Soups

Soups

In our household, we had ROTI Soups in the weekends. My mum and sisters would use leftover rotis, a staple made from wheat flour, which got torn by hand into small pieces. They would take a saucepan and add ghee, garlic, and the roti pieces along with spices, yogurt and water to create a wholesome meal. Once prepared, we would add diced tomatoes, onions, and hot sauces to complement this comfort food. Enjoy this delicious meal from our kitchen to yours.

In our household we had KADHI SOUPS in the weekends. My mum and sisters would use chickpea flour, which is high in fiber and protein, to create this delicious soup. They would take a saucepan and add ghee, garlic, chickpea flour, a combination of spices, yogurt and water to create a wholesome meal. Enjoy this delicious soup from our kitchen to yours.

When I was at boarding school in the Fiji Islands, our school kitchen chef would create this special RASAM SOUP, which is a staple in the south of India. Rasam Soup is light and runny in texture, with a tangy and spicy taste. It provides wonderful comfort in the cold, rainy months where I would cherish this soup with crackers, rice, and roti. Enjoy this delicious meal from our kitchen to yours.