Saturday, March 20, 2010

Green Peas-tomato soup

½ cup fresh green peas
10 medium size ripe tomatoes
2 medium size onions
1 small piece of ginger
1 tbsp pure ghee or butter
1 tbsp cumin seeds
2 tbsp red chillies powder
½ tbsp sugar (optional)
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves for garnish

Step 1: Cut the tomatoes into two parts and ginger into small pieces and onion into medium pieces. Step 2: Add one cup water and cook into medium flame with lid over the vessel.

Step 3: When tomatoes become soft then remove the skin of tomatoes with steel spoon.

Step 4: Blend this material with blender until it becomes smooth.

Step 5: Drain this pulp if the skin and seeds of tomatoes in it.
Step 6: Heat a thick pan and add pure ghee on low flame.

Step 7: Add cumin seeds when ghee is mallet.

Step 8: Turn the flame on medium and then add the fresh green peas in it.

Step 9: Simmer until they are very tender.

Step 10: When skin of peas is slightly change then puree tomatoes pulp in it.

Step 11: Stirring while and cook it for 10 minutes on medium flame.

Step 12: Then add red chillies powder, salt and sugar in it.

Step 13: When it begins to slightly thicken turn off the flame.

Step 14: Add fresh coriander leaves after the turn off the flame.

Step 14: Serve hot into serving bowl.

Step 15: Garnish with coriander leaves and cream.

Step 16: I like to eat with plane simple rice and roasted papad. But you also serve as soup in your menu. Note:
1. You also add carrot and another vegetable which you like the taste and it goes good taste with tomatoes.
2. Also add garlic or cloves or pepper powder or cinnamon if you like this type of taste.


Hari Chandana said...

yummy and healthy soup.. like ur step by step photos!!

SURAJ said...

delicious, khusbhu to yaha tak aa rahi hai..kash dish bhi aajati yaha tak...great work madom... good luck keep it up....

Sonia said...

Slurrppp!!! saras soup che.

Aruna Manikandan said...

first time here...

U have a wonderful space with illustrated recipes.

Soup looks delicious :-)


Ms.Chitchat said...

Lovely illustration. Liked the color and the recipe. Simply yet very tasty soup, healthy too.

Anonymous said...

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Princess said...

The dish looks so delicious. And using all fresh ingredients too! A very healthy dish.

Nithu Bala said...

Hi Kajal, first time have a very nice space..I loved this soup..very colourful..I too make this soup often..I'm happy I found you..Plz drop on at my blog when you get time..I'm following you..

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great helpful pics
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Soup looks hearty and delicious.My 1st visit here.You have agreat space.Do drop by some time.Following your blog.

SS said...

Nice blog ..first time here and loved it

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astridarum said...

it looks yummy, and suddenly i'm thinking about Fu Yung Hay. :D let's get cooking

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