Since yesterday the chilly wind dropped the temperature and the pollution levels here and I felt that the heaviness in breathing has considerably reduced making my appetite somewhat better. With onset of winters, cravings for hot soups have begun too. Wondering what to make, I looked in my fridge and found a bunch of fresh Palak (Spinach) of the season and now I know what I am going to make in my kitchen. I began my experiments with Palak Soup. We generally get Palak all round the year but I prefer making vegetables that are fresh produced in the season. We all are aware of the fact that Palak is a food rich in nutrients like iron, calcium, magnesium, protein etc and low in calorie. People with diabetes can include it in regular diet as it improves in managing glucose levels.
While making soup, we can always add ingredients that we prefer. Like in Palak Soup, I have added Moong Green daal (Popularly know as moong Khichdi dal). It adds a flavour and thickness to the soup. If you like any other daal, you can always use that. My output turned out to be fairly good. Lets gear up and begin our experiment together. Hope you like it too.
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