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Wednesday, January 31, 2018


I have tried many recipes of sweet corn soup but my kids never approve those as they always wanted it be like restaurant style, This winters tried my own simple and easy version and balanced both salt and sweet keeping kids demand in mind. Finally I nailed it this time. My daughter was so happy after having this that she volunteered to help me in clicking the picture, she held the soup spoon in the pic below.

A very yummy and healthy sweet corn soup dedicated to all the kids out there.

Serves: 4 regular soup bowls
1 cup corn (I used American corn)
1 small sized finely diced carrot
1/2 cup finely chopped cabbage
6-8 finely diced beans
1 small sized finely chopped spring onion (use only green part) (optional)

4 glasses of water
2 tbsp cornflour
2 tsp salt
4 tsp sugar
black pepper to taste

1. Wash all the vegetables and chop them finely. Wash corn and keep aside.

2. Take pressure cooker and add 4 glasses of water. Add all the chopped vegetables except for spring onion. Add salt.

3. Keep on high flame and give 2 whistles. Turn off the flame and let it DE-pressurize naturally.

4. Dissolve 2 tbsp cornflour in 1/4 water.

5. Open the cooker lid and add cornflour water in it and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes or till it comes to desired consistency. If you want more thick dissolve 1 more tbsp of cornflour in water and add but for me it was right consistency.

6. Add sugar and let it dissolve. Take a taste test if required adjust sugar and salt according to your taste.

7. If desire add black pepper I added 1/2 tsp spoon as children doesn't like spicy.

8. Put in serving bowl sprinkle green part of spring onion and serve hot! I bet your kids gonna love it.

NOTES: Instead of pressure cooker you can boil vegetables in stew pot or pan for 5 minutes.


1. Corn and finely chopped veggies are ready.

2. Add veggies, water and salt. Give 2 whistles.

3. Dissolve 2 tbsp cornflour in 1/4 cup water.

4. Put in boiled veggies.

5. Add sugar and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes.

6. Pepper if desired.

7. Serve with soya sauce or chili sauce. I did not use soya sauce or chili sauce while serving. It was used for picture only.

8. My cute little daughter holding the spoon 😍

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