• Moringa (Drumstick pods) 1
  • Moringa leaves 1 cup
  • Moringa flowers 1/4 cup
  • Onions 1 large
  • Green chillies 1 number
  • Curry leaves small portion
  • Fresh grated coconut 25 grams
  • Tomato 1 number
  • Salt as required
  • Cooking Oil 3 tea spoons
  • OneDrop Ginger 5 drops
  • OneDrop Garlic 2 drops
  • OneDrop Cumin 3+2 drops
  • OneDrop Cinnamon 3+2 drops
  • OneDrop Turmeric 3+2 drops


  • Cut the the moringa pod into four to five pieces and pressure cook it with a pinch of salt and turmeric powder
  • Once, cooked, scrape the pulp from the pod and keep aside
  • Saute the cut onions, tomato, chillies, moringa flowers, moringa leaves in a pan, till the leaves are semicooked
  • Now add all the ingredients including drops in a pressure cooker and heat the contents upto 3 whistles
  • Let the cooker cool and then remove the cooked ingredients and grind them in a mixer to a nice pulp
  • Check for salt and taste and add the balance onedrop cumin, cinnamon, turmeric
  • Serve hot and use the grated coconut to garnish

This is a complete meal by itself. It’s very nutritious and contains plenty of soluble organic iron and many minerals. If you don’t have access to moringa flowers, you can still make this soup without it.