Stay Warm In Winters With Tea, Coffee and Soups!
With the dropping temperature in the city, it is important for you to stay warmed up. Chilling winds can make your body shiver butthe best warmers for the season are tea, coffee and soup!
Taking a sip of coffee and tea in this season is common and of course you will enjoy more, when you have ample choices such as green tea, tulsi, lemon etc. Apart from this, soups are the best choice to have in winters.
Keep yourself warm with hot tea
Not only are they healthy but hot steamy soups are a meal in itself. A bowl of soup ensures appropriate quantity of vegetables in your body.
So, here are a list of some soups you can try to satiate your hunger in this chilly weather.
Dal soup: Yes, they are the best source of proteins. Packed with protein and flavored cilantro with some fresh ginger will make a perfect choice to stay warm and healthy in winters.
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You can use moong dal or masoor dal to prepare it.
Noodle soup: Being a vegetarian, it is difficult to stay warm in the season but if you want you can warm up yourself just one bowl of noodle soup as it is enough for you.Freshness of lemongrass, goodness of carrots and flavor of mushroom will rejuvenate your taste buds. It is so comforting that you can make it at your home too.
Here is the recipe:
Mix brown rice vinegar and honey with sriracha sauce. Coat tofu over it and reserve the rest of the mixture and grill it for five minutes. Boil the basic stock with garlic paste, spring onions, mushrooms, carrots, red bell pepper and lemongrass for 10 minutes. Put bell paper and carrots to the clear stock leaving lemongrass aside and the spring onions. Add noodles to it and heat until it is done.
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Corn Soup: Most of us like it and of course it is a good source of iron. So, you can anytime make it at home and can enjoy the bliss of hot steamy and tasty soup in your comfort zone.
So, how to go ahead?
Boil corn for 10 minutes then mix it with a paste of garlic and fresh ginger, grind it then add some black pepper and then serve it hot!
So, if you haven’t tried soups yet in this season go ahead and try some delicious steamy soup.