• Momo soup

    March 7, 2013mayurisjikoni

    Our visit to Nepal many years ago was a memorable one. I loved the country and the people were very friendly. Though we had gone there in the month of April, it was freezing cold. The place we stayed at had a very small basic kitchen. No fancy food was available there. Our first meal…

     
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  • 230. mexican vegetable soup

    February 19, 2013mayurisjikoni

    an excuse to have some extra cheese Whenever I want to make some soup for dinner, Nami doesn’t want to have any of the creamy smooth type of soups. She prefers the wholesome, full of vegetable types and so had to hunt for recipes to fit that category. Some with lentils are perhaps like making…

     
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  • butternut squash soup

    September 4, 2012mayurisjikoni

    photos updated: 28/12/2018 Soup is becoming a common feature in our home especially during dinner time. I find making the creamy or pureed version quick and easy. A few days ago I was shopping at Nakumatt when I saw this young mother loading her trolley with the packet soups where you add the powdered stuff…

     
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  • 150. spinach zucchini soup

    August 16, 2012mayurisjikoni

    healthy option Zucchini, baby marrow or courgettes can be cooked, eaten raw, baked, stir fried or pureed. I previously had tried just zucchini soup and it didn’t turn out that great. The end result was a pale colour soup and hardly any taste. However, next time round added a few more ingredients to make the…

     
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  • 140. cauliflower soup

    August 8, 2012mayurisjikoni

     white and creamy Cauliflowers are at their best at the moment. Crunchy, fresh, white and not too expensive. A good time to use in salads, palak paneer parathas or to make a soup. Healthy, easy and quick. So get your pan out and get cooking. What I love about soups is that they are filling…

     
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  • 108. minestrone soup

    June 26, 2012mayurisjikoni

    wholesome meal   There’s nothing more comforting on a cold day like a bowl of some hearty wholesome soup. I love minestrone soup as it has everything in it, vegetables, pasta, beans, and cheese if you like. I usually use whatever vegetables are available in the market. Usually minestrone soup has celery, zucchini, carrot, beans,…

     
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  • Broccoli Coconut Soup

    June 24, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Broccoli Coconut Soup Broccoli Coconut Soup is a homemade, creamy, vegan, gluten free, healthy and filling soup. Easy to make, chopped almonds add a crunch to this delicious soup. Weather in Mombasa A bit of a drizzle and most of us in Mombasa presume that the cold season has begun. Its time to have hot…

     
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  • 90. mushroom soup

    June 15, 2012mayurisjikoni

    tastes better than the packet one   Mushroom soup is one of my favourite soups. Every time I make it, I remember the mushroom soup that was served at Driftwood in Malindi. While my family were having their choice of fish or chicken, I was not left with much of a choice. It was either…

     
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  • Mum’s Vegetable Soup

    June 8, 2012mayurisjikoni

    A Very Simple Vegetable Soup Mum’s Vegetable Soup is an easy to make soup without any oil, dried herbs, or spices besides pepper powder. Its one of the healthiest, nutritious and comforting soups that I enjoy. All you need are fresh vegetables like peas, potato, cauliflower, carrot, tomato, French beans and fresh corn if available.…

     
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  • Carrot Soup

    June 5, 2012mayurisjikoni

    EVENT:  FOODIES_ REDOING OLD POSTS #14 Carrot Soup is what I had the opportunity recently to update as the weather is getting cold in Bangalore. Evenings call for  something comforting and nutritious. Contributing this recipe for the Group called Foodies_Redoing Old Posts which is Renu’s baby. This group encourages food bloggers to visit their old…

     
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