Cabbage is filled with nutrients, the major nutrient group it covers is vitamins. It is loaded with so many things and power-packed with anti-oxidants. It is from the cruciferous family of vegetables, it helps in reducing chronic inflammation. Cabbage is known to be a very good source of Vitamin C, it has potassium in good quantity which helps in lowering blood pressure.
South Indian rasam is a very important part of a meal. So every household would have a typical rasam masala that is used to make this dish, usually served with piping hot rice. If you don't make rasam regularly hence don't store rasam masala, or have run out of rasam powder and if you forgot to reserve some boiled toor dal to add to the rasam, this recipe can make a great substitute to make rasam that tastes exactly like the traditional rasam. Without boiled dal and rasam powder!!
In a pan, add jeera seeds and let them splutter/pop. Add chopped garlic and sauté till light brown. Add the chopped red/green chilies and sauté. Add roughly chopped tomatoes and sauté. Add vegetable stock or dal water and bring to a boil. Add salt. Simmer until tomatoes are cooked. Check for taste. Add seasoning, if needed. Garnish with roasted seeds and chopped mint. Serve hot. To know more, please visithttps://sharan-india.org/ Image credit for title pic: www.funbuzztime.com
Saute the onions in a hot pan for about 5 minutes until transparent. If they stick, add a little water. Add the carrots, ginger, and crushed coriander seeds and stir on medium heat for 5 minutes. Add the stock or water and bring to a boil. Cover and cook until the carrots are tender. Purée the soup in a blender and then strain through a sieve. Reheat the soup and season with salt and pepper. Ladle into bowls, and place a spoonful of coconut milk on each bowl and garnish with coriander or parsley. To know more, please visit https://sharan-india.org/
Mulligatawny is a soup which originated from South Indian cuisine. It's almost forgotten that it was known as the national soup of India. The name originates from the Tamil words miḷagu (pepper), and taṇṇi (water). Due to its popularity in England during British India, it was one of the few items of India that found common mention in the literature of the period. There are many versions of this recipe. Most of the recipes use meat rice and lentils to make it a thick broth. Let's make a millet based dairy and meat free version to enjoy a flavorful soup.
Simple, easy & quick recipe to make delicious rasam at home.Rasam means “juice” in Tamil and Telugu. In Kannada, it's called “Saaru”. It can mean any juice, but in South Indian cuisine, rasam is a thin soup made with tamarind, tomatoes and other spices like mustard, cumin ,pepper. This rasam powder and rasam are oil-free. Rasam is typically supposed to be a watery spicy and tangy dish and you will not see the consistency of a Sambar that is typically served with Idli. This is like a tasty vegetable broth.
Lauki is one of those vegetables that lend itself to almost any recipe or cuisine and any style of cooking. Here's an easy five minute recipe to a cold soup with this humble versatile vegetable. Its raw, it's tasty and its wholesome! Its super quick and uses simple ingredients.
A quick and easy way to incorporate white pumpkin into your regimen. White pumpkin is made into a soup which is both filling and nutritious. It is hydrating for the body since white pumpkin contains large amount of water. Coriander and curry leaves add a unique flavour to the soup.
An exotic soup with the goodness of veggies - greens, vegetables and herbs. This recipe is an easy yet tasty way to add greens like kale and spinach. Since this soup is loaded with vegetables it is nutritious and satisfying for all seasons.
A quick 10 minute soup to fill your hunger pangs. The simple flavours of this soup makes it a lovely one to have even during summers (but with different seasonal veggies).The one below is great for warming your winters.
Soups are a wonderful way to add nutrition to your dietary intake. Here's a simple recipe to make a tasty soup that you could have warm or cold. So, put together your leftover veggies to make this creamy soup. Works well as a meal replacer as well.
Oil-free, dairy-free, chilled and easy to make, beetroot cold soup. Summertime usually finds us not having a great appetite to eat much. It gets increasingly difficult to eat healthfully and include a lot of vegetables. Cold soups are a great way to include more seasonal veggies and add variety to what we eat.
Soups are versatile in their usage. Have them piping hot during winter and have them chilled during summer. They are easy to digest and help in giving a digestive break. They serve as an easy way to introduce more vegetables in kid's meals. Here's a quick to make, kid-friendly, dairy free, cold soup your kids will ask for more and more. What's more, it's a raw soup.
A spiced up mango pulp blended into a cool wholesome soup that can be whipped up in a jiffy. Soups are versatile in their usage. Have them piping hot during winter and have them chilled during summer. Here's a quick to make, kid friendly, dairy free, cold soup your kids will ask for more and more.
Green leafy vegetables like palak are a natural source of essential minerals and vitamins. They also rich in fibre and help curb our craving for salt. Therefore a must add to your diet. Palak can be had in salads, curries, snack etc. Here a quick and simple recipe to make creamy palak soup.
Making Cream of mushroom soup at home need not be a cumbersome affair. But making the same without using dairy may sound like bit of a challenge. Well! Not any more. You got to try out this recipe to believe how creamy, yummy mushroom soup can be, even when no milk added! Go on discover the secret!
This is a wonderful winter soup. If vegetables are cooked too long they lose their enzymes & nutrition. Thus we usually steam the veggies where needed. Or mostly keep them crunchy, say in the following recipe adding them only at the end. We also do not heat or reheat or boil too much. Idea is to retain flavour and color of veggies! Please note, all the portions are indicative. You may want to make changes as per your personal prefernce!