I can’t promise that this tastes like Mos Burger sweet corn soup (because it doesn’t), but I can tell you that this is one pot of nutritious goodness that you want to feed your kids with. No oil, no sugar, no salt, no cream, no flour, no artificial ingredients – just a whole lot of vegetables and natural sweetness. This soup is thickened with potatoes and corn. I used a handheld blender to purée the soup at the end, but you could transfer it to your stand-blender. Buy a handheld blender if you don’t have it.. it will save you so much time!
I often ask the hubs if he feels like eating anything special and I will cook it for him. Last week, he ‘ordered’ Korean kimchi pancakes. Mmmm ok! I love crispy Korean pancakes too and am too cheap to buy it outside. I could have saved more if I made my own kimchi, but this time I simply bought ready made ones from the supermarket. I can make 3 pancakes with a 500g packet which cost about $7. So it’s still much cheaper to make it at home!