Lately, I’ve been finding myself more and more drawn to the idea of having soups for dinner. Paired with a few slices of bread toasted with garlic and thyme butter, it is filling, delicious and yet not heavy; heavy in a way Indian food really can be. Plus, the clean-up is a breeze. I just buy the bread from a local grocery every other day. One loaf of sourdough bread lasts for a good 3 dinners or so for two people.
My mother always told me that one must “breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper”.
And did I mention about the clean-up? One pan, one blender jar, chopping board and knife, two bowls, two spoons. That’s it!
This soup while perfectly enough as dinner for two, can also be a nice appetizer as well, and will serve 3-4 people. Not to mention that this is now officially the only way I can eat broccoli and love it. What else would you do when you have half a zucchini and half a head of broccoli left over? Not another stir fry! A soup is just what you need to do.