Cooking The Best Soups For Winters Using Avias Cookware
Winters are here, and one thing that is going to add to our daily routine is a lot of healthy soups that will help us stay warm during this cold season.
But, which soup should we cook this winter?
If you are also stuck in this question then this post is for you. As here we are going to have a look at a few soup recipes for winters that you can cook using Avias World Saucepans.
The Best Soups For Winters Using Avias Saucepan
Here is the list of soup that you can cook this winter using your Avias Saucepan.
1- Lemon Coriander Soup:
Firstly, in Avias Saucepan and heat 2 tsp oil and saute 2 clove garlic, 1 inch ginger. Also, saute ½ onion and 2 tbsp coriander stem for a minute.
Now add ½ carrot, 2 tbsp cabbage, 2 tbsp beans, 2 tbsp sweet corn. Saute for a minute without overcooking. Further, add 3 cup water, ½ tsp salt and ½ tsp pepper powder. Mix well and boil for 5 minutes. Prepare the cornflour slurry by mixing 1 tbsp cornflour and ¼ cup water. Mix well making sure there are no lumps. Pour the prepared slurry into the soup and mix well.
Boil for 2 minutes, making sure the flavors are well combined. turn off the flame and add 3 tbsp coriander and 2 tbsp lemon juice. mix well. Finally, garnish with more coriander leaves and serve lemon coriander soup.
2- Carrot & Beetroot Soup:
Firstly, in Avias pressure cooker take 1 tsp butter and saute 1 bay leaf until it turns aromatic. Add in 2 clove garlic, 1 inch ginger, 2 shallots and saute until it shrinks slightly.
Additionally, add 1½ cup beetroot, 1 carrot, 1 tomato, ½ tsp salt and saute for 2 minutes.
Now add 2 cup water and pressure cook for 3-4 whistles. drain off the water and cool completely.
Take the pressure cooked vegetables into a blender and blend to smooth paste. Transfer the beetroot paste into Avias Saucepan, pour in water left out while cooking vegetables. Mix well, adjusting consistency as required.
Once the soup comes to a boil add 1 tsp pepper and mix well. Finally, enjoy beetroot soup garnished with cream and mint.
3- Tomato Soup:
First, melt 2 tablespoons of butter in Avias Saucepan on medium-low heat. The butter should melt and slightly simmer, but not burn. Next, add 2 bay leaves and fry them in the butter for a few seconds until lightly browned, but again, not burned.
Add ½ teaspoon of finely chopped garlic and ⅓ cup of finely chopped onions to the pan, and stir. Sauté and stir until the onions become translucent, about 3 to 4 minutes. Now add the fresh chopped tomatoes (500 grams, or 6 to 7 medium tomatoes), and a hearty pinch of salt to taste.
Cover and simmer on a low to medium-low heat until the tomatoes soften, about 8 to 10 minutes Stir occasionally and keep an eye on the consistency of the mixture. If the liquids dry up and the tomatoes begin to stick, then add a splash of water at a time and stir. But be sure to not add too much water or you’ll dilute the delicious flavors!
After the tomatoes have softened, remove from the heat and cool. Take out the bay leaves and discard. Once the tomato mixture has cooled to a point that’s safe to work with, add it to a blender jar. You could also use an immersion blender.
Blend to a lovely smooth consistency to make the tomato soup puree. You have the option of straining the puree through a strainer for an even smoother soup, but this step isn’t necessary.
If you do choose to strain the puree, move a spoon through it so that everything is strained except the seeds.
Pour the tomato puree back into the Avias Saucepan, and add 1 cup water. Stir well. Depending on the consistency you prefer, you can add a little less or more water – taking care that the soup does not become very thick or watery and runny.
Next, add 1 teaspoon of raw sugar or white sugar and heavy cream. Stir it well and you can have it.
This was all about some of the best soups that you can cook this winter with the help of Avias Saucepan. To buy Avias Saucepan or any other cookware products you can visit our official website Avias World.