All we need is a warm bowl of comforting soup/stew in this winter weather. Today I am going to share a listicle/round up of kids friends soups and stews not only from my blog but also from my other blogger friends. Here is the round-up post for the kid’s delight event that I hosted from November 15 to Dec 15th.
Cream of Celery Soup – A chunky and creamy soup with the sneaked-in goodness of celery prepared in the crockpot. Check out the video recipe and how to cook this soup in the pressure cooker and also other variations below.
Shorbat Adas – A bright yellow colored Middle Eastern lentil soup prepared with red lentils with the flavors of cumin, garlic, and cilantro. This soup has different names such as adis soup, shorba, Arabic lentil soup, and shorbet adas. Check out the detailed video recipe and the instructions below to prepare this soup in instant pot as well as in the pressure cooker.
Beetroot Soup – A vibrant, healthy and a delicious soup prepared with beetroots and carrots with a dash of cream. Wondering how to introduce the earthy beets to your kids? Then, here is the perfect solution. Check out this simple toddler/kid friendly beetroot soup below. Jump to Recipe | Print Recipe
Kwati – A nutritious and a flavorful mixed bean stew perfect during any season. Yes, that’s what I am going to share today, a Sikkim /Nepam fame recipe. You can make this seven bean soup/stew well ahead for your work week or party/potluck. Here is quick instant pot version of the same with video instructions.
Seitan is the mock meat or the vegetarian meat prepared from the wheat gluten. Seitan is a Japanese word which means wheat gluten or wheat meat. According to the wiki, wheat gluten is made by washing wheat flour dough with water until all the starch granules have been removed, leaving the sticky insoluble gluten as an elastic mass which is then cooked before being eaten. Today I am going to share how to prepare the seitan from vital wheat gluten flour and a simple vegetable soup with the cooked seitan.
Today I am going to share the simple and yummy Curried lentil and carrot soup with ginger. I didn’t post any soup recipes in the recent past and this winter weather calls for warm soup. So what’s better than preparing this simple soup with the fresh veggie and lentils? This curried carrot soup was on my to-do list for a very long time and this blogging marathon paved the way for posting the same.
Sweet Corn Vegetable Soup – pretty much all the Indian restaurants have this soup in their menu. This simple yet delicious clear soup is not only kids’ delight, its pretty much everyone’s delight. In a quest to sneak in vegetables, I have tried lot of soup recipes and here is one such simple recipe which is prepared in a crockpot. This recipe can be easily prepared in a stove top also. This simple recipe can be modified in a zillion ways according to your preference.
Here is a simple vegetarian Crockpot Corn and Potato Chowder loaded with goodness of corn, dried thyme and oregano. I prepared it as a low calorie stew. I didn’t use any butter or any oil and instead of adding heavy cream or half and half, I went with 2% milk. You can even opt for fat free skim milk and I used all-purpose flour to thicken the chowder.
Thukpa is one among the popular noodle soups in India. Thukpa is actually a Tibetan Noodle Soup and according to Wiki, “It originated in the eastern part of Tibet. The dish became popular in Nepal, Bhutan, and the states of Sikkim, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India. It is also popular in the Ladakh region and the state of Himachal Pradesh.” I cross posted this recipe earlier at Indian Moms Connect and this recipe was sent as a part of the July Month Treasure Box.