I enjoyed Coriander soup this weekend at SUKHSAGER Restaurant; I like the taste very much, so I thought to make this in my way. Today I made this soup in my own style and add sesame seeds for garnishing; it was very refreshing and good for my sore throat. Try & enjoy the taste.



2cups frozen peas

4 cups vegetable stock

1 cup chopped fresh coriander

Salt & ground black pepper, to taste

¼ tsp. Clove powder

2tsp. Corn starch

1tbsp. Butter or Olive Oil

1tbsp. Roasted sesame seeds,

Extra fresh coriander sprigs, to garnish


1-Heat butter or Olive oil in a heavy bottom pan over medium heat, add coriander and peas. Sauté and cook this 3-4 minutes.

2-Add stocks, salt, pepper and bring to the boil over medium, high heat. Simmer till peas are soft.

3-Cool it for 5 minutes and transfers the soup to the blender for blending, or use hand blender for blending.

4- Return pureed soup to the saucepan and heat again.

5-Mix corn starch with 2tbsp. water and add to the soup. Stirring constantly for 5 minutes and add clove powder, remove.

6-Serve in individual bowls with roasted sesame seeds and fresh coriander leaves.



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