September 23, 2016

Veg Manchow Soup | Hot soups for kids | Indo chinese

This has to be the most awaited soup at our dinner table. Owing to the developing tastes, the elder kid has now asking for hot spicy soups as early as 5pm once she's back from school. And we enjoyed the soups we made for the Cooking Carnival this month. This was one soup that was particularly made for her, and she enjoyed it a lot :)

As with Indo-Chinese food, this too was modified at home to suit our tastebuds. I am not a fan of readymade Indo Chinese sauces, and would rather use healthy substitutes whenever I make these.

So, while it may not be the authentic way of making Veg Manchow Soup, it was pretty much pleasing to our palate, and I shall be making this often due to popular demand now :-) I have another version of this with Cheesy Manchow Soup  that I made ages ago, but the kiddo's tastes have changed.


Prep time : 15 mins, Cook time : 15 mins , Serves : 2

Ingredients:
  • Veg stock - 2 cups
  • Shredded cabbage - 3 tsp
  • Shredded carrots - 3 tsp
  • Minced onion - 1 small
  • Minced scallions - white & green separate - 2 tsp each
  • Salt - to taste
  • White pepper - to taste
  • Finely chopped garlic & ginger - 1/2 tsp each
  • Corn Starch - 1 TBSP
  • Light Soy Sauce - 1 tsp
  • Rice vinegar - 1/2 tsp
  • Fried Noodles - 3 TBSP (totally optional, but we liked it that way) 
  • Oil - 1 TBSP
Method:
  1. In a large wok, add oil, saute ginger, garlic & onions really well. Now add the shredded veggies and saute for 2 mins on high heat, add in the minced white part of the scallions too. Add the Vegetable stock and little salt and let it come to a rolling boil. 
  2. Mix cornflour with 1/2 TBSP cold water and add to the soup. Now add the soy sauce & vinegar. Adjust salt and spices. 
  3. Now finish with the diced green scallions & fried noodles and serve immediately. 



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16 comments:

  1. Somehow i like very few soups but like all chinese soups and your version sounds great , if the kids are happy we are happy !

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  2. My kids love this soup. They had Manchow soup at a party and were after me to make it at home.

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  3. Am a die hard fan of this soup, can finish my meal happily with a bowl of this soup. Delicious soup there.

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  4. This soup sounds so yum. Love those crispy fried noodles topping..

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  5. Soup looks tasty and nice to know this has become a regular at home. Love the color of the soup.

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  6. Great article. Keep sharing such a different recipes.

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  7. my husband can survive on this soup for years...lovely pictures..

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  8. Veg Manchow soup is in my to-do list for quite sometime. Yours looks fabulous. Bookmarked.

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  9. A good one for those who love Indo-Chinese food.

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  10. It's in my to do list,it got a lovely color and looks yummy.

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  11. Lovely Manchow soup. Indo-Chinese food at it's simplest best.

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  12. Must say those fried noodles is the main attraction on top..very nicely done!,...Enjoyed your soups series and must say each one was so nicely presented and done.

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  13. This is one soup we all agree on at home. Love your version with the fried noodles!

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  14. I always have had a liking for the manchow soup. Looks yummy.

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  15. The manchow soup is my kind of soup and I will happily fight over the bowl with my children.

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