- 1 diced onion
- 1 clove minced garlic
- 300 grams (0.661 pounds) boiled fresh corn
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 6 cups hot water
- 1 cup milk
- 4 tablespoons cornflour
- A pinch salt
- A pinch black pepper
One of the best corn harvested areas in Turkey belongs to Blacksea (Karadeniz in Turkish) region of Turkey. People from that region love and farm corn, as well as tea and various nuts. The recipe is very very easy to prepare and obviously it is yummy. Though being yummy, it is suitable for people who are on a diet too. You can find its ingredients in every supermarket. I used some parsley leaves to garnish my soup. You can use anything you want or you can eat it plain. It can be stored for days in fridge and you can eat it after you heat for a while.
A mixing spoon
Pour the olive oil into a pot and add diced onion on it. Then saute until onions turn pink. Finally add sliced garlic and saute again.
Pour 5 cups water and milk, then stir.
Pour 1 cup water onto cornflour and mix. When soup starts boiling, pour the mix on it.
Drain corns’ water and add them into the soup. Boil constantly. When its boiled enough, set to medium heat and continue to stir for 15 minutes.
After you turn off the heater, add sprinkle salt and blackpepper. It’s ready to serve.