Spicy South Indian Mutton Soup/ Hyderabadi Marag soup as it is popularly known is a delicious & healthy soup served hot on cold winter days.Loaded with spices, tender meat, and creamy milk of coconut , this soup is the answer for comfort you are seeking when the weather turns cold. A perfect home remedy during the cold & flu season to warm up your insides.
The Fall season is upon us, gently she tiptoeing in at the heels of summer. The air is turning crispy, sending the leaves flying in the breeze. The colored leaves showing up everywhere now, each one a magnificent proof that the Creator indeed was an artist to begin with.
Back to school & more!
Along with excitement of starting a new academic year, meeting new friends, the “back to school” time is also the beginning of Flu season here. When my kid came home with the bug, I decided to make this spicy South Indian soup , popularly known as the Hyderabadi Marag Soup.
The South Indian comfort soup
It is called by different names depending on the region of the south you come from.Down south it is called “Attukal soup” in the region I grew up in.This delicious spicy soup packs a punch. It is the best and most popular home remedy. The answer to all situations- be it a pregnant lady running low on energy, or bringing color to the cheeks of a malnourished elderly who cannot chew well on food, to treat a common cold & during Flu season.
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Hyderabadi Marag soup
This version of the South Indian Mutton soup is served as part of the wedding platter.It is the most sought after dish in large gatherings like in weddings in the South Indian city of Hyderabad, and hence aptly named Hyderabadi Marag soup.
Originally thought to have been introduced by the Arabs, this soup travelled to South India to find a home among spicy cuisines. Hyderabadi Marag soup is made of tender mutton ( in South India, mutton refers to goat meat, unlike lamb elsewhere) cooked in a spicy broth.
It is a lip smacking, aromatic, comfort soup for Fall evenings….. when keeping cozy & warm ,digging into your favorite spicy soup takes precedence.
6 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories1234
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 116g 179%
- Saturated Fat 97g 485%
- Sodium 967mg 41%
- Potassium 1294mg 37%
- Total Carbohydrate 54g 18%
- Dietary Fiber 19g 76%
- Sugars 10g
- Protein 14g 29%
- Vitamin A 25%
- Vitamin C 48%
- Calcium 23%
- Iron 94%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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