5 Indian Soup Recipes to Keep You Warm In Winters

Winter is for staying indoors, snuggling up and watching Netflix. Here are five Indian soup recipes that’ll fit in perfectly with your cozy winter nights. 



Ingredients: Spices are key.  So, turn to Quicklly and order your Indian spices online (Methi seeds, red chili, cumin seeds, peppercorns, mustard seeds, turmeric, rasam powder,). You’ll also need oil, garlic, curry leaves, hing, tamarind, tomatoes, salt, jaggery, coriander leaves. 

Recipe: In a hot pan, add pureed tomatoes, salt, turmeric. Sauté for a few minutes, add rasam powder, then continue to sauté. Add water and some tamarind. It will add a zing to the rasam. Balance out the flavors with jaggery. Garnish with chopped coriander and voila! 



Ingredients: Pumpkins, Alliums, Dried Herbs, Indian spices, olive oil, salt and pepper, Cheese (optional)

Recipe: Cook pumpkin in a pressure cooker with onion, garlic and water. Once cooked, blend it until smooth. Add olive oil and mix it well before adding the herbs. Add salt and mix well. If needed, add grated cheese to make it creamier. 



Ingredients: Butter, onions, unskinned potatoes, mixed herbs, salt, grated carrots for garnish. If you don’t have the veggies, you can always use Quicklly to get fresh vegetable online

Recipe: Heat butter in a pressure cooker, add onions and sauté. Add potatoes and continue to stir. Add water. Once potatoes soften, transfer into a blender. Add herbs, salt, pepper to the puree and let it simmer. Use carrots as garnish and enjoy your meal.



Ingredients: Carrot, Onion and Potato, milk, fresh cream, salt and black pepper. 

Recipe: Cook the carrot, onion, potato with water in a pressure cooker. Let it cool down, then put it in the mixer to make a smooth puree. Strain it once done. Put mixture into a non-stick pan, add salt and mix well. Add milk, fresh cream and pepper and continue mixing. Your soup will soon be ready to serve. 



Ingredients: Chopped carrots, onions, olive oil, apples, mixed herbs, low fat milk, salt, black pepper. 

Recipe: Heat olive oil in a pressure cooker, add some onions and saute them. Once they start to brown, add carrots, apples. Add water and cook. Let the steam inside escape the cooker, then open the lid. Transfer mixture into a non-stick pan, add herbs, milk, water, salt, pepper, then mix it well. Enjoy it while you binge watch! 


Whatever you may be in a mood for, Quicklly has you covered. Order your fresh vegetables online with ease. Hot and spicy flavors on your mind? get Indian spices online and cook up a storm.