An interesting food blog with some creative recipes and fusion of indo western food , you will find very interesting Indian curries as well as breads with a little difference. You will definitely love to try my 20 years of food experience ,As a mother of two grown ups I always appreciate healthy food with a tasty twist to serve at dinning table .
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LINTEL SOUP ' DAL KA SHORBA'
Soups and salads
There exists a food that binds the universe! It is soup. You may be in any part of the world and be sure to find out about the local soup, broth, gruel, consommé or shorba! A soup is a soup. Soups are always welcome addition to menus for parties, family meals, special occasions and some lazy evening meals. There are many varieties of soups- thin and clear, creamy or thick, hot and cold. A thin light soup is suitable for a large, hearty meal, while a thick, creamy soup is usually served with simple, light meals. Though hot soups are enjoyable at all times, chilled, mildly flavored soups are delightfully refreshing in summer.
I start with some simple yet healthy homemade soups and then creamy, exotic soups:-
Dal ka shorba
Moong dal – ¼ cup
Mix veg of your choice- 1cup (cut into pieces)
Fresh coriander-1/4 cup chopped
Freshly ground black pepper-3-4
Salt as per taste
HOW TO GO ABOUT IT:
Clean and wash moong dal in pressure cooker, wash tomatoes and cut into big pieces , wash and cut all vegetables of your choice put all of them in cooker with water , add fresh coriander and cook for 5 min or till two whistles. Let cool . remove and blend into puree.
Heat a pan add butter in it when melts add jeera cook till light brown Pour puree in a pan and bring to a boil .add black pepper and salt in it . garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve hot .
Note:- This soup is very healthy and good nourishment for kids and old persons enjoy this soup with soup sticks or crunchy bread…you can strain it also if you want a clear texture .
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