Category Archive: Soups

Sep 03

Classic Maritime Seafood Chowder

For most of us, the transition from summer to fall can be tough. Long, sunny days and trips to the beach or pool are quickly replaced by cold, dark nights spent trying to warm up. As temperatures drop, we reach for comforting heartier dishes and recipes featuring in-season produce. To make the transition a little …

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May 07

Grilled Chicken Soup

Warming up the grill this spring April showers bring May flowers, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors and avoid using your barbecue. Get outside and grill with some delicious recipes to bring a little cold weather comfort food to your dinner table. Grilled Chicken Soup Cook time: 1 hour Serves 4-6 Ingredients …

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Jan 14

Creole-Style Bean Soup

A taste of the south with beans from the north Ontario bean growers grow some of the best white pea beans (or navy beans) in the world. Added to this Creole-inspired recipe, they bump up the protein and fibre content to make for a delicious filling soup. Creole-Style Bean Soup Prep time: 10 minutes Cook …

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Jan 01

Vegetarian Mushroom Miso Soup

The secret to perfect homemade soup The key to delicious DIY soup is as simple as getting the base right, according to chef Antonio Park, a judge on Chopped Canada and owner of two successful restaurants. Starting with a flavourful broth made with natural ingredients is essential to creating a sensational pot of soup. “Quality …

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Dec 31

Cream Of Bacon Corn Salsa Soup

Mixing cultures through food is a delicious trend that lets both professional chefs and home cooks get creative in the kitchen. As a judge on Chopped Canada and the owner of two successful restaurants, acclaimed chef Antonio Park is an expert in fusion cuisine. Raised by Korean parents, Park grew up in Argentina before moving …

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Dec 31

Creamy Tomato Hot And Sour Soup

Creative twists for soup season There are few things more comforting on a chilly evening than a bowl of perfectly simmered and seasoned soup. Easy or complicated, creamy or spicy, you simply can’t go wrong with soup during the winter. “Once the days grow shorter and the temperature drops, there is nothing I crave more …

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Oct 23

Carrot Thai Soup

Warm up with Thai-inspired spicy soup In the fall and early winter, nothing warms the tummy or the spirit quite like a flavourful bowl of soup. And while chicken noodle soup is a common go-to, after a few bowls many of us want to try something a little different. Spice up your family’s food life …

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Sep 30

Warm Up Your Fall With These Apple Cider Recipes

Autumn is often a time of cold, grey weather. Fortunately it is also apple harvest time, and the season for keeping warm with comforting food and drinks. Enjoy reassuring recipes for body and soul featuring Green Mountain Hot Apple Cider Mix in K-Cup pods for the Keurig system, which combine fall pleasures to perfection. Onion …

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Feb 13

Fish Congee

Everything you need to know about Congee Congee is a slow cooked rice porridge eaten in many Asian countries. It can be flavoured with seafood, pork, chicken, vegetables or whatever is on hand. You can serve soy sauce, sesame oil, green onions and peanuts in individual bowls, allowing everyone to add their own toppings. “The …

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Jan 10

Asian Beef and Mushroom Soup with Rice

Heating up on a cold night with hot, delicious recipes Sharing a meal with family, often called a reunion dinner, is a fundamental part of the Chinese New Year celebration. Dishes are rich with flavor and ingredients, many of which represent luck and prosperity. Try this savoury soup from Uncle Ben’s to not only heat …

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