Corn Soup

Corn Soup
Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes
Servings: 2-4 Servings
Prep time: 00:05
Cook time: 00:10

When you see farm-fresh corns available everywhere at cheap prices, and you are tempted to buy them, this soup is the best thing to utilize fresh corns. The intense corn flavor is balanced by milk and then aerated in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser to produce a very light, frothy, and creamy soup. The Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Corn Soup is easy and healthy. It does not require any fancy or expensive ingredients. You can use either fresh or frozen corns, depending on your convenience. The soup is so versatile that you can either enjoy it warm or cold. So we can say that it is your best companion on a chilly winter night or on a day when there is scorching heat outside. Sweet, savory, and nutty flavors of corns blended in one soup are so satisfying and soothing. Top it with lime juice, hot sauce, and butter. Serve it with garlic bread and a delicious salad. We have not added ingredients with intense flavors such as butter, onion, shallots, garlic, cream, yogurt, cheese, or herbs in the recipe. It is because we want you to enjoy the original flavor of corns to the fullest. Feel free to make additions to whatever satisfies your palate.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Boil all ingredients in a pan and let them simmer for 3 – 5 minutes.
  2. Puree with the help of a blender and season to taste.
  3. Pour the puree into a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  4. Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake well to infuse the nitrous oxide into the ingredients.
  5. The soup is ready. Dispense and serve warm.

Tips

What variations can you make with the corn soup?
We have kept the soup simple to make the flavor of corn dominant. However, you can add your favorite herbs to make them more compelling. Adding cream, Greek yogurt, or any non-dairy alternative will give more richness to the soup.
You can tailor the soup for your special needs regarding vegan diets. If you prefer a chunky soup, then reserve some corn and add them after dispensing the foam. You can also add some shredded chicken or tofu for additional protein.
Additional Tip:
If you use corn-on-the-cob, thoroughly rub the cob with the blunt side of a knife and add the extracted liquid to the soup for extra creaminess.

Canned vs. Frozen Corn – which one is better?
Frozen corn are the best substitute for fresh corn-on-the-cob. You can keep a bag of frozen corn for several weeks in the freezer. The best thing is that they retain their original fresh taste during the freezing period and can be conveniently used in any recipe. In this way, you can make anything that requires the addition of corns with ease and convenience.
When using frozen corn, it is better to sauté them instead of boiling them. They may lose their flavor in the boiling water. If you are also using the water or stock in which you have boiled the corn. Sprinkle some sugar to bring out the flavors of corn but avoid adding salt in the beginning.
Canned corn is more expensive than fresh and frozen corn. Canned corn are tender, soft, and sweet. They can be added to any recipe without the hassle of cooking and boiling. Therefore they are super-convenient to use no matter how busy you are.

Why is frozen corn a better option for making soup?
Most vegetables are frozen at the peak of their season because they are in the best flavor and texture. Frozen corn is very convenient as they save a lot of time and energy required to clean, chop and preserve the vegetables.
Canned corn is processed in brine for canning, while the frozen corn is blanched and frozen. Though they are delicious, they are not a good option if you avoid processed food.
Frozen corn may be fresher than the corn-on-the-cob you see on the supermarket shelves because they are frozen as soon as they are harvested.

Is corn soup a healthy meal?
This flavorful corn soup is delicious, but it is also packed with all vitamins and minerals required for the human body. We have summarized the amazing health benefits of this soup here;
Corn soup for weight loss:
Corn soup aerated in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser contains very few calories. You can add this soup to your daily meal plan. It will keep you feeling full for longer and provide essential nutrients.
Corn soup for pregnant women:
Sometimes pregnant women feel unusual hunger or cravings, and this delicious soup is ideal for pregnancy. Corn is rich in folate and other vitamins necessary for the fetus’s growth and development.
Corn soup for regulating cholesterol level:
Corn is rich in soluble fiber, which helps in absorbing the bad cholesterol from the blood. The natural oils present in corn contain omega-three fatty acids that reduce the risk of heart diseases.
Corn soup for eyesight:
Corn is rich in beta carotene, and they help the body produce vitamin A. it is essential for maintaining good eyesight in children and adults. Carotenes present in corns act as antioxidants and reduce cellular degeneration.
Corn soup for diabetes:
Researchers have found that vitamins present in corns regulate the metabolism in the body and help produce insulin. Therefore a diet rich in corns helps prevent and treat diabetes.

Need a little something to dip in this tasty corn soup? Try our Nitrous Infused Smoke Corn Tortillas for a tasty treat.