Sweet Corn and Celery Raw Soup by GreenChef Omid

greenchefs sweetcorn celerysoup 01 Sweet Corn and Celery Raw Soup by GreenChef Omid

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Thick and creamy soup prepared with fresh regional ears of young sweet corn, celery, carrots and young coconut water topped with diced cherry tomatoes and Italian parsley with a sprinkle of fresh crushed black pepper. Its natural sweet taste and creamy-chewy structure is much like the among a country corn soup. Gabrielle was completing work a minor very early today, therefore I thought I need to get something unique prepared for her. For motivation I visited a the regional farmers’ market to see what was taking place. And there they were, smiling at me! A minor very early in the season a farmer was beaming with his young sweet corn. Perfect!

When I amazed her with this beautiful creamy and refreshing soup, decorated with a corn flower (the purple flower) she stated these words: “Purple and yellow, my preferred colors. Corn is such a treat however where did you discover these deals with so early in the season?” ‘It’s a secret’, I replied.

Serves about 2 people

For the Soup:

2 cups fresh sweet corn kernels

2.5 cups tender coconut water, not the meat

½ Teaspoon olive oil

2 Teaspoon fresh thyme, finely chopped

1 small carrot, diced

2 cloves garlic, finely grated

1 stalk celery, chopped

1/3 yellow onion, chopped

Pink Himalayan sea salt to taste

greenchefs sweetcorn celerysoup 02 Sweet Corn and Celery Raw Soup by GreenChef Omid

Photographer: Omid

For the Soup

    Step 1 Blend all the components except the corn till semi smooth.
    Step 2 Include the corn to the blender or food processor and pulse for 5 seconds. Cover and set aside at room temperature level to mature for 10– 20 minutes.

For the Garnish:

6 cherry tomatoes, quartered

2 Tablespoon Italian parsley, chopped

Fresh black pepper

1/3 cup sweet corn kernelse

Mounting your Work

    Step 1Pour the sweet corn soup into 2 soup bowls.
    Step 2 Add the corn kernels ahead and provide a gentle stir, seeing to it that there are still some on top.
    Step 3 Garnish with cherry tomatoes and Italian Parsley, nonetheless you like.

Note:
* Roughly 4 corn cobs give 2 cups of kernels. Eliminate the husk and silk from the cobs. Put it on a work bench vertically. Hold it firmly on the top, and with a sharp knife, different the kernels from leading to bottom.
* You can likewise include a dash of lime.

Case Study
Thick, creamy and delicious soup prepared with fresh sweet corn, celery, carrots and tender coconut water. With a normally sweet taste and creamy-chewy structure, it’s definitely delicious and filling. The fresher the corn, the better the taste and flavor.

Fresh sweet corn kernels are sweet, juicy and great source of B- group vitamins and vitamin C.
Tender coconut water is a natural, refreshing drink from tender coconuts. It’s mildly sweet and loaded with useful electrolytes and vitamins, better than any commercial electrolyte drinks. Oh, it’s likewise completely sterile if it’s straight from the newly opened coconuts.
Carrots are crisp, crunchy and sweet. They’re also a rich source of vitamin A.
Fresh celery is crisp, crispy, and gently sweet.
Onion, garlic, thyme, parsley are excellent sources of important oils, phytonutrients, flavonoids, and when eaten routinely have helpful wellness results.
Fresh tomatoes are juicy, sweetish-sour and great source of vitamin C and a phytochemical called lycopene, which likewise has antioxidant homes. Regular consumption of raw tomatoes results in clear, healthy radiant skin.

Health Benefits

    1. This is low in calories and fats, but provides good amount of carbohydrates and proteins.
    2. Exceptional source of vitamin A, a natural anti-oxidant that decreases acne, and advertises healthy, smooth and radiant skin.
    3. Great source of vitamin C, a natural water soluble antioxidant. It enhances the body’s immune system, enhances the elasticity of skin and blood vessels, and avoids bruising of the skin.
    4. Excellent source of vitamin K. It promotes the mineralization of bones and thus strengthens bones.
    5. Excellent source of B-group vitamins, specifically thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and folic acid. These vitamins are needed in our body to keep numerous regular metabolic tasks, synthesis of hemoglobin in the blood, etc.
    6. Folic acid also prevents the build-up of an intermediary metabolite called homocysteine in the blood. Raised levels of homocysteine in the blood are connected with heart attack, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. Hence, this soup also promotes heart health.
    7. Great source of magnesium. It helps in easing fatigue, relaxing the muscles, nerves and capillary, therefore alleviating the signs of asthma, migraine headache headaches, stress and tenderness in muscles and so on
    8. Great source of manganese. It functions as cofactor in different metabolic responses and boosts the activity of enzymes associateded with detoxification process.
    9. Excellent source of nutritional fiber. Aside from advertising healthy bowel function, it can also lower the absorption of cholesterol, and regulate the blood glucose and cholesterol levels.

Nutritional Information
Each serving of this scrumptious soup provides the following nutrients:

Calories: 13 % (260 Cal), Total Fats: 7 %, Filled Fats: 5 %, Carbohydrates: 16 %, Proteins: 17 %, Fiber: 39 %, Magnesium: 38 %, Potassium: 43 %, Manganese: 42 %, Vitamin A: 106 %, Vitamin C: 47 %, Vitamin K: 22 %, Vitamin B1: 23 %, Vitamin B2: 14 %, Vitamin B3: 16 %, Folic acid: 30 %.