Aatu Nenjelumbu Soup Diet

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March 03, 2008

Aatukaal Soup/Paaya Soup/ Mutton Soup

But I do know that the fenugreek is known for its extensive value for nursing mothers and is excellent for post-delivery recovery and for any kind of arthritic pain. It's also good for recovering patients and convalescents.

Mutton - 1-2 pounds

Onion-1 medium sized one

Red Shallots- A handful(10-12)

Fennel Seeds- 1 tablespoon

Black Pepper (Whole)-1 teaspoon

Fenu greek Seeds-one and half tablespoon

Cilantro to garnish

Clean and wash the bones. Select some pieces with a bit of meat on it too.

Chop the onions and powder the fennel seeds.

Take a pressure cooker and cook the pieces with the onions, and all other spices as specified above. You would have to cook for about 20 -30 minutes on very low heat after the whistle.

Remove the lid after the cooker has sufficiently cooled down and remove the pieces with meat on it. Reserve the meat and a couple of spoonfuls of the fenugreek-onion from the stock. Remove all the bones and then mash the remaining stock and the onions with a blender or back of a spoon. Strain the liquid through a medium sieve.

Adjust the salt of the strained soup and add the reserved onions and the meat pieces. Garnish with fresh cilantro and pepper. Serve hot.

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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Chettinad Mutton Soup / Aatukaal Paaya

Call it by any name - Chettinad mutton soup, Chettinad mutton bone soup, Aatukaal soup, Aatukaal paaya, Trotter soup, Nenjelumbu soup based on the type of bones used - This is my most favorite soup in the whole world! :) There's absolutely nothing else like this one. To top it off, this mineral rich bone soup is very good for health.

Coriander leaves - handful, cleaned and chopped

Apple cider vinegar - 1-3 tbsp (optional) The original recipe doesn't call for this, but I add this to draw out all the minerals and nutrients from the bones.You can add lemon juice too.

Pearl onions - 5-10 (substitute with 1 red onion)

Cumin seeds - 1 tsp

Pepper - 2 tsp (add more if you can take the heat!)

Garlic - 4-5 pods

(In case you are wondering, No! this recipe does NOT have coriander powder in it!!)

Put the broiled bones, ground paste, turmeric powder, salt, apple cider vinegar, cilantro and about 5-6 cups of water (I don't measure) in the pressure cooker. Pressure cook for 10 whistles in medium heat. Let the pressure cool down [No, Don't be sneaky and lift the weight off like my DH used to do. The wait is so worth it!]. Adjust salt and pepper and serve hot.

This is super easy. Put the broiled bones, ground paste, turmeric powder, salt, apple cider vinegar, cilantro and about 5-6 cups of water (I don't measure) in the crockpot. Cook on slow for 8 hrs. Then put it on high for another 2-4 hrs. Adjust salt and pepper. Serve hot.

Posted by Kay at Tuesday, June 09, 2009  

Drink bone broth to rejuvinate the sick, heal injuries

Bone broth is also a rich source of chondroitin sulfate, which has an anti-inflammatory effect and has been found to help alleviate joint pain. It may also help to improve blood circulation and it contains anticoagulant properties.

Bone soup goes back to ancient cultures around the world. It has been used as a remedy for the sick, weak and convalescent. One of its most classic uses is treatment for colds and flu.

Bone soup, also called bone broth, ‘paye ka soup’ or ‘kharode ka shorba’, or soup stock, is made by boiling animal bones in water with a little bit of vinegar. The valuable nutrients are literally leached out of the bone marrow. After two to 48 hours of simmering, the liquid retained and the bones discarded.

Cartilage found in animal joint areas such as chicken feet, beef or lamb knuckles, trachea and ribs, hooves and skin, tend to yield the most nutritious broth. It contains cartilage (gelatine), bone marrow, amino acids and minerals. The end ingredient is a broth that contains all the valuable nutrients that are found in animal bones.

Bone broth promotes strength and nourishes, specially in times of sickness, injury, rehabilitation, and helps to prevent bone and connective tissue disorders. It can be digested easily and due to its unsurpassed flavour and body it serves as the base for many recipes including soup, sauces and gravy.

Bone broth contains a high quantity of calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, sulfur, fluoride, sodium and potassium. These minerals can promote not only bone health but also support intestinal healing, help in calcium- or- magnesium-deficiency-related insomnia, irritability, fatigue and anxiety.

Bone broth from cartilage is source of collagen and hyaluronic acid. Collagen is a protein found in the body that provides strength and flexibility to skin, hair and nails. Collagen is also an essential component of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, bones. When combined with hyaluronic acid, as it is in bone broth, it helps to improve the appearance of the skin, promote wound and injury healing, protect connective tissue, and strengthen bone cartilage.

In addition, collagen helps in healing the gut and helps promote immunity. It is useful to treat inflammatory conditions like osteoarthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, leaky gut syndrome, dysbiosis and candidiasis.

Bone broth is also a rich source of chondroitin sulfate, which has an anti-inflammatory effect and has been found to help alleviate joint pain. It may also help to improve blood circulation and it contains anticoagulant properties.

Glycine and proline are particularly important amino acids (elements of protein) present in bone broth. Glycine manufactures glucose, supports digestion by enhancing stomach acid secretion. Glycine is also a neurotransmitter that improves sleep and memory.

Interestingly, broths are useful in fasting and cleansing programmes. During fasting, because little or no food or energy source is consumed, protein tissues such as muscle often break down. Broth glycine limits or prevents degeneration and aids the detoxification process.

Ishi Khosla is a former senior nutritionist at Escorts. She heads the Centre of Dietary Counselling and also runs a health food store. She feels that for complete well-being, one should integrate physical, mental and spiritual health. According to her: “To be healthy should be the ultimate goal for all.”

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