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    Need to know about vegetarian soups

    Topic started by Usha (@ on Tue Nov 26 13:04:15 .


    Can someone tell me good vegetarian soups or let me know any site that has one. Since it is winter time now, I thought I can give some good healthy soups for my daughter during holidays??

    Thanks for your help

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    Stuti (@ 65.2*) on: Wed Jan 22 12:21:37

    Hey I am sending you few veg soups...I make them often at home .......hope u have fun time cooking them....

    Funtime Soup......its a colorful soup...kiz love it...!

    Button mushrooms 8-10 nos.
    Capsicum 1 medium
    Carrot 1 medium
    Sweet corn niblets 2 tbsps.
    Green peas ½ cup
    Red chilies, crushed ½ tsp.
    Sugar a pinch
    Salt to taste
    Egg white 1 no.
    Corn flour 2 tbsps.

    Oil 1 tsp.
    Vegetable stock or water 3 cups

    1.Wash and cut mushrooms into four. Peel and cut carrots into ¼ inch pieces. Wash capsicum, halve, deseed and cut into ¼ inch pieces. Reserve a little for garnish.

    2.Boil carrots and green peas in vegetable stock or water. Keep aside.

    3.Dissolve corn flour in ½ cup water. Beat egg white lightly. Keep aside.

    4.Heat oil, add mushroom pieces and sauté, then add capsicum pieces and sauté.

    5.Add boiled carrot pieces, corn niblets and vegetable stock or water and mix.

    6.Add salt, sugar and crushed red chilies. Add (frozen) green peas and mix.

    7.When the mixture begins to boil add corn flour dissolved in water and mix well.

    8.Finally add the beaten egg white, stir lightly and serve hot garnished with chopped capsicum.

    Tamatar & cabbage ka shorba
    Tomatoes(chopped) 200 gms.
    Onion(chopped) 1 small
    Garlic 1 flake
    Cloves 2 nos.
    Cabbage(finely chopped) 100 gms.
    Cornflour(optional) 2 tsps.
    Water 2 cups
    Salt and pepper to taste

    1.Pressure cook tomatoes, onion, garlic and cloves with 2 cups of water for 5-7 minutes.
    2.When cool, pass through a soup strainer and transfer to a pan.

    3.Add chopped cabbage and bring to boil.

    4.Dissolve cornflour in little water and add to the soup.(If clear soup is required, then cornflour is not needed)

    5.Simmer and cook till 7-10 minutes or till cabbage is almost cooked.(Little crispiness in cabbage tastes better)

    Cream Of spinach Soup
    Onion & potato stock 4 cups
    Spinach (palak) 2 bunches
    Onion, chopped 1 no.
    Fresh cream 100 gms.
    Corn flour 1½ tbsps.
    Milk 1½ cups
    Butter 1 tbsp.
    Salt & pepper

    1.For making the stock, cut 2 onions & 2 potatoes into large cubes.
    2.Then pressure cook in four cups of water and once done, strain the water and reserve as stock.

    3.Wash and grind the spinach to a fine paste and keep aside.

    4.In a pan heat butter, add the chopped onion and sauté till they turn soft.

    5.Now add the spinach paste, sauté till it turns soft, then add the salt, pepper, stock and boil for a while.

    6.Take off the soup from the heat, strain it and keep on the gas again.

    7.Mix the cornflour with the milk and add to the soup.

    8.Simmer for few minutes then serve hot decorated with swirls of fresh cream

    Tomato-noodle Soup


    3 large boiled tomatoes
    1 tbspn butter
    a little chopped green chilly - 1/4 spoon
    sugar-1&1/2 spoons
    4 spoons crushed noodles
    2 spoons finely chopped spring onion
    ginger paste - 1/4 spoon
    salt as per taste
    corn flour - 1 spoon


    Peel off the skin of the tomatoes.
    In a mixie add tomatoes and chilly and make a fine paste.
    In a kadai add 1 tbspn. Butter.
    To this add the tomato paste. Boil till red color is obtained.
    Then add sugar, chopped spring onions, ginger paste and noodles.
    When the noodles are par boiled add corn flour paste. Add salt.
    While serving garnish with white pepper, black pepper and a little butter. Serve hot.

    Broccoli Soup


    Broccoli Florets 2-3
    Onion medium 1
    Carrots 2
    Medium peeled Potato 1
    Cinnamon 1/2 inch
    Ginger small piece
    Garlic 1-2 cloves
    Cloves 2-3
    Oil 1 tbsp
    Black Pepper as per taste
    Lime Juice as per taste


    Heat about one tablespoon oil. Saute cut pieces of onions in low flame. Add cut carrot and saute them too.
    Add cubed, cut potatoes. Add broccoli florets, cloves of garlic, ginger, cinnamon, 3-4 cloves. Once everything is little bit fried, add water and salt and let it cook/boil.
    Add black pepper, preferable fresh ground powder form.
    Let the veggies cook until tender and then take it off the gas, let it cool and grind to smooth paste, add water if you feel it's very thick.
    Check for salt and then add lime juice as per taste.
    Serve piping hot.

    Dhal Soup


    1/2 Cup Thoor Dhal
    1 Tomato cut into small pieces
    1/4 ginger cut into small pieces
    2 bay leaf
    2 cloves
    1 small cinanom
    1 teaspoon oil
    1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder
    salt to taste
    some co orainder leaves


    Boil the Thoor Dhal in water till it gets cooked, you can also pressure cook it. Drain the Water if any.
    Allow the cooked Thoor Dhal to cool.
    Put oil in a sauce pan and add cinnamon, cloves and bay leaf.
    Fry it till cinnamon breaks , then add cut tomatoes and 1 cup of water.
    Allow the Tomatoes to get cooked.
    Mean while take the cooked Thoor Dhal and ginger pieces put it in a blender(Mixie) , little some water and grind it .
    Once the tomatoes are cooked add this grinded Thoor Dhal, Chilli Powder, 2 cups of Water, Salt and allow it to boil.
    Take out after one boil and serve hot garnishing it with co orainder leaves.
    Note: You can add black pepper powder for better taste, add 1 spoon of cooked rice will add to the taste.

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    Kris (@ 86.8*) on: Thu Mar 6 22:18:48

    Visit the good website
    Very impressive and includes a lot of vegetarian cooking.

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    Kris (@ 86.8*) on: Thu Mar 6 22:19:54

    Visit the good website
    Very impressive and includes a lot of vegetarian cooking.
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