Tomato & Beetroot Soup Recipe
Tomato & Beetroot Soup is a comforting and easy dish to make on cold rainy days. This recipe uses no cornflour or heavy cream, relying on the goodness of vegetables alone to provide all the goodness, flavour and body to the soup. This is ideal for this season when the sniffles attack and you crave warm, satisfying meals over complex full meals.
Other recipes that you can try are:
- Light And Healthy Spinach Soup Recipe
- Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Carrot Soup Recipe
- Lemongrass Tomato Corn Soup Recipe
- 500 grams Tomatoes , quartered
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 50 grams Beetroot , roughly chopped
- 3 cloves Garlic
- 1 teaspoon Whole Black Pepper Corns
- 1 inch Cinnamon Stick
- 2 Cloves
- 2 Green cardamom
- 2 teaspoons Butter
- 1 teaspoon Cooking oil
- 2 cups Water
- 1/2 cup Milk
- Salt , to taste
Directions for Tomato & Beetroot Soup Recipe
To begin making the Tomato & Beetroot Soup, heat butter and oil in a pan.
Add the whole spices (cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and peppercorn) to it and sauté them lightly till aromatic.
Next, add the garlic and onions and saute them up till light brown and translucent.
Then, tip in the quartered tomatoes and toss them continuously, cooking on a medium flame, until the skin shrinks.
The next step is to add the beetroot, salt and water to this and pressure cook until you hear a couple of whistles. Turn off the heat after a couple of whistles and allow the pressure to release completely.
Once the pressure has released from the cooker pour the tomato beetroot soup mixture into a blender to make a smooth puree.
Strain the soup into a saucepan, add the milk and bring it to a gentle boil, allowing it to simmer for 2-3 minutes.
Asha, a former finance professional, is settled in Bangalore with her husband and son. She pursued cooking as a hobby from a young age, however did not take it up seriously until much later. She got into food blogging after her son's birth since it gave her the flexibility that corporate jobs seldom offer. Being health conscious, she is on a perennial quest for easy to make, low on fat yet delectable recipes. Further food blogging piqued her interest in food photography, a skill that she is honing. She currently blogs at Spice Counter (www.spicecounter.com)