Five Delicious Sattvic Soups and Sides

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Sattvic soups are full of goodness. They are also inexpensive to meal, versatile to fit into any menu, and filling. The soups may be chunky or smooth, clear, or dark and rich, they are always filling and comforting. Sattvic soups are also delicious with a blend of select spices. Whenever seasons change, or we need comfort food, it is best to reach out to make sattvic soups.

Here are ten reasons to make soups today

1.       Make soups when you have little time to cook

2.       Soups are filling, without adding too many calories to your diet

3.       You can pack a lot of fiber in soup

4.       Soups can be a storehouse of protein power

5.       Make your soup vegan or vegetarian with little effort

6.       Soups fit into any type of menu plan you create

7.       A soup can be a complete meal

8.       You can convert a soup to stew easily

9.       With soups you can combine an assortment of seasonal vegetables

10.   You can make or use a variety of combination of side dishes for dipping in the soups

             In this blog post, you will find recipes for delicious sattvic soups and sides combinations. You can make these soups if you are fasting or if you have little time to cook or when you are hosting a family gathering as well.  The sides dishes that go with the soups can be made individually or in combination with the soup.

Read this blog post to learn more about sattvic soups

and click here to read more about making a hearty sattvic stew

  1. Quinoa soup with Kaara waddai

Quinoa is one of the most nutritious foods on earth. It’s also delicious, versatile, and easy to cook with! Quinoa is a complete protein that contains all nine essential amino acids. It has more fiber than any other cereal grain – it can help keep your digestive system clean. Quinoa is gluten-free so it’s perfect for people who have celiac disease or are gluten-intolerant. Eating quinoa regularly will provide steady energy levels throughout the day because of its slow-release carbohydrates.

Double up your protein with this combination of quinoa and Kaara waddai for a perfect meal. You can make Quinoa soup in Instapot or stovetop. You can also make Kaara waddai in air fryer.

Here is the recipe for Quinoa Soup

Follow this link to make Kaara Waddai

2. Ragi Kanji with Lentil patties

Ragi or finger millet has been cultivated for centuries in India. The grain has high protein            content, rich in minerals, and has several antimicrobial properties. This recipe is favorable for people who want to eat well to keep diabetes in check. Ragi is also easy to digest for those with  gluten sensitivities or other food intolerances.               Here is the recipe for Ragi Kanji

Lentils are nutritious, high-protein, low calorie food. They are versatile and can be cooked to make various also crunchy and tasty forming a delicious meal. This blog post explains the  superpower of lentils.

This link will give you the recipe to make Lentil Patties

3. Tomato Soup with Cabbage Pakoda

Tomatoes are a powerhouse of nutrition. They’re an excellent source of lycopene, which is an antioxidant that helps fight free radicals in the body and reduces inflammation. Tomatoes also provide vitamin A and potassium, both important for healthy functioning of cells and tissues!

Follow this recipe to make a delicious tomato soup.

4. Lentil-Squash soup with ghee and Bondas

Squash is one of the most underrated vegetables in America. It’s low-calorie, high-fiber, and full of vitamin A. But did you know that it also has anti-inflammatory properties?

It’s time to start cooking with this vegetable! Follow the recipe to make a squash soup.

Vegetable bondas are one of the easy snacks, filled with taste and flavor, follow the recipe to make bondas

5. Potato soup with Puri bites

This potato soup is the favorite soup adapts itself to pleasing everyone’s palate.  Potatoes are a great source of complex carbohydrates, which provide energy. They’re also full of potassium and vitamin C. The best part? You can eat them any time – breakfast, lunch or dinner – as they taste great in both savory and sweet dishes.

You can quickly to make an easy potato soup by following the recipe!

Puri bites

If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious way to stick with your goals this year, consider giving souping a try. These recipes are full of flavor, protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals that will help support the immune system while nourishing the body from within. You will also find the top ten reasons why making soups is great for your health in case you need more convincing! The best part? Soup can be made using just about any ingredient so it’s easy on your wallet too.

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