With the weather descending into colder days gradually, as December slowly seeps in, it’s time to add that extra zing to your early supper. Let’s give you some ideas to break the monotony of a plain boring vegetable soup.
First, let’s be clear that a vegetable soup is the most versatile of the dishes that can be rustled up with almost any ingredients at home. So here are some easy to-do ideas for your wok to work up your taste buds.
What you need
4 large Tomatoes
2 medium Onions
Half a Beetroot
2 medium Carrots
1 tspn Ginger garlic paste
Salt and pepper to taste
How to go ahead:
The simplest way is to wash, cut into half and pressure-cook all the vegetables with just half a glass of water for fifteen minutes. Once done, mash the vegetables and sieve through into a large bowl that can be put directly on flame. Add a water to bring to a consistency that you would like to drink. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Twist in the tale
You can make the vegetable soup by bringing in this new twist.
Chop winter vegetable like:
Take a wok/large pan and add some vegetable oil. Add all the vegetables to sauté for five minutes on high flame. Add ginger garlic paste and keep a low flame. Sauté for half a minute and add soy sauce. Sauté again and add half a teaspoon of vinegar. Dash in some tomato sauce and simmer the flame. Mix well and add a glass of water.
Take a teaspoon of corn flour and mix it with half a glass of water. Add his to the wok, stirring continuously. Add oregano seasoning, salt and black pepper to taste.
Make the soup more filling by adding some boiled kidney beans or chickpeas. Garnish with coriander leaves, serve hot and enjoy this sumptuous soup.
Garnish with coriander leaves, serve hot and enjoy this sumptuous soup.