Soup is a great way to stay warm, reduce calories and maintain nutritional intake during the winter months. Soup has many health benefits if you prepare it correctly. Soups can support your immune system when you’ve been cooped up indoors during the winter.
- Tomato And Jasmine Tea Soup
The goodness of jasmine tea combined with the tanginess of fresh tomato puree, this is a perfect winter soup to relish at home. A bit of pepper and thyme along with the topping of truffle oil bring alive the soup.
- Mulligatawny Soup
An Anglo-Indian dish, Mulligatawny is a Tamil word that translates to pepper-broth. This delicious soup is a hybrid of soup and rasam and is prepared with a whole lot of pepper. It is usually based on chicken stock but can also have a vegetable stock along with coconut milk, cinnamon, tamarind, and a host of spices.
- Almond And Mushroom Soup
With subtle flavors of finely chopped mushrooms, almonds, pepper, butter, cream, and milk, this luscious soup is all you need to have a comfortable chilly winter evening with your loved ones.
- Beetroot Soup
Nothing beats the seasonal vegetable! Beetroot is a winter must, packed with multiple nutrients. And when combined with bottle gourd and a whole lot of spices, there is nothing that can come close. With a hint of salt and pepper, beetroot soup can be served both cold or hot.
- Carrot Ginger Soup
Another winter special, carrot is packed with health benefits that we must reap all through the season – and one of the best ways of doing that is by having a warm bowl of soup. It comes with the added benefits of ginger which is known to be one of the best remedies for cold, which is common during the season.