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Sweet Corn Soup Recipe

 Sweet corn soup recipe is made with tender sweet corn kernels along with vegetables like beans, carrots, spring onions etc. It is easy to make and can be enjoyed as light meal for dinner in your weight loss journey. Sweet corns are now in season and what better way to enjoy them when in season. When choosing sweet corn make sure you choose juicy and tender ones. When you press a corn kernel with your finger, juicy milk will be released out, if tender.

I have fond memories of relishing sweet corns while living in Coorg many years ago. In the cold monsoons of Coorg, coal roasted corn on the hob was a thing! I never enjoyed the spice masala on the roasted corn cob; I liked it plain with just salt and lemon. 

Moving back to Kerala, it was one thing I missed during the monsoons but since a couple of years, sweet corns are available at the local markets. I always prefer to include seasonal fruits and vegetables in my diet. So, when in season, why deny it!!

To thicken the soup I prefer to use arrowroot powder which I source from a local farmer. However, you can use tapioca flour, potato flour. I. also prefer medium thickness to the soup but if you prefer thicker consistency feel free to increase the amount of arrow root powder


1 ear of tender sweet corn

3 cups water

1 carrot, chopped

10 beans, chopped

1 green chilli, chopped

1/2 tsp black pepper powder

1/2 inch ginger, sliced

1 tsp sea salt

2 tbsp arrowroot powder with 1/4 cup water

1/2 lemon or 1/2 tbsp ACV

3-4 sprigs of spring onion


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