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Top 10 Popular Indian Soups
Last Updated : Jul 13,2018
Top 10 Popular Indian Soups
Indo-Chinese food tops the list of most Indians when it comes to street food. These dishes not only have weird names but, are also hot, greasy, spicy and somehow super satisfying. The aroma of ginger and garlic in Manchow soup truly awakens your senses and leave a tingling effect on tongue. Another dish with a mélange of flavors, is a bowl of hot and sour soup which tastes best when served with crispy noodles. If you want to skip the sauces then you can even sip on a bowl of vegetable clear soup. They are really soothing and help get rid of common cold.
Soups like cream of tomato, makai ka shorba, lemon and coriander are a hit among Indian restaurants and found on the first page of every menu card. They are had as an appetizers before a meal.
You can also try this Mughlai delicacy Palak Shorba which is creamy, spicy and can be savored hot garnished with some ginger. Another rich soup is bottle gourd and onion soup which has a rejuvenating flavor. These soups are really healthy and make you feel fuller for a longer period of time.
From our National soup , Mulligatawny which was also a favorite among the British officers to the fiery hot rasam. These Indian soups are definitely worth giving a try.
Collection Of Top 10 Indian Soup
Manchow soup is a very popular street food in China, and you’ll find push carts selling off this soup customized to individual taste. The hawker will throw in the ingredients you ask for to make it suitable to your palate.
Plenty of finely chopped veggies are simmered in a broth which contains generous helpings of ginger, garlic and mint. All these flavors make this soup very refreshing-which is why it is a popular soup on the streets of China. The aromas of ginger, mint and garlic truly awaken your senses. Delicious!
Some more popular Chinese soups - Hot and Sour Soup
, Mein Chow Soup
, Steam Boat Soup
and Sweet Corn and Vegetable Soup
The Makai Shorba is a very creamy sweet corn soup with desi notes. Onions and carrots add volume to the soup, and also improve the texture and flavour, while a horde of spices ranging from cloves and cinnamon to coriander and cumin seeds give the shorba a very appetising flavour and irresistible aroma. Served hot with a garnish of coriander, this soup is sure to kindle your appetite.
Your appetite will be satiated when you have a bowl of Makai Shorba accompained with Garlic Bread
and some salad
A tangy soup of spice-tinged tomatoes, the Cream of Tomato Soup is a choice that perfectly pleases the Indian palate. A combination of tomato puree and freshly cooked tomatoes are combined with spices and blended into a rich soup, which is made all the more luxuriant by the addition of fresh cream. Kindle the appetite by serving this easy to make soup hot and fresh with bread croutons.
The best way to live a fit and happy life despite this daily inconvenience, is to boost your natural immunity, and including vitamin C rich foods in your diet is one way of achieving this. That’s all the more reason to enjoy this delicious Lemon and Coriander Soup made with vitamin C rich ingredients like lemon, coriander, carrots and cabbage. The vegetable stock used in this recipe also helps boost vitamin C levels of each bowlful. Vitamin C is also helpful in relieving cold and cough, so enjoy this comforting soup piping hot on days you feel down, or any cool winter’s day for that matter.
This soup will soothe your soul with its aesthetic flavour and soothing consistency. White sauce, potatoes and bottle gourd work together to give this soup a creamy texture, while onions and pepper give it a mild but rejuvenating flavour.
Serve the Bottle Gourd and Onion Soup hot and fresh topped with Cheese Croutons
or Garlic Croutons
A perfect recipe for you to enjoy the true flavours of home-made south Indian cooking. Rasam is an essential part of every south Indian meal, and is usually served as the second main course following sambhar (or some other kuzhambu).
A spicy soup with an unmistakeable Indian feel to it, it is said that this used to be a hot favourite amongst the British officers when they were in India.
Mulligatawny Soup features a large set of ingredients including coconut milk, onions, carrots, tomatoes, rice and dal, spiced with an elaborate masala and hints of ginger, garlic and lemon juice. You can have it as a filling brunch or supper!
Sometimes cold and cough can get into your head and make you so drowsy, you do not feel like doing or even eating anything!
At times like that, try out this hot and spicy Mixed Vegetable Clear Soup that is sure to satiate you, meet your nutrient requirements with a horde of veggies, and refresh your palate with the peppy flavours of mint and coriander.
Not only that, ingredients like mint, ginger, garlic and pepper are also very helpful in chasing away the worst of colds! Have it steaming hot to free those horrid nose blocks too.
cooking makes use of loads of healthy and leafy green vegetables. Palak or spinach is full of nutritional goodness and can make any dish attractive by giving it a lovely bright green colour.
Palak Shorba is a fresh and spicy delicacy that can be savored hot garnished with some ginger. The milk added to this recipe makes it creamy, while the mint and lemon juice combined together, add just the required amount of freshness!
You can also try other shorbas like the Moong Dal ka Shorba
and Tomato Shorba
Hot and sour soup, you can feel your taste buds shift gears from the spicy chilli sauce to the sour vinegar, creating a magical experience! a mélange of neatly chopped veggies cooked in stock or waterand other spices makes this a wholesome treat too. Served best with crisp noodles and typical chinese accompaniments like vinegar, chilli sauce and soya sauce.
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