Summer’s are all gone, they’re over.. Pulling something out of the fridge is a chore, and I feel hungry all the time.. yup the winters are on their way and it’s by far the best reason to be in my kitchen.. so cozy.. so warm.
this soup came as an epiphany, when I realized it was too late for breakfast and too early for lunch and I wanted to eat something very filling, yet not very tedious.. something comforting but not at the expense of screwing my waistline.. This soup is the perfect fix and easily manageable with a medley of vegetables and top notch taste.. You’ll actually feel proud of downing more than the required amount of greens.. aah the guilt free feeling of eating something hearty..
the ingredients line up is mostly greens, but you can use whichever vegetables you like.. I have bock choy (I’m in love with them as of now), spring onions, lettuce, heaped teaspoon of cornflour, 2 red chillies chopped, 2 fat cloves of garlic, 1/2 inch cube of ginger, 1 long long green chilly, 300 mls water, black pepper, soya sauce, vinegar and of course salt.. I didn’t use any since the soya sauce was more than sufficient.. & yes 2 tsps oil.
Not very artistic, but here is a clear view of all the chopped greens. I think I just tore off the lettuce with my bare hands.. such was my ferocity ( I was watching hulk while cooking this .. sorry !!)
can you imagine the concentration I was putting in while stirring this without spilling anything outside and watching Hulk at the same time.. which reminds me ‘how hot is Edward Norton??’ say.. I think it was watching the green man that prompted me to make this soup in the first place.. hmm anyways..
This is it.. it’s done.. it was so pretty I had tears of joy.. every bite is so full of flavors. If you want it as a complete meal, I suggest add in some boiled noodles ,or chunks of ham or leftover chicken.. This was such a good meal, my impatience resulted in a burnt tongue, a t-shirt with soya stains and the most memorable Hulk movie ever.