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Last Updated : Oct 23,2018



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Indian Soups, 500 Veg Soup Recipes

What’s Today’s Soup?

No matter how and where the “by-two” concept originated, I am led to believe that it exists today mainly because of the irresistibility of soups. How often we go to a restaurant in a hurry and decide to jump straight to the main course, but when the waiter asks if you want soup, everyone is tempted. There is not much time, and not much space in the tummy, but a taste of warm and spicy soup is always appetising. And, there is always someone to share it with – so, well, we go for at least half a portion of soup, to make the meal emotionally and technically complete!
 

A Soup Can Be Anything

Depending on how it is made, with what, and when it is served, a Indian soup can be anything – snack, starter or even a full meal by itself! The term ‘appetiser’ is just apt for soups, as the consistency and the spicy notes of a soup kindle your appetite and shake awake your taste buds.

Apart from serving them along with the starters, there are more ways in which you can enjoy the unending variety of soups. Serve classic soups like the Cream Style Sweet Corn Soup or Clear Veg Soup with dinner rolls and pasta to make a sumptuous continental meal. Thick and nourishing soups like the Barley Soup or Moong Soup can be served as a meal, along with croutons or bread toast. If you’re hungry at odd hours, you can always go for a chunky, multi-textured soup with rice or noodles in it, to keep you satiated for a decent duration of time.
 

Shorba – the true appetiser!

When it comes to the job of appetising, nothing performs better than Indian veg soups, also known as shorbas. These are generous with the spices, and leave a really warm taste on your palate. In fact, when you are down with a cold, a spicy Indian shorba is just what you need to reenergise yourself. It’ll tear through the damp laziness and go right to your heart, to warm and cheer you up. Go for a round of the ever popular Tamatar Shorba or South Indian Rasam to experience the zesty magic of Indian spices.
 

Satiating soups that can make a meal

Don’t feel like having a heavy meal? You can always go for a meal of soup and toast. Thick and creamy soups, as well as chunky ones, are quite effective in satiating your tummy.

Thick and creamy soups are very comforting. It’s something that it totally relaxing – just sit back and slurp, without even bothering to bite! When had in substantial quantities, a thick and creamy soup can be a satiating meal. While these soups were traditionally thickened using corn flour, now there are myriad options like thickening with plain flour, powdered oats or cream, each offering a different flavour and texture that will please your palate. Take your pick from all-time favourites like the Sweet Corn and Spring Onion Soup, Cream of Potato Soup, Black Bean Soup and Cream of Spinach Soup.

When you are eager for more variety, go for excitingly flavoured, multi-textured Chunky Soups. These are usually semi-thick and have chunks of vegetables, beans or noodles that play with your taste buds! Soups like Corn Chowder, Manchow Soup, Cream Style Sweet Corn Soup, Nourishing Barley Soup and Hot and Sour Soup are quite filling, and have a very interesting mouth-feel too. Try the Moong Dal Soup once and it will soon become your comfort food!
 

Light and refreshing Clear Soups

When you need something light and refreshing, look no further than clear soups. Apart from the classic continental clear soups made of vegetable stock, crispy veggies, corn or mushrooms, seasoned slightly with salt and pepper, there are also many invigorating oriental clear soups that are laced with peppy sauces. To get a taste of clear soups, go for classic recipes like the Mixed Veg Clear Soup or Chinese Vegetable Clear Soup. When you’re feeling more adventurous, go for the Tom Yum Soup or Kokum Saar.
 

Soups in a jiffy

All of us experience times when we desperately need a bowl of soup but have neither the time nor energy to make one. Even if you have a couple of minutes to spare, you can make yourself a Jhat-Pat Soup, without much ado. Ready in a jiffy, soups like the Broccoli Broth, Whey Soup and Lemon and Coriander Soup are very effective in rebooting the day without expecting too much effort in return!
 

