This recipe forms a concentrate for the soup which can be stored in the refrigerator.
This hearty soup has all the flavour of a stuffed baked potato – but no fork is required. It's ideal for cool nights, hot lunches or outdoor winter events. The flavour of any soup relies
on the stock you use, so homemade is best. However, if you don't have any on hand, a no-salt-added broth will work, too.
Serve with: Egg and Radish Salad — Finish with: Strawberry Rhubarb Compote
Dried mushrooms add even more flavour to the fresh mushrooms in this creamy, delicious soup. Save the shiitake stems for the stockpot.
This meal in a bowl can satisfy any finicky soup lover by offering separate garnishes, such as bean sprouts, watercress, tomato wedges or pea shoots.
Arrange bean sprouts, basil, chilies and limes on a platter with small bowls of hot sauce and fish sauce to serve with this aromatic soup. Then diners can garnish and season their bowlfuls according to taste.
This lovely clear soup makes an elegant appetizer for Easter dinner. Be sure to reserve 2 tbsp (25 mL) of the chicken fat when making the stock. Enjoy the leftover crepes with cream cheese and smoked salmon.
Juicy chicken and tender squash are made special with a fragrant, homemade curry sauce.
Making homemade chicken soup chock-full of vegetables is easy with this hearty slow cooker recipe. For a great boost of colour, stir in fresh parsley at the end.
It is always good to have quick nutritious recipes on hand for last-minute lunch ideas. This takes only about 10 minutes to prepare and is a delicious way to enjoy tomatoes, which have excellent amounts of vitamin C, beta carotene, potassium, folate and vitamin E.