Soups vs. Stews, the ultimate showdown! OK maybe not, but it is important to know the difference. Here’s the mini break down to help you set these two foods apart.
Soups tend to have more liquid than stews. Stews are hardy and thick and can be served on a plate or bowl. Stews also take longer to cook; however, both (soups and stews) are a combination of vegetables and meat cooked in liquid. Thus, making them both delicious and savory.