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Category Archives: Soups Recipes

September 26, 2014
Yakhni Shorba

Soups are perfect for any weather, they can be made in vegetarian varieties like tomato, carrot, mushroom etc, while non-vegetarian varieties include chicken, mutton etc. Shorba is an Indian name for the soups and Yakhni Shorba is a mutton soup, very rich in proteins and is advised to people who are recovering from bone loss etc., and need high proteins in their diet. The soup has a simple and perfect taste and goes well before [...]

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Food is good, decor is great

Why do people go to eat at a restaurant? More often than not because they are celebrating or marking an occasion, right?  Yes, this is where lies the connect between name of the restaurant I visited last week and food business. 21 Gun Salute has been woven around the theme of according respect to your presence at their property. They are not exhausting their ammunition but for sure, they are displaying their arms to mark your occasion.  [...]

September 11, 2014
Thupka

Thukpa is a hot noodle soup made with mixing vegetables and/or chicken and goes well with the cold weather of northeastern Indo-Tibetan border region. It is very famous in the States of Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. The vegetables used in the preparation are fairly common such as mushrooms, cabbage, onion etc so I thought why not enjoy this great taste at home. Soups can generally be served through the year any time and this one [...]

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March 19, 2014
Peas & Mint Soup

Soup is one healthy dish which should definitely be a part of your daily meals. With so many vegetables available in the market, there is no dearth of the kind of soups you can make at home. So why have only regular soup? Let’s try something different this time and give the taste buds a new experience. I used peas and mint leaves to make the soup today, and it turned out to have a [...]

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March 1, 2014
Beetroot Soup

Beetroot or chukandar is a very common winter vegetable in India. Traditionally it has been used to treat blood, digestion and liver related ailments. It contains red color betanin compound which helps the blood flow apart from folate and magnesium. The red color root is still in season and can be used to make healthy vegetable and soups. Today I made Beetroot Soup, garnished it with some cream and it tasted so yummy. Soup is [...]

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December 27, 2013
Hot & Sour Soup

I’ve tried many variations of Hot & Sour Soup in multiple restaurants in different cities and even countries and have every time loved it. This is my favorite soup and I love it all the more in the winter season. Today I made this delectable soup at home and served it before dinner for a cozy start to a wonderful evening. You too can make this soup at home and enjoy with your family and [...]

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December 18, 2013
Peas & Corn Soup

The fog is making a comeback and the evenings are getting more chilly. The next month is a perfect time to enjoy something hot and be cozy at home and soups set the perfect mood for the evening. So let’s see another great soup recipe today which you can make easily at home. Peas & Corn Soup is prepared with the two ingredients in its name along with Indian spices, I always keep frozen corn [...]

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November 26, 2013
Rasam

Rasam is one of the most delicious dishes from South India and is found in nearly every meal of families from this part of India. It is generally made from imli or tamarind combined with a multitude of spices and tomatoes to create a spicy and tangy soup called Rasam. Rasam can be served as a soup, however a lot of people like it with white boiled rice, in fact there is no specific course [...]

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November 22, 2013
Cream Of Tomato Soup

  Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes As the nights start to get cooler in the Indian winters, all of us would be looking to get cozy in our homes. And what better than have something nice and hot just before dinner with your loved ones! To perfectly cater to this, we can make Cream of Tomato Soup easily and quickly at home and enjoy the nourishment it provides. Tomato soup is one [...]

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November 7, 2013
Sweet Corn Soup

The mornings and late evenings have started to get colder as the winter approaches fast. At these times I always long for something hot to sip other than tea, and soups are my all-time favorite. I generally make soup every day in the evenings to get a head start for the meals and enjoy the cold winter evenings. We will see more soup recipes in coming days; however, for today I made Sweet Corn Soup. [...]

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