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Creamy Corn Soup In 20 Minutes

Written By Srimathi Mani on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 | 2:06 PM

Sometimes the weather, time or our moods dictate the food that is prepared in our kitchen. The fall weather is so perfect for a warm cup of soup. This is my go to soup especially when I am out of  fresh veggies in my fridge or when I have very little time and have a lot of hungry stomachs to feed. A bag of frozen corn can feed a family of four easily. A very healthy, simple soup that is the most popular among all the kids in my family. I make it so often and sometimes serve it for dinner along with some instant garlic bread. I promise you that once you have tasted this one you would not buy the corn soup at any store. A bag of frozen organic yellow corn from Trader Joe's is all that I used for this recipe. So, next time you are in a mood for some hot soup, give this one a try and you will not be disappointed.




Gadgets:

Pressure pan/ Heavy Bottom Pot
Spatula
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Blender ( Vitamix works the best, but  a normal blender will work too)
Sieve


Ingredients:

Frozen Corn/ Fresh Corn - 16 oz
Water/ Vegetable Broth - 3 cups
Milk ( Regular/Lactaid/Rice/ Cream)- 2 cups
Note: In case of allergies rice milk works fine. If you want to make it rich add some cream. Personally, 2% milk works fine.
Salt
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
Butter -1 tbsp

Preparation:

1. Add corn, water or veggie broth and salt to a pressure cooker and cook it to 3 whistles. Once the pressure releases and allow the liquid to cool. If using a stock pot, add all the ingredients and cook the corn on medium high for 10 minutes or until it is well done and allow to cool a little.

2. Transfer to a blender and make a smooth puree. If you own a vita mix just blend into a smooth puree and add it back into the pan/ pot. If using a regular blender, pass through a sieve to remove the corn husk and then add to the pan/pot.

3. Add milk, pepper and butter. Allow to come to a boil and serve hot with garlic bread.


11 comments:

  1. Corn soup is always my fav..looks super creamy and yummy

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  2. Soup is looking yummy with nice crusty bread..perfect for winter.

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  3. healthy refreshing and nutritious soup.
    indu srinivasan
    kattameethatheeka.blogspot.com

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  4. Super delicious,comforting soup for this chilled weather..

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  5. So creamy and perfect soup..

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  6. Super.. one more soup to try out. My daughter saw it this morning and was thrilled. She said "mom you have to try this one soon". Will try and pass on my comments in detail

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  7. One more amazing, recipe! Me and my husband have been following your blog for a very long time and trying out the healthy recipes. He is such a big fuss about eating oats, but your Oats Dosai did the trick. Now this figures atleast once in our weekly cooking calendar! I have a request:
    1. Can you suggest alternate ways of cooking Oats? (like our Upma, etc.)
    2. We would like to incorporate Brocolli in our diet, can you post some recipes which are healthy, yet yummy!

    Thanks
    S

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  8. My mouth is watering now just looking at it!

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  9. Made this recipe last evening and my husband asked if it was from the store. Taste was awesome. we enjoyed it. waiting for more easy soup recipes.

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  10. I just made this soup for dinner. It was so good that my family finished it off. Easy to make and pretty tasty too!

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