We all know soups have different textures. Some are best enjoyed when slurped and then you have thick soups where every bite is an experience. This easy cheesy baked cauliflower soup is exactly like that. Every morsel is so comforting and wholesome, you wouldn’t want to put your spoon down. 🙂 It’s one of my favorites and a perfect binge food during these chilly winters.Continue reading “Easy Cheesy Baked Cauliflower Soup | Comfort Foods”
There’s something about roasting as a cooking process. It intensifies the taste of an ingredient and brings out the flavors so beautifully that it leaves you wanting for more. All that time you spend waiting around for your veggies to roast gets balanced out with the result you get in the end.
This roasted pumpkin soup has got subtle flavors. It’s warm, naturally sweet, savory, oniony, garlicky.. Just so comforting! I’ve used raw pumpkin here which can be replaced with butternut squash or ripe pumpkin. The roasted garlic gives it an added flavor. Just so you know, the aroma is heavenly. Use it in any possible savory dish to heighten its taste. Dunk a gooey cheese sandwich in this thick warm soup and devour every bite.Continue reading “Roasted Pumpkin Soup With Caramelized Onions”
Soup is a balanced meal, generally light on the palate and has the ability to cheer you up immediately. It tastes best especially when it’s homemade and is made with the freshest ingredients available locally which makes this a pocket-friendly dish as well.
The recipe I’ve put down below is hassle-free and doesn’t require any sort of tedious preparation. You can adjust the quantity of the ingredients as per your liking. Actually, that’s the best part about soups. You can mould it into any taste you desire; like increase the quantity of ginger for a more pungent flavor, adjust the quantity of the garlic, add leeks if you will and leave out the spring onions. There’s so much you can do with a specific recipe.
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In the past one year, I seem to have developed a rare fondness for South Korean dramas/films. It all started after a friend gave me this long list of K-dramas to watch. Just randomly, I picked out Boys over Flowers not knowing how famous this show already was. Since then, even after I finished with my friend’s list, I continued to create my own list of favorites. I recently watched Let’s Eat. It is highly recommended for a food lover. The food scenes on the show will urge you to rush to your kitchen and get something to eat for yourself. :p (Not joking)! Now, I am also keen on knowing more about Korean Cuisine. This dish is inspired from all the different kinds of food stuffs that I have seen on South Korean Films/Dramas. 😉
Noodles are my ultimate weakness. I am ever ready to make room for noodles in my tummy. I have made this recipe once before but hadn’t clicked any pictures so, I could not post it. I was too hungry and a tad lazy. 😉 Most of the time, my laziness tends to get in the way! Anyhow, it was really delicious and wanted to share it on my blog. Therefore, I decided to make it again. 🙂Continue reading “Lemony Ginger Soupy Noodles”
A bowl of piping hot soup on a chilly winter evening!! Sounds comforting right? 😉
With that thought in mind, I came up with my own version of this mouth-watering and flavorsome soup. Lately, I have been really obsessed with noodles. I want to eat them so often that I have lost count of how many times I have had them in the past one month. Yet again, I feel the urge to add them in soup as well. So let us head to the kitchen. Once you have all your vegetables washed, cleaned, and chopped, you will have your soup ready in a jiffy.
This is what you will need:-Continue reading “Chili Garlic Vegetable Noodle Soup”