Cauliflower Soup is a sublime silky soup that I can go for all year round and not just on cold days. Sometimes, I roast the cauliflower, and somedays I let it slow simmer with few herbs and spices. To make it extra special, I drizzle the soup with brown butter crispy sage.
Creamy luscious, very light on the tummy, this Chickpea Yogurt Soup is a perfect summer time meal. Break some rustic bread and dunk in or pair it with some grilled meat, this soup is delicious and will help you cool your tummy. The Chickpea Yogurt Soup is extremely easy to make and barely takes any time. It's like kadhi pakoda except without the pakoda/dumplings in it.
Smooth, wholesome and cozy bowls of soup is what we need this month! This Roasted Broccoli and Fennel Soup is super easy to make and roasting the veggies just makes the soup tastier. Top it with some croutons, shaved parmesan cheese, a little drizzle of olive oil and dig in.
Warm and silky to the palate with a hint of heat from the fresh ginger. This 5- ingredients Roasted Carrot Ginger Soup can warm you inside out! I can go for a bowl of soup anytime of the year but on days when I am under the weather, a hearty bowl of soup feels just right.
No matter how hard I try to think and dig my brain, there would not be any interesting memories about soup from my childhood! I don't think Mom ever made a soup from scratch. It was always the instant, packaged soup that was quickly whipped up to keep us warm during the monsoon season. And, we always loved those packaged soups. Irrespective of the season, a soup can be the most comforting meal to enjoy with some bread on the side.
When you are on a vacation, time flies in the blink of an eye. I have no clue where did the last week go. We have been relaxing and indulging on too many yummy dishes. At this rate, I am sure we will gain a couple of pounds by the end of this trip. I am not getting too bothered about it now but I plan to lose it once I return back home. Maybe, I'll just indulge on soups for a week. I never need a season for soup and I am always looking for new recipes. Today, I…
You must be thinking I have gone crazy to enjoy soup at this time of the year and I don't blame you for that. Seriously, who enjoys soup in summer!! Summer calls for smoothies, spritzers, sorbets and something else that doesn't start with 'S' but everybody's favorite - ice creams. Somehow summer and soup doesn't fall in one sentence and yet, here I was enjoying my wonton soup in summer.
This is how I like to define a soup: smooth, comforting and hot steam coming off the top. Take a spoonful, blow a couple of times, slurp a little and slurp it all.. aaaahhhh! and repeat. Then, I learned about cold soup. No kidding.. I really didn't know. In India, no matter how high the temperature shoots in summer and how humid it gets, we still like to eat hot sandwiches and hot lentil soups with equally hot rice/roti . Then, we cool ourselves off with some nimbu pani (lemon juice) or some chilled ice-cream.
Most of you will definitely fall off from your chair when I say this: I never had Tortilla Soup! And it gets even worse.. I only heard of this soup about a week back... In my defense, the only thing I can say is that, in India, it's not a common dish. Yeah.. yeah, there are many more such dishes which are not common in India, but I still tried them. How could I miss this ? I had Tortilla chips, Tortilla Wrap, Tortilla Pizza, but never thought you could dip it in soup too!
Last year was a crazy year for us, and a very special one. A tiny person arrived in our life and turned it upside down. We became a family. Avyan took his first flight when he was just 4 months old when we moved back to India. We sold all our stuff and started from scratch with 6 suitcases packed with clothes and baby stuff, well, mostly baby stuff. It was not an easy year for us. There were a lot of frustrating days, but others were filled with bliss and fun. A mixed bag it was. I have no…
Smooth to the palate with a hint of spice and coconut milk, this humble pumpkin soup gets elevated with toasted quinoa on top. While I always favor soaking slices of crusty bread in my warm bowl of soup, this time I just kept sprinkling crunchy quinoa until I reached to the bottom of the bowl.
Soft white fish, chunky bites of vegetables with a handful of orzo, bathing in calmly spiced coconut broth. This simple one-pot fish and orzo coconut soup is hearty and makes a meal on it’s own. A little bit of globetrotting happened while creating this soup. The color of the broth comes from the famous south Indian spice Molagapodi (spicy gunpowder), there is pasta to make it filling and at the end, I sprinkled a little bit of sumac for that sharp tang. When the temperature drops down and you finally start to feel the chill in the air, it’s time…