Nutritional Facts of Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup, Calories in Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup

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How many calories does one serving of Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup have?

One serving of Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup gives 61 calories. Out of which carbohydrates comprise 43 calories, proteins account for 12 calories and remaining calories come from fat which is 8 calories. One serving of Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup provides about 3 percent of the total daily calorie requirement of a standard adult diet of 2,000 calories.

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oats roasted capsicum soup is a lip-smacking soup with a burst of flavours and the goodness of nutrients. Learn how to make Indian style red capsicum soup.

oats capsicum soup, flavoured with garlic, tomatoes and spices, is a brilliant start to a meal, and is sure to raise the diners’ expectations of what awaits them in the coming courses. You will be surprised that without the use of butter, cream or any other fat laden ingredients you are enjoying such a tasty and nourishing soup. This roasted bell pepper soup yields only 61 calories with 3.6 g of fibre. 

To make oats roasted capsicum soup, pierce each red capsicum with a fork and roast them over an open flame till they turn black. Cool, wash them and remove the skin, stem and seeds and chop them. Keep aside. Combine the tomatoes, bayleaves and garlic along with 2½ cups of water in a deep non-stick kadhai and cook on a medium flame for 10 minutes, while stirring occasionally or till the tomatoes turn soft. Discard the bayleaves. Remove from the flame and allow it to cool completely. Once cooled, combine the capsicum and tomatoes and blend in a mixer till smooth. Transfer the mixture into a deep non-stick pan, add the chilli flakes, salt and ½ cup of water, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 2 to 3 minutes, while stirring occasionally. Add the roasted oats, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 1 minute, while stirring occasionally. Serve immediately.

Bright red and flavourful, this healthy red capsicum soup is ideal for diabetics. The addition of oats improves its fibre count which helps to lower blood glucose levels. 

Capsicum in Indian style red capsicum soup contains vitamin A and folic acid, an antioxidant that helps to fight the free radicals that otherwise attack healthy cells and lead to complications. 

Pregnant women, women with PCOS and those aiming to lose weight can include this roasted bell pepper soup in their meals. With just 10.7g of carbs, it suits those chalking down a low carb menu too!

Tips for oats roasted capsicum soup. 1. Use of red capsicum is a must. They are sweet and better for soups than the green capsicum. 2. Ensure to roast the oats separately in a small pan before adding to the soup. 3. You can further flavour them with dried herbs like mixed herbs or oregano if you wish to. 

Is Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup healthy?

Yes, Oats and Roasted Capsicum Soup is healthy.

Let's understand the ingredients.

Oats : Oats are a great source of protein for Vegetarians. It is rich in soluble fibre (to make it good for diabetics), which helps lower blood LDL cholesterol, the so-called "Bad" cholesterol. Whole Oats have an antioxidant called Avenanthramide (a polyphenol from oats) which helps lower blood pressure levels. Soluble fibre absorbs water and swells and to become gel like substance which helps in the absorption of nutrients like B Vitamins and minerals like Magnesium and Zinc which are key to a good heart. See here why oats are good for you?

Capsicum (Bell Peppers) : Rich in vitamin Ccapsicum protect and maintain the lining of the heart. Low glycemic index (40) colourful capsicum are immune boosters. Colourful capsicums are not only visually appealing but also good for your eyes too, as they contain antioxidant Lutein, which protects the eye from cataracts and degeneration of the eye. Capsicum is high in Folate or folic acid, which is important for rapid growth and multiplication of red blood cells and white blood cells in the bone marrow. See detailed benefits of capsicum

Tomatoes : Tomatoes are extremely rich source of Lycopene. Tomatoes are a powerful antioxidant, super rich in Vitamin C, good for heart. Tomatoes are a Pregnant women's friend and are rich in Folate or Folic Acid which helps your body to produce and maintain new cells, especially red blood cells. Read about 13 amazing benefits of tomatoes.  

Benefits of Bayleaf (Tejpatta) : The properties of bayleaves make it useful for treating high blood sugar, migraine headaches, bacterial and fungal infections, and gastric ulcers.  Bay leaves and berries have been used for their astringent, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emetic and stomachic properties.  Bayleaf contains eugenol, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Bay leaf is also antifungal and antibacterial. Traditionally, it has been used to treat rheumatism, amenorrhea, and colic pains.

Garlic : Garlic has been proven to lower cholesterol. The active ingredient allicin present in garlic aids in lowering blood pressure. Garlic is also alleged to help regulate blood glucose levels for diabetics. Garlic is great for the heart and circulatory system. Garlic has an antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal function and can help in relieving common cold and other viral infections. To boost your immune system have a garlic clove a day. Garlic is a top anti viral food. The thiosulphate compound, Allicin found in garlic acts as a strong antioxidant and protects our body from damage of free radicals.  Read here for complete benefits of garlic

Value per serving% Daily Values
Energy61 cal3%
Protein2.9 g5%
Carbohydrates10.7 g4%
Fiber3.6 g14%
Fat0.9 g1%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Vitamin A564.1 mcg12%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)0.5 mg50%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.1 mg9%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)0.5 mg4%
Vitamin C114.2 mg285%
Vitamin E0.3 mg2%
Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)34 mcg17%
Calcium48 mg8%
Iron1.2 mg6%
Magnesium30 mg9%
Phosphorus64.5 mg11%
Sodium12.1 mg1%
Potassium265.1 mg6%
Zinc0.4 mg4%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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