Thursday, 24 January 2013

Drumstick Leaves Soup


Like the quote " Best things come in small packages", this drumstick leaves which is small in size has loads of benefit in it.

I have been ignoring these leaves until I tried this recipe. But now I know how good & taste it is. So friends try this recipe and have a good health :-)








Ingredients:

Fresh Drumstick leaves - 1/2 cup (cleaned & washed)
Small onion - 1/2 cup (chopped)
Tomatoes - 3 (chopped)
Asafoetida
Salt
Butter - 1 tbsp
Cornflour -1 tbsp

Cooking Method:

1. Heat 1 tbsp of butter in the frying pan. Add onion and fry nicely.

2. Then add tomatoes, asafoetida & salt. Let it cook until the tomatoes becomes mushy.

3. Next add the fresh drumstick leaves and wait till the leaves are cooked and raw smell leaves.

***Drumstick leaves has to be really fresh else the soup will definitely have the raw smell.

4. Once the raw smell leaves add 3 cups of water to the drumstick leaves mixture & allow it to boil.

5. Now mix the corn flour in a warm water and add the cornflour water into the boiling drumstick leaves soup & mix nicely.

6. The soup will become thick. Sprinkle the black pepper powder, mix it & serve hot.


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15 comments:

  1. My Fav dish.. i just love anything with drumstick and drumstick leaves..

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  2. Its very healthy and best for cough. I find it hard to get the leaves over here. My mum normally pass over some to me and I seldom make soup but a simple stir fry.

    Next round, will try out your soup recipe.

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    1. Thanks Navaneetham....if the leaves are not very fresh, then soup might have light raw smell of the leaves...

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  3. never tried soup with drumstick leaves.. sounds healthy..

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  4. Very healthy and clear soup. Love to have a sip now.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/01/maan-kochu-bata-spicy-paste-of-malanga.html

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  6. what lovely and yummy soup:)
    Love the pictures!!

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  7. This seems to be a very healthy one. Thanks for sharing

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