Carrot-turmeric tummy-soothing soup

Honestly speaking this is the best carrot soup I’ve ever made. This soup will help on the days when your tummy feels upset. When your only dream is to get rid of the pain or stomach cramp turmeric will do its magic. Its anti-inflammatory substances dissolve in fat, therefore don’t forget to add some ghee or olive oil. Additionally, cumin will cure any type of … Continue reading Carrot-turmeric tummy-soothing soup

Quick & Easy Red Masoor Dal – Red Lentils

I developed aversion to fresh coriander and garam masala after 3 months in India. I still remember how shocked I was upon discovery of veggie masala burger in McDonalds in Delhi city center. After 5 years of coriander & garam masala abstinence I can say I’m pretty much over my old aversion and can fully enjoy Indian food once again. Red Masoor Dal is a … Continue reading Quick & Easy Red Masoor Dal – Red Lentils

Velvety cream of leek

In her books, Julia Child advises us how to peel vegetables, how to cook them, in which pot and for how long – simply everything from scratch. On one of the pages, I came across the idea of ​​replacing thick cream in soup by rice puree. Rice itself does not have a distinctive flavor, which could dominate, so is just perfect for this kind of food. I guarantee that you’ve never had so velvety and delicate … Continue reading Velvety cream of leek

Cream of red lentil soup and how to make perfect cream soup

Cream of red lentils preparation time: 30-40 minutes What do you need for 3 servings ? 1 cup red lentils 1 carrot, cut into small pieces 1/2 onion, diced a piece of leek, diced 4 cups of water 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 teaspoons sweet paprika 3 cloves of garlic, crushed lemon juice 1 tablespoon butter/can be replaced with olive oil What now? 1. Sweat … Continue reading Cream of red lentil soup and how to make perfect cream soup