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Lemon Chickpea Soup | Vegan, Easy and Simple Soup Recipe |

Lemon Chickpea Soup has to be my new favourite soup nowadays. To begin with, it is so flavourful and has such a distinct tang to it, it’s incredible that it’s made out of such easily available Indian ingredients. Here’s what important, this Lemon Chickpea soup is so wholesome and nourishing that it is any day better than a store bought ready to make soup. Moreover, it is free of any unhealthy additives such as sugar, preservatives, emulsifiers or artificial colours which are so common in store bought soup.

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Vegan Thai Tofu Soup with Veggies

Vegan Thai Tofu Soup with Veggies is very light but only in terms of texture. It is very filling and satiating thanks to the rich dosage of protein, dietary fiber and healthy fats. This Vegan Thai Tofu Soup with Veggies is a complete main dish in itself and is a perfect dinner option especially in winters. But, if you’re looking for something to serve it with, it goes really well with rice or pad thai noodles.

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Creamy Mushroom Soup Recipe

Vegan Creamy Mushroom Soup recipe has some really refreshing and wholesome ingredients and of course, uses no dairy products. The flavours are amazing, aromatic (thanks to the veg bouillon for adding such a blast of flavour) and the texture is so smooth and creamy. I also feel like using besan or chickpea flour for this recipe was such a wise choice because it is so much than maida or refined flour and adds that perfect smoothness that is so vital for this creamy mushroom soup recipe.

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Veg Pad Thai Noodles with Peanuts and Carrots Soup Recipe

Veg Pad Thai Noodles with Peanuts and Carrots Soup Recipe is one of the most delicious Thai dishes I’ve tried making and the all the incredible ingredients just come together and complement each other so well. The best thing is that if you live in India, you will find most of these ingredients in your kitchen already. This noodle dish is creamy, nutty, salty, sour and sweet all at the same time. Now that is what I call an explosion of flavour. 🙂