Veg Soups for our Jain friends

Did someone tell you that you can’t make tasty soups without onions and garlic? Prove them wrong and convince yourself with these awesomely tongue-tickling Jain-friendly soups. Soups like Tomato Shorba and Moong Soup delight your palate, even without using ingredients like onions, garlic and potato. With ingredients like tomato for tanginess, spices for flavour, and herbs for aroma, these soups win hands-down!
 

Just right for weight-watchers

When you’re aiming to lose weight, or on a day when you feel heavy, there is no point in gulping down a heavy soup laden with potatoes, cream, corn flour and other calorie bombs! Soups can be made low-calorie yet super delicious. Experience the benefits by shifting to low-cal options like Carrot Soup, Healthy Lentil Soup, Nourishing Barley Soup, Whey Soup, Chinese Vegetable Clear Soup, Moong Soup etc., which will give you the same delightful experience without any guilt. Enjoy these easy-to-digest yet sumptuous soups hot and fresh!
 

Pick your soup

Name your mood and there’s a soup to match. Whether you need an appetising start to your meal, a pick-me-up when you’re down in the dumps, a quick soup to please a guest, or a sumptuous soup to serve as a meal, there is something to match every need. A soup is like a friend in need – an effective mood-changer, a soul-searcher, a nourisher. So, never cringe to spend a few minutes for making a bowl of soup – it’s worth every second!


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Spicy Pumpkin Soup ( Thai Style)
Recipe# 34220
08 Dec 11

 
 
by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
It is a spicy pumpkin soup, thai red curry paste adds the spicy flavour to the soup.
Tangy Tom Yum Soup
Recipe# 36165
12 Feb 12

 
 by Tasty Tongues
No reviews
Tom Yum Soup is hot and sour soup from Thai Cuisine. This vegetarian version is also delectable. Nothing beats a hot bowl of soup in winter.
Recipe# 36203
27 Feb 12

 
 
by Kajal P Jobanputra
No reviews
This is rich in potassium, calcium and vitamins, kids will really like it , it is filling at any time, can be served also during their exams
Recipe# 36210
28 Feb 12

 
 by rjpatel
No reviews
A delicious zero oil soup which is a must try although the combination of broccoli and yam is not so very common!
Recipe# 35207
08 Dec 11

 
 by LOPA SHAH
No reviews
Tomato soup is very common and famous all over world. Here is tomato soup made from tomato puree, white sauce, grated cheese and boiled corn kernels. I am sure everyone will love this new version of tomato soup.
Recipe# 35341
14 Jul 11

 
 
by LOPA SHAH
No reviews
Soups are very famous and popular, now a days there are much varieties of soups.Here is soup made from vegetable stock with the combination of sweet corn and coriander leaves
Recipe# 35646
08 Jul 15

 
 
by Kajal P Jobanputra
No reviews
Moong Dal – Vegetable Soup, a wholesome combination of dal and veggies spiked up with a cumin seeds tadka, fresh turmeric, mint and pepper powder. This soup is full of taste and health and an excellent remedy for cold and cough. Can also be enjoyed as a one dish meal with just a toast as an accompan ....
Recipe# 35749
08 Dec 11

 
 by orangeanush
No reviews
A warming and nourishing soup. Equally good for when it's cold outside or when you have a cold inside. Don't stint on the celery. You will not taste in strongly in the soup. However, the flavour will be lacking if you omit it. The corn stock is worth making as adds a sweet flavour but can be omitted ....
Recipe# 35764
12 Dec 11

 
 by damyantiben
No reviews
Indian winters brings with it the best harvest of fruits and vegetables. Here is one beautiful and tasty combination for soup.
Recipe# 35778
12 Dec 11

 
 
by prasanna_pillai
No reviews
It is a soup with mixture and flavour of all vegetables and which involves very less time in making it for todays fast moving world.
Recipe# 35780
12 Dec 11

 
 
by NEENA SAVLA
No reviews
A very healthy soup with goodness of winter vegetables (Spinach, Green peas) and a rich coconut flavour.
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Soups
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 on 04 May 18 04:59 PM


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Tarla Dalal    Thanks for the feedback. We are delighted you liked our soup collection.
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13 Jul 18 09:46 AM
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