Shorba is Arabic for soup. Soup, as the word goes, A liquid food of many kinds, usually made by boiling meat and vegetables, or either of them, in water, commonly seasoned or flavored; strong broth.
The origin of soup is connected with the discovery of pottery and the invention of containers that could hold cooking liquid on the fire without breaking. This technique was available in the Mediterranean areas about 5000 B.C. The word soup originates from "sop", a dish originally consisting of a soup or thick stew which was soaked up with pieces of bread. The modern meaning of sop has been limited to just the bread intended to be dipped. suupa (Sanskrit) = suppa (Latin) = soup (English)Ref-wikipedia.
Tomato shorba as compared to tomato soup is very light and spicier .The basic difference is the addition of coconut.
1- kg tomatoes
2tsp- gram flour(besan)
1/2- coconut grated
1tsp -cumin seeds
3to4 -curry leaves
2to 3 -green chillies
salt to taste
1tbsp- chopped corriender
1.Cut tomatoes into big pieces add 2cups of water and cook.When cooked make a thick puree
2. Make out thin coconut milk from grated coconut.
3Add the gram flour to the coconut milk and mix well.
4.Heat the ghee and fry the cumin seeds for a few seconds then add green chillies and fry again for few seconds.
5.Add tomato puree, coconut milkmixture, sugar and salt.
6. Cook for few minutes garnich with corriender and serve hot.
Not much of a soup fan but this does look good for a cold day :)
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i luv soups so do my hubby and my kiddo...i loved ur descrpition and u write soo well and clearly....next time try adding of bread piece too ..either u can deep fry or bake it...it will be delicious...
This soup looks nice..gud details..
This is unique Tomato shorba with coconut and besan....
Looks really tempting...
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Thank you sameera:)
Thankyou suma for your sweet compliments.. next time I will try..
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i love soups .. loved the shorba .. lovely write up top
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