Ayurvedic Corn Soup
Ayurvedic corn soup is good for people with high cholesterol or people suffering from obesity as it is cooked without ghee.
Ayurvedic Corn Soup is ideal for breakfast and it balances tridosha and in the long term exacerbates vata dosha. It is good for the people with high cholesterol or who are suffering from obesity. This soup has great taste and is added with nutritional benefits. Preparing ayurvedic corn soup is quite easy and it can be made at home.
Ingredients of Ayurvedic Corn Soup:
Five cups of water
Five cobs of fresh corn
One full tablespoon of chopped cilantro leaves
One inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and chopped
One-fourth cup of water
One teaspoonful of cumin seeds
Two tablespoonful of ghee
One pinch of salt
One-fourth teaspoonful of black pepper
Method of Preparing Ayurvedic Corn Soup:
The corn is removed off the cobs to make about four cups.
Put the corn in a mixer with two cups of water and blend until it forms a paste.
Keep it in a bowl and set it aside.
Put ginger, cilantro and one-fourth cup of water in a blender and make a liquid paste.
Put a soup pot on medium flame and add ghee and cumin seeds.
When the seeds start popping, add the blended spices, blended corn and black pepper.
Add the remaining water and blend it well.
Boil this mixture without covering it and continue this for nearly twenty minutes. Stir occasionally.
Add salt just before serving, and garnish with cilantro leaves and black pepper.
Benefits of Ayurvedic Corn Soup:
The corn soup contains multiple nutrients that provide benefits to the entire body.
This soup balances tridosha and in the long term exacerbates vata dosha.
It is good for the people with high cholesterol or who are suffering from obesity.
It helps to maintain a healthy heart.
It enhances memory.
It also helps in increasing cognitive function.
As corn is enriched with Vitamin B content so the soup helps energy production under extreme stressful conditions.
Regular intake of this soup can also help to get rid of constipation.