It is one of healthiest meals we have ever produced yet! In fact, this dish was specially designed by Chef Judy for Canadian Diabetes Association education forum held in Edmonton. It features complete protein from ancient grain; low in glycemic index and oil; high in fibre and vitamins. It is also celiac and vegan friendly. It can be served as meal or side dish; in chilled or heated…very users friendly!
It’s a medium spicy meat dish native to Indonesia. It has a deep nutty flavour with earthly turmeric aromatic component. In 2011 an online poll by 35,000 people held by CNN International chose Rendang as the number one dish of their ‘World’s 50 Most Delicious Foods (Readers’ Pick)’ list. Not bad at all, indeed.
Buttercup squash is one of the most popular winter squashes in Canada. Thus, we are so fortunate to have this beautiful soup all year around…Yippee! The taste and smell is one thing, but don’t forget the bright golden yellow colour, which is quite pleasing on the eyes, and the heart hugging texture is a charming factor for many of its followers. Essentially, you can enjoy this soup with as many as four senses!
The thick creamy like texture of this soup is of soul-capturing quality for many soup aficionados! Roasted Garlic (whether you like it or not) adds an extra layer flavour to the corn purée. As a result, this soup works very well as a hearty meal, particular on a cool fall or winter morning!
This soup is a work art of in balancing flavours. How much of a spicy component is enough to yield a cup of perfectly balanced spicy soup? It takes a lot of practice to achieve! The answer is enough “warm heat” to build (not attack) on your palate, that will also highlight the natural sweetness of the grassy peas… a yin & yang soup!
Imagine this: the familiar flavours of tomato and mushroom married with a unique blend of spices. The end result? A perfect “love triangle” between the three flavours. This is a must try and can be served hot or cold.
One of the most sought after soups created by Chef Judy, the sweet potato lavender is appreciated by even the most advanced of foodies. Lavender flowers have been known to be used by humans in many different ways but not typically in food. When incorporated, it instantly transforms the traditional sweet potato soup into something indescribable, except by your palate.
The words to be described this dish would be: wholesome, uplifted, healthy, flavourful, heart-warming, comforting, etc.
In other words, you can have it any day, any time! Experience the journey to the new home cooking. Enjoy!
PS the dish is proudly prepared with Four Whistle Farm all natural ground turkey
The thick, juicy, tropical lime leaf from the South Pacific adds a refreshing eucalyptus minty flavour to (what you would otherwise think is) a basic tomato soup. This soup has a deep soul-soothing character that will make you want more! Try it cold or hot.