501 recipes for "broth"
Mussels in Harissa Broth

Mussels in Harissa Broth

Mar 28, 2012

Harissa paste, a Tunisian hot sauce made of chilies, garlic and spices, adds a lovely warm zing to the broth of this simple dish. If you like things really spicy, double the amount of paste. Serve with crusty bread to sop up the delicious broth.

Hoisin-Glazed Chicken with Five-Spice Broth

Hoisin-Glazed Chicken with Five-Spice Broth

Reminiscent of Vietnamese pho, this noodle soup starts with a flavourful broth that takes a fraction of the usual time to prepare. Serve with lime wedges and Asian chili sauce on the side.

Scotch Broth

Scotch Broth

Mar 31, 2008

Traditional versions of this soup simmer everything – bones and all – for hours. But we like our vegetables less mushy, so we prepare the lamb stock first then finish the soup with fresh vegetables and meat from the stock.

Slow Cooker French Leek Soup

Slow Cooker French Leek Soup

We've swapped beef broth for chicken broth and onions for tender leeks but kept all the flavour in this lighter version of classic French onion soup. When you get home, just toast the baguette, broil the cheese and enjoy!

 Vegetable Quinoa Soup

Vegetable Quinoa Soup

Nov 1, 2013

Homemade vegetable broth is the best option for minimizing the sodium content in this delicate, flavourful soup. However, if you prefer to use storebought broth, choose organic, which is lower in sodium.

Stewed Kale and Lentils

Stewed Kale and Lentils

This hearty vegetarian dish has Moroccan flavours and no added salt, making it perfect for those on sodium-reduced diets. Organic vegetable broth typically has less sodium than other vegetable broths, but check the label to be sure.

Corn and Crab Chowder

Corn and Crab Chowder

Dec 5, 2016 Dinner Soup

Sweet corn and tender crab are a culinary match made in heaven, and every bite of this rich chowder is loaded with both. Serve with warm crusty rolls to sop up any leftover broth.

Japanese Beef Hot Pot

Japanese Beef Hot Pot

Nov 23, 2005

This broth fondue makes for an easy entertaining evening. Guests first spear paper-thin slices of beef and a variety of vegetables and mushrooms and simmer them in broth, then, when everyone has almost reached the point of satisfaction, they can add noodles to the broth and enjoy a delicious soup. You can save some preparation time if your butcher or supermarket sells presliced beef especially for this kind of Asian fondue and stocks bottled ponzu sauce.

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