Sour soup refers to various soups in a number of national cuisines. The name reflects its distinctive feature: sour taste. Often a sour soup has a specific national name. Sour soups are known in East Asian, Southeast Asian, and Slavic cuisines.
... Styrian sour soup (Slovene Štajerska kisla juha) is a sour soup that originates from Lower Styria ...
... Samlor machu pkong or "Sour Shrimp Stew" is a Cambodian sour soup flavored with lemon, chilis, prawns and/or shrimp ... One of the most popular sour soups in Cambodia, it is eaten most often on special occasions ... Samlar machu yuan or "Vietnam sour soup" is another common hot and sour soup of Cambodia originating among the Khmer Krom of the Mekong Delta region (hence, the ...
... Name Image Region Description Borleves wine soup Goulash Gulyásleves Goulash soup Főzelék thick vegetable stew Halászlé Fisherman's Soup traditional red fish soup spiced ...
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—Bible: New Testament, Luke 23:36,37.