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 Top 10 Veg Soups

  Last Updated : Apr 26,2018






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Top 10 Veg Soups

Soups are universal and loved by all. From small kids to adults, we all have our favourite soups. We have created a collection of some very popular veg soups.

Soups like Bombay Curry Soup tickle your tongue, while those like the Noodle, Sprouts and Capsicum Soup pack in a lot of fun, which even kids will love. When you are feeling a bit down, options like the Whey Soup and Nourishing Barley Soup are perfect, as they will comfort and nourish you.

When you yearn for tastes from yonder, have a go and international bestsellers like the Roman Pumpkin Soup, Broccoli Soup and Asparagus Soup. On the other hand, rich and slightly-spicy shorbas are perfect for the desi palate.

When you have company, treat them to more exotic options like the Green Pea Skin Soup or Lemon Grass Coconut Soup, so you can experience a shower of praises along with the downpour outside!

Your soup can even serve as a meal in the bowl, when it smartly combines healing veggies, nurturing proteins and energy-giving grains. Pick a recipe like Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup , Quick Vegetable Broth or Rajma Soup, couple it with warm buttered Bread or Dinner Rolls, and you have a wholesome meal in front of you.

In short, there is a soup for every occasion and an occasion for every soup. Here we place before you a wonderful selection of soups and accompaniments, and we assure you that you will enjoy every spoonful.

Top 10 Veg Soup Recipes

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 by Tarla Dalal
This savoury soup meets your iron and protein requirement through the tasty rajma in a perfect way. On the other hand, the vitamin C from the tomatoes and lemon juice helps in the absorption of iron during digestion. Accompany this soup with Chawli Beans and Mint Burger and Whole Wheat Spaghetti in Spinach Sauce to create an authentic mini meal.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Broccoli is an all-in-one ingredient, which is a good source of nutrients like iron, folic acid, vitamins A and C, along with calcium too. The interesting veggie has a unique flavour and texture, which really please the palate. Once you develop a taste for it, you will want to keep having it often in some form or the other. And, what better way to consume this amazing veggie than in the form of a satiating and comforting soup. Combining broccoli with onions enhances its flavour, while milk improves the texture of the soup and adds a soothing element to the flavour chart. We have used low-cal milk to prepare this recipe, as excess fat inhibits the absorption of calcium. Enjoy this hearty soup for an effective calcium boost. Team up with Paneer Shavarma Wrap to create a sumptuous, satiating meal.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Bright red and flavourful, this soup is ideal for diabetics. Capsicum contains vitamin A and folic acid, an antioxidant that helps to fight the free radicals that otherwise attack healthy cells and lead to complications. Oats being high in fibre helps to lower blood glucose levels. A soup of the duo, flavoured with garlic, tomatoes and spices, is a brilliant start to a meal, and is sure to raise the diners’ expectations of what awaits them in the coming courses.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Barley is a cereal that is not usually used in everyday cooking. It is however a great source of protein, iron and fibre and tastes good too, if cooked with flavourful ingredients as I have done in this broth. The combination of masoor dal along with barley i.e. a pulse with a cereal makes this soup a complete source of protein, which is otherwise lacking in a vegetarian diet. The vegetables add plenty of colour and fibre to this nourishing broth. Add freshly ground pepper towards the end to perk up this soup.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Is this soup an appetizer or a meal itself? Well, the Noodle, Sprouts and Capsicum Soup is so wholesome it can be served in small portions as an appetizer, or in larger quantities as a snack or meal itself. The use of plenty of veggies and paneer brings in abundant vitamin C, protein, calcium and fibre to this soup. It is especially rich in antioxidants, which help fight infections. This zero oil soup keeps you satiated for a long time, helping those who are aiming for weight loss . Serve this nutritious soup as soon as it is cooked to relish it at its best.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Don’t discard the whey the next time you make paneer. This liquid is a great source of protein , vitamins and minerals. A soup make from whey with chunks of calcium -laden paneer will make a light, yet energy-giving soup. Try it!
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 by Tarla Dalal
A soothing soup of onions, potatoes and asparagus fortified with nutritious vegetable stock, the Asparagus Soup has a very creamy feel about it, thanks to being boiled with low-fat milk. Asparagus is a great soup ingredient as it is a low-calorie vegetable with a good amount of fibre, which helps to lower LDL cholesterol, thus protecting the heart. To add to the goodness of this soup, you can use olive oil to sauté the onions, as it is rich in vitamin E, a potent antioxidant, and mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help reduce the risk of heart diseases by lowering blood cholesterol levels.
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 by Tarla Dalal
A dish with proud mediterranean origins, this soup is a winter warmer to be served with warm crusty bread and if you like, a slice of cheese. The addition of cream to the soup balances the acidic taste of the tomatoes.
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.
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.
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