Madzoon Soup

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Madzoon Soup

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Adjust Servings:
180 g gluten-free noodles Pasta I used corn noodles
1/2 teaspoon Rock salt
2 teaspoons Vegetable powder
2 cups Water
1 cup Plant-based yogurt
1 juiced Lemon
1/2 teaspoon Sea salt
1/2 teaspoon White pepper
2 teaspoons Mint sauce

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  • Gluten-Free
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Low FODMAP

Madzoon is a warm soup from Armenian cuisine made of noodles and a yogurt and lemon broth. Highly enjoyable, it’s surprising variation of the Eastern noodle soup.

  • 15 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy




Madzoon soup is a traditional Armenian soup that is eaten slightly warm or cold. It’s made of noodles (the larger the better) and a vegetable broth with yogurt, lemon juice, and mint.

This soup is very quick to prepare: cook the noodles in abundant salty water by following the instructions on the package. While the pasta is cooking, prepare the vegetable broth by mixing the vegetable powder and warm water. In a large bowl, mix the broth with yogurt, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

When the pasta is al dente, drain and transfer to the bowl with the broth. Mix well, and transfer to the serving bowls. Add a few fresh mint leaves or a teaspoon of mint sauce.


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10 minutes

Cook the noodles

Put 5 litres of water in a pasta pot, add the rock salt and bring to the boil. Cook the noodles according to the instructions on the package, until al dente.

5 minutes

Prepare the broth

Prepare the vegetable broth by mixing together the vegetable powder and 2 cups of water. Then, transfer the broth to a large bowl that is capable to contain both the broth and the noodles. Add the yogurt, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Mix everything together.


Mix and serve

Drain the noodles and add them to the broth. Transfer to the serving bowls and top with fresh mint leaves or with a teaspoon of mint sauce. Enjoy warm or cold!


I'm an IT professional with a background in journalism. Creating blogs with WordPress is a hobby and a passion of mine. Vegetarian since 2010, vegan since 2012, when I met Jeff I tempted his taste buds with my cooking and it's been love ever since.

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