Soups always warm your hearts and your tummy and is the ultimate comfort food. Make this hearty Mushroom Soup as a full meal along with some Garlic Bread or as a side to meal. Either way, it’s bound to steal the show. Don’t like Mushrooms? No Problem, change out the Mushrooms for Broccoli, Asparagus or Brussels Sprouts and everyone’s happy. Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 25 min Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: Mushrooms – 1 lb,…"Creamy Mushroom Soup"
Cucumber and Mint both spell “Summer”, “Refreshing”, “Cool”! This wonderful Cold Soup is a great alternative to the warm, hot soup that we are more familiar with. Try this awesome, simple yet cool soup over the summer for a party or better yet, a barbecue! For garnish add a sprig of fresh Mint and a slice of Cucumber and enjoy! Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 5 min Chill Time: 1 hour Serves: 4-6 Ingredients:…"Cool Mint Cucumber Soup"
We love tricks and shortcuts to some dishes. Here, by popular demand from students and bachelors, here is a quick and easy recipe for Instant Tomato Rasam. In just a few minutes, you’ll be on your way to enjoying a steaming hot bowl of rasam. Have it as a soup or with some plain white rice…comforting! Add a dollop of ghee and you will be licking your fingers for a long time. Video at the…"Instant Tomato Rasam"
Though many people refer to a variety of beans as Lentils, lentils are actually small, round and flat legumes with a dark brown husk. Lentil Soup (or Masoor Daal) is hearty, homey and satisfying. Packed with protein and fiber, this Lentil Soup recipe makes a healthy and filling lunch. Pair it with rice or chapati and you have a complete dinner."Masoor Daal (Lentil Soup)"
Gujarati Daal (or daar) has a perfect balance of flavors — sweet, sour, spicy! Daar is considered a staple in all Gujarati households and is always there at every meal, making it comfort and soul food. Combined with plain white rice, this daal is the ultimate end to a traditional Gujarati thali. Try this yummy recipe and don’t be afraid to adjust it to your tastes! Prep Time: 25 min including soak time Cook Time:…"Gujarati Daal"