Sunday, April 8, 2012

Kashi and vegetable meat soup


Kashi has been a pioneer in making tasty innovative health food dedicated to nutrition. Their products are wholesome, natural and include seven whole grains. All Kashi products have natural source of protein, fiber, whole grain and nutrients. The products are low in saturated fat and has no trans fat, artificial flavours, hydrogenated oils or cholesterol.

My first experience with Kashi was their cereal a few years ago, which became a favourite.
Kashi toasted cinnamon crisp cereal is a new addition to the Kashi line of products since January 2012.


The Kashi pita crisps is a light, crunchy cracker made with natural ingredients, 7 whole grains and sesame blend. The flavourful crisps come in 2 varieties original 7 grain sea salt and zesty salsa.
The pita crisps can be eaten on it own or served with hummus, dips, soup etc...
I served it as a side with this vegetable meat soup and we finished the whole packet of pita crisps :)


1 tbsp oil
1 tbsp coriander seeds
3/4 tbsp cumin seeds
1/2 tbsp fennel seeds
1/4 tbsp pepper seeds
1/2 tbsp salt
1/2 cup of meat with bones or more
1/4 cup of each carrot, cabbage, beans, celery, onion, tomato
3 to 4 cups broth or water

Grind the coriander, cumin and fennel coarsely or fine depending on your preference. If you want to taste the whole spices then grind coarsely and if you don't like to taste the whole spices grind it fine.
Heat the oil, add the ground spices and sauté then add the meat. When the meat changes colour add onion, tomato and the vegetables one at a time and mix. Add the broth or water with the salt and cook covered in medium heat until the meat is cooked. This can be done faster in the pressure cooker.
Serve it hot.

Kashi snack crackers can be served on it own, with dips or hummus. There are two varieties fire roasted vegetable and toasted asiago.
Next time you are at the grocery store make sure to check out Kashi to have as a snack or serve it at the next gathering or meal.

On a side note, a spring themed table decoration.
Pierce the narrow end of the egg with a sharp skewer or fork and remove the inside (which can be used for cooking)
Fill the eggshell with soil and place natural or artificial flowers. Place it in an egg holder or this paper egg holder.


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22 comments:

  1. Sounds like they make great products, pity I cannot but them here. Diane

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  2. Awesome review.....Delicious Soup...

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  3. very flavourful recipe. love the egg holder and the decoration.

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  4. Your soup looks excellent, Akheela!!! And the egg vase is such a cute idea...love it :)

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  5. I love Kashi products as well... the soup looks fabulous. :)

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  6. Egg holder looks pretty n soup is delicious as well:-)
    Erivum Puliyum

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  7. The soup looks so warm and filling, I love your egg craft! Beautiful

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  8. Such a fabulous product! The egg shell decor is so cute!

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  9. Soup sounds yummy Akheela, Loved that egg flower Vase n the holder :-) love Kashi products

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  10. Love to know about the product and your meat soup is just fabulous!

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  11. Looks really delicious and nice pairing with the crisp. More spice inside,the more drool. Creative work you have done with the egg shell.

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  12. the soup looks delicious, cute egg holder too

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  13. Soup looks absolutely filling, egg vase looks super cute..

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  14. I got to try those pita crisps for sure! Cant say no to your lovely soup either! Hugs Akheela!

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  15. soup looks delicious and pita with it must be fabulous..

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  16. Your soup sounds good--simple but filling. I'm sure the pita crisps made a perfect side.

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  17. I love kashi cereals but never tried their crackers! They look perfect paired with soup.

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  18. I love Kashi granola bars. Sometimes they're the only things that save me from feeling like I'm going to kneel over from hunger. The vegetable meat soup sounds delicious, especially with the pita crisps.

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  19. Never tried those Kashi pita chips, but they look like a great accompaniment to that beautiful soup =)

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  20. Sounds good, nice spice mixture too.

    You are welcome to join in my monthly food blogger event THE SOUP KITCHEN, here all bloggers are welcome, hope to see you participate soon. Different theme each month.

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  21. Your egg is so cute...and I love Kashi products...a a good bowl of soup.

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