Spinach/Palak Soup


1 medium bunch spinach leaves
2 tsp butter
2 cloves
2 cardamoms
1/2 tsp ginger paste
A bit of cinnamon
1 tsp cumin seeds
Salt as per taste
Pepper powder
2 tsp corn flour

Sprinkle some water over spinach and cook for five minutes. Cool and grind it to a fine paste.

Heat butter and add cloves, ginger, cinnamon, cumin and cardamom and some water. Allow it to boil for five minutes and then strain the water. Mix this water, palak paste and cornflour paste and cook for 2 minutes. Add salt and pepper as per taste and serve hot with toasted bread pieces.

Healthy spinach soup ready to serve
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sowmya said...

yummy healthy soup...

notyet100 said...

nice colour nd healthy too,..:-)

Asha said...

healthy and colorful, love the croutons! :)

Happy cook said...

Love the colour and a very healthy soup too.

AnuSriram said...

Thats a healthy soup! Looks awesome.

Chitra - spicelover said...

healthy soup!!Nice photograph:)

Sumathi said...

Looks yummy..

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely delicious soup

Mrs.Kannan said...

Soup looks great..love the color.

Superchef said...

love the colour of the soup!

Meera said...

Loved the color of this healthy soup!! slurp!!

Supriya said...

Hi EC, what a healthy & yummy soup. I had a palak soup at the ISKCON temple restaurant on my recent visit to India and wondered how they made it so well without onions/garlic. I'll try your version soon.

Knorr Soup said...

EC, your soup looks just right for that cold evening curled up next to a fire with a book in your hands. The cooking time is so little, and the end result is fabulous! We know that soups are one of the best ways to eat healthy to stay healthy, and your palak soup fits right into that category of healthy eating. Check out some more expert tips and suggestions on healthy eating habits at http://knorratseven.blogspot.com/.

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