Friday, April 13, 2012

CREAM OF SPINACH SOUP


This delicious cream of spinach soup is rich, creamy and satisfying.

Ingredients:
Spinach ....... 300 gms. ( frozen spinach = 1 pkt.)
(If using fresh spinach ....... 1 big bunch)
Ginger ....1 tbsp. (grated)
Cream ...... 1 pkt (200gms)
Salt to taste
Ground black pepper

Method:
1. Boil the spinach with about 1 & 1/2 cup water, salt and grated ginger.
2. Let it cool and then blend it well, and check for salt.
3. Just before serving, add the cream and give it one boil.
4. Serve in individual bowls, add a pinch of ground black pepper and a little grated cheese in each bowl. (Makes 4 bowls)
Serve hot.

14 comments:

  1. wow this is another lovely dish, Shoba! hopping over from Ayeesha's blog :) two thumbs up!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by and liking

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  2. Very healthy version of soup, thank you for linking with Any One can Cook :)

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    1. Thanks dear.. and my pleasure to link it to ur event

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  3. Healthy soup and colorful. Thx for linking.

    Vardhini
    CooksJoy

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  4. Love this soup and especially in winters this feels like a meal in itself. The cream adds the right amount of richness and the smooth texture too. This is usually our dinner option on most days, minus the cream ofcourse. Loved the recipe.

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    1. Thanks Vidya.. sometimes I just add some milk instead of cream.

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  5. Greeny soup filled with cream are delicious and yum yum filling soup..

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  6. What a quick and healthy dish. Love the colour. Adding cream to the soup must make it taste lovely and smooth. I love this idea as you can make it quickly when you come homefrom work and serve it with some french bread.

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    1. Thanks dear Mina.. yes soups are great for a working lady as they hardly take time.

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