Saturday, April 23, 2011

Greens & Wheat Rava Soup

Actually i wanted to name this soup as best out of the waste, coz all the greens i used in this soup normally we used to trash them or else will make some subzis, apart from that we usually dont do anything interesting with those greens also we dont bother to throw them while cleaning the veggies...Weekend, i bought some rose radishes,beets and carrots with their greens also cauliflower with their green leaves, instead of throwing or making subzis those greens and leaves i combined everything for making this thick and filling soup which i cooked along with broken wheat rava for our dinner...This soup tastes simply delicious,thick,highly flavourful also at the same time a prefect soup for dinner to enjoy which suits prefectly for any ages, serve it with some bread toasts or grilled meats u will have a wonderful dinner for the sure..If u dont have wheat rava u can very well use potatoes to give the thickness to this wonderful looking green soup, as i want to finish some leftover wheat rava i went for wheat rava...

Greens & Wheat rava soup

1/2cup Radish greens (chopped)
1/2cup Carrot greens(chopped)
1/2cup Beets greens(chopped)
1cup Cauliflower leaves (chopped)
1no Onion(chopped)
3cups Vegetable stock water
1/4cup Broken wheat rava
Salt
Pepper powder
Olive oil
Low fat cream (as per need)

Heat enough olive oil in pressure cooker, saute the chopped onions with enough salt until the onions turns transculent, add now all the chopped greens and leaves,saute until they shrinks a bit, add the vegetable stock water,water (if needed) wheat rava and pepper powder, pressure cook upto 3 hisses..

Once the steam get released, blend the cooked greens-rava mixture as bit coarsely soup,serve with some low fat cream and enjoy warm!!

35 comments:

  1. Indeed healthy with all the greens and rich by wheat.Lovely and innovative idea..(haha..best with the waste is not a bad idea though)

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  2. Wow...that's really one healthy way to use the greens we otherwise trash away. And adding wheat rava is another great option.

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  3. Leftover greens in a soup. Only you will get such great ideas Priya. The soup is nutritious

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  4. Soup looks very nutritious and delicious. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Such a rich n healthy soup

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  6. simply unthinkable! too good, health package

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  7. That's a thick, creamy and hearty soup. Lovely way to use all the greens.

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  8. so rich it looks! and bet is healthy too! Your soup is an original, at least on my list!

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  9. Healthy soup indeed, loved the texture, very very innovative.

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  10. Wat a healthy soup...very rich n nutritious,appreciate your idea ...very innovative.

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  11. Really a healthy one Priya... Looks so gud. I think it would be more like a porridge....YUM!

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  12. WOW, I am speechless what a way to use up the waste greens simply superb.

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  13. aaha- what a lovely way to use greens - good one priya !

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  14. wow!...healthy one!....all the greens and wheat ravva...looks yummy!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  15. That's very creative! I would like to have some right NOW!
    US Masala

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  16. it is new but all greens make it healthy

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  17. Very rich and creamy soup...So healthy...

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  18. Thick and healthy creamy rich soup.

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  19. Wow such a delectable soup, Priya.

    I guess you never repeat a dish in an year, isnt it? wot a variety girl!!

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  20. lovely and very innovative to use all the greens that we never think of

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  21. Loved this soup that uses up all the beautiful greens that otherwise go waste.Would have made a perfect soup for earth day.

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  22. Healthy... Never used to use the greens, this sounds like a best usage... Thanks for the tip..

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  23. Priya, this is such a wonderful recipe; have not been able to go go through your blogposts in the recent weeks....

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  24. Great idea...delicious thick soup...

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  25. So healthy and yummy soup,nice blog you have.

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  26. what a healthy and light meal...will make it tomorrow.

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  27. Very innovative. Adding wheat rava in soup is quite interesting..

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  28. Very Rich n healthy priya!!! indeed Best out of the waste!!!!

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  29. A very very healthy package... u really going green and healthy!!!

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  30. What a power packed healthy n creamy soup:-)

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  31. Rich, creamy and healthy one,...

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  32. very innovative n delicious soup!!

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