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Mughlai Paya Soup
Mughlai Paya Soup
MUGHLAI PAYA SOUP
Mughlai Paya Soup is a good meal for the convalescents after surgery or illness. It is rich in calories, calcium and proteins. It is energising.
- Paya Stock - 4 cups
- Tomato sauce 4 tbspn
- Soya sauce 1 tspn
- Corn Flour - 1tbspn
- Salt - to taste
- Cooked paya pieces - 1/2cup
Heat paya stock in a vessel. Add Tomato sauce and Soya sauce. Stir well. Mix corn flour with 1/4cup of water. When paya stock begins to boil, add corn flour into it slowly with constant stirring. Boil it for 10 minutes.
Add the sliced paya pieces and salt into the paya stock. Remove from fire. Add juice of one lemon. Serve hot.
How to Prepare Paya Stock
To get Paya Stock refer to Paya Recipe on the following link:
SIMPLE PAYA RECIPE
© 2010 Dr Kulsum Mehmood
Dr Kulsum Mehmood (author) from Nagpur, India on November 08, 2011:
@ Thanks Joe for your comment.
@ Thanks Soni for your comment.
Rajinder Soni from New Delhi, India on November 08, 2011:
Wow this soup is yummy. I will try it out. Thanks for posting Kulsum.
Zach from Colorado on September 06, 2011:
Very interesting recipe. I'm not very familiar with Indian cuisine, but this looks like a good introduction. Thanks for the hub. Voted up and useful.
Dr Kulsum Mehmood (author) from Nagpur, India on July 25, 2011:
Do try it out d.william. It is very tasty and nutritious.
d.william from Somewhere in the south on July 24, 2011:
Looks like an easy soup recipe. I will give it a try. Thanks for sharing.
Dr Kulsum Mehmood (author) from Nagpur, India on January 02, 2011:
Yes Trsmd. I'll do that. Thanks for being so thoughtful.
Trsmd from India on December 31, 2010:
Kulsum - I am afraid about this page. it contain less number of words.. better you add something about this soup in addition to the recipe..
hot dorkage from Oregon, USA on December 31, 2010:
My dear nice to hear from you again. I am very well thank you for asking. I have tried some of your recipes and thanks to you I know about black garam and also black cumin.
Dr Kulsum Mehmood (author) from Nagpur, India on December 13, 2010:
dabeaner from Nibiru on December 12, 2010:
I love Indian food, especially the lamb curry dishes (but the mild ones). Unfortunately I do not cook, so I have to pay moderate to lots of $ in restaurants in the U.S. So it is a real treat when I do go to an Indian restaurant here.
Q: What do they call "Indian food" in India?
Dr Kulsum Mehmood (author) from Nagpur, India on December 09, 2010:
ThanX for your suggestion hubber-2009
hubber-2009 from India on December 08, 2010:
for soup do not buy the best lamb/mutton, even goat will do, get stewing meat something with the bone in, this adds flavour.