When it comes to soup I love a good Vegetable clear soup. It’s hearty, it’s wholesome and it’s delicious.
A perfect light dinner time meal for someone like me. If you like a light dinner then this soup with some garlic bread is going to be your favorite.
Imagine all the goodness of soup minus the fuss.
To all those who often ask what is a clear soup?
A clear soup is a soup of boiled vegetables or any meat in any liquid untill its flavors are released. A clear soup does not contain any starch or any flavorings. It’s very good for those on a diet.
Every now and then I crave for some clear soup. Please be advised that this is my version of a clear soup.
So lets get started.
Directions to make Vegetable Clear Soup-
3 large tomatoes
3 large carrots
2-3 garlic cloves
1 big bunch of fresh coriander (cleaned & sorted)
1 small capsicum
Handful of French beans
1 small onion(use spring onion if you have)
Salt as per taste
Pepper freshly crushed, as per taste
In a large boiling pot dump tomatoes, carrot, Coriander, garlic, capsicum, french beans.
Add 1.5 ltr of water.
Now simmer gently till the vegetables are cooked and the soup has be flavored with veggies.
Skim the foam with a laddle.
Strain the soup. Add salt and pepper.
Clear soup is ready!
**Please note clear soup is very good for weightloss but over consumption is not advisable because the nutritional benefits are too less.
*** To jazz up this soup for my family requirements I do the following-
- Add some sugar to taste to cut through the tartness of tomatoes.
- Thicken it up by mixing 3-4 tbsp cornflour in 1/2 cup water and add it towards the end of cooking process.
- Saute 2 tbsp of chopped veggies in 1 tbsp butter. I used onion and carrot here. You can use any variety of veggies.
- I also add some pizza seasoning or oregano in the end. My kids love this twist.
- Add a dash of soy sauce and red chilli sauce for a spice hit.
- Add some chicken for a non veg flavored soup.
On the side serve some bread toasted with cheese. It’s so yum!!!!
Honestly this soup is one of our favourite. It’s a great way to use up your leftover veggies. It’s the best way to not waste any veggies.
More Similar Recipes On The Blog-
Pin it here fot later-
This blog is a part of the #Let’s Blog with Pri, Season 2.
The Blog hop cum blog train starts from the 14th of August and lasts for four weeks, where we publish one blog per week! This blog is my submission for Week 3.
And also our gracious host Prisha’s post on 9 Psychological Phenomenon That Trick You Everyday!
If you like this post please like & share it and leave your valuable comments. You can follow my Facebook page to join me in my food journey. If you wish to replicate this post please link back with due credits.
You can also send me your pictures of the recipe if you try and I would love to feature you on my Social Media Pages. Sharing your feedback always makes me happy and motivated me to create more such content.
Connect with me on Social Media
This post may contains affiliate links, if you choose to buy anything by clicking on it will help me earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.