Sunday, 11 November 2018

Thukpa (Vegan Version)




A soup is a flavorful and nutritious liquid food served at the first of several courses which is intended just to whet the appetite. This may be one of many dishes served at the same time or a hearty meal served in a bowl. Soups have been made since ancient times. There are basically two categories of soup based upon the texture of the soup as Thin Soup (ex: clear soup) & Thick Soup (ex: creamy soup), which are further classified into various categories. A clear soup is served crystal clear and the thick creamy soup has a smooth velvety finish. Beside any varieties, soups are always easy one pot meal which are perfectly fit for dinner or lunch or even snack. Some soup recipes from my space are






Well, Thukpa is such a soup where the main ingredient is the noodle. So this is basically a noodle soup from Tibetan cuisine. These days, the thukpa seems to be hugely popular in North-East region of Indian subcontinent. This soup contains both vegetables / non-vegetables and rice / whole wheat noodles in it. The vegetables used in the preparation are the most common ones such as cabbage, carrot, mushroom, onion etc where as the non-vegetarians mainly consists of either meat or chicken. While making a soup, we usually boil everything in one pot, but in case of thukpa the noodles have to be cooked before hand and added to the soup just at the end. Here I have come up with the vegetarian version using vegetable broth, but some shredded or chopped meat or non-vegetarian broth can also be added to this. This version of thukpa is so simple, easy to make and a comfort bowl packed with vegetables. 

So do try this noodle soup from Tibetan cuisine, THUKPAIf you tried my recipe and enjoyed fully, then please share some pictures of your creation with me. Also give your valuable feedback either in the comment box below or tag me as #firsttimercook on Instagram. You may also follow me on FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle+Instagram and can subscribe for free to get new recipes directly into your inbox ๐Ÿ˜Š





Preparation Time : 15 mins   |   Cooking Time : 25 mins 


Ingredients :        

Ingredients
Measurements
Noodle
2 cup
Carrot (thin stripe)
1/3rd cup
Cabbage (thin stripe)
½ cup
Mushroom (thin stripe)
½ cup
Tomato (finely chopped)
(medium)
1 no
Onion (thin slice)
1 no
Garlic (finely chopped)
1 tsp
Soy sauce
1-2 tbsp
Pepper powder
¼ tsp
Vegetable broth / stock
3 cup
Spring onion (finely chopped)
Few
Oil
2 tsp
Salt
As needed
Water
As needed



Method :
  1. First in a deep pan, boil sufficient water and add in salt.
  2. Next put the noodles and cook till AL-Dante.
  3. Drain all the water, mix the cooked noodles with little oil. Keep aside.
  4. Now heat oil in a pan.
  5. Add finely chopped garlic, onion slices and saute till onion turns translucent.
  6. Then add chopped tomatoes, carrot stripes, cabbage stripes, mushroom stripes and saute for some minutes till tomatoes as well as other vegetables are soft.
  7. Next add soy sauce, pepper powder, salt and vegetable broth / stock.
  8. Mix everything well and simmer for 12-15 minutes.
  9. Now add cooked noodles, mix well and again simmer for 2-3 minutes.
  10. Turn off heat.
  11. Pour into serving bowl, sprinkle some chopped green onions & serve hot !





Notes :

  • Baby spinach leaves can be added.
  • Vegetable broth / stock can be replaced with normal water.

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This 'Thukpa (Vegan Version)' is contributed for 56th Healthy Wellthy Cuisines where the theme is 'Soupy Tales at HW'. Here are more similar recipes shared by our Healthy Wealthy Group members as Wonton SoupVegetable Manchow SoupCreamy Cauliflower SoupHot & Sour Vegetable Soup, Bottle gourd soup

16 comments:

  1. The Thukpa looks awesome! Just perfect for the weather in Bangalore now. :)

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  2. This bowl of Thukpa looks absolutely inviting .

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  3. Thukpa looks so tempting Sasmita๐Ÿ˜‹ I can have this anytime ☺๐Ÿ˜„

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  4. So wholesome, I havent tried this at all. I amd surely tempted to try your recipe now.

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  5. Lovely one and filling Sasmita. Do need to try this thukpa soon.

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  6. Soup season has started with the nip in the air...looks good

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  7. Perfect for winters.. so comforting and filling!! Looks so yummmm!!

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  8. Thukpa looks comforting and delicious. Perfect for this winter. I would love to have it hot. Superb share Sasmita.

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  9. A bowl full of healthy goodness... love it. I may not like instant noodles but love noodles in a soup.

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  10. This one pot hearty meal was the 1st thing what I tasted on my visit to North East. And I must say it is so comforting.
    Your soup looks so Delish.

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  11. My kind of soup, love to finish that bowl anytime. Such a satisfying and superfilling bowl there.

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  12. Perfect soup for this weather. Packed with flavor and texture :) Lovely share, Sasmita!

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  13. The soup looks wholesome...loaded with noodles and veggies makes a soulful dish

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  14. A warm and hearty soup I need right now as we are frozen! Such a delicious and tasty looking Thukpa.

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  15. Interesting trivia, delectable dish. Ahh one bowl of this delicious gorgeousness and I shall be ready to rock. Loved it.

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  16. Thukpa looks so tempting and perfect for this winter...bookmarked it

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