk. Separate the mixture in to two bowls. Blend the mixture in one of the bowls until it's smooth, leave the other bowl of soup chunky. Combine both mixtures and warm through to serve.

Top tip for making this soya bean and pea soup

Make this and freeze into individual portions so you've plenty of low-cal, low-fat soup portions ready when you feel peckish.

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