There is nothing better than the smell and taste of freshly made dinner rolls! Every week I throw this simple recipe together in minutes. It is so worth the effort, even if you don't get it right the first time ~ try it again, and suprise someone close to you!
Make sure to have these ingredients:
Combine 3/4 cup flour, undissolved yeast, sugar and salt in a large bowl. Heat milk, water and butter until very warm
(120 degrees to 130 degrees F).
Add to flour mixture. Beat 2 minutes at medium speed of electric mixer, scraping bowl occasionally.
Add 1/4 cup flour; beat 2 minutes at high speed. Stir in enough remaining flour to make soft dough.
Knead on lightly floured surface until smooth and elastic, about 8 to 10 minutes. Cover; let rest 10 minutes.
Divide dough into 12 equal pieces; shape into balls. Place in greased 8-inch round pan. Cover; let rise in warm, draft-free place until doubled in size, about 30 minutes.
Bake in preheated 375 degrees F oven for 20 minutes or until done. Remove from pan; brush with additional melted butter, if desired. Serve warm with your #2die4GourmetSoup!
Use an old bread bag to keep any left overs for later...
Increasing your intake of probiotic-rich soups
helps good gut bugs flourish
to make weight loss effortless!
To boost microbial diversity even more,
add one of these toppers to your next bowl of soup!
For a cheesy crunch...
Parmesan crisps enhance the flavours of our soups and provide a dose of slimming bacteria ~ in fact, research from Denmark suggests that the probiotics in Parmesan cheese help kick-start fat burning.
To make: place generous tablespoons of Parmesan on parchement paper - lined baking sheets, then bake at 400F for 3 minutes or to crisp. An excellent addition to most of our #2die4GourmetSoups!
For a pop of tang...
Experts say just 2 Tablespoons of sauerkraut deliver more beneficial bacterial than 50 probiotic capsules!
To ensure you get the benefits, Purchase sauerkraut from the refrigerated section of the store/market and look for the “unpasteurized” or “raw” on the label.
For extra creaminess...
Swirl 2 tablespoons of Greek yogurt into your soup for a fat fighting boost! Research shows that enjoying probiotic-rich yogurt daily can increase levels levels of beneficial microbes by 25% in just 20 days ~ and can help melt up to 12 pounds off a body in just 10 weeks!
source: First for Women 2/5/18
We get a lot of emails asking how we started our SoupTime journey. Here is an update...
After Jennifer and Al sold their busy soup deli in 1997,
they set up in Wabasca, Alberta.
Over 1,300 kms away from Vancouver!
Jennifer's Open Camp and Wilderness Resort was born!
They provided hotel quality amenties complimented
by the delicous food they are known for.
On any given day, at any given minute,
there was always a pot of delicous homemade soup on!
Here are a few pictures of the amazing times
Jennfier and Al spent in Alberta's North - in the Oil Patch!
Spring break-up was
Al's amazing fish derby on the ice!
$10,000 in cash and prizes
given to biggest & smallest fish!
Aside from the resort & indoor swimming pool,
hot tubs and sauna's
2 rainbow trout ponds and a
50 full service RV park!
Hope this answers all the questions...
NEXT: The Orchard.....
Mulligatawny is an English soup with origins from East Indian cuisine. The name originates from the Tamil words miḷagāy or miḷagu, and taṇṇi. While it has seemingly limitless versions, ours focuses on the delicious yet aromatic flavours of mellow yellow curry and coriander!
If you’re in a rush, add this tube of soup to 8 cups boiling water, stir frequently. Keep at medium/high simmer for 30 minutes. To finish add almond or coconut milk, or heavy cream to taste. Salt and pepper to your liking.
If you have time... the kinds of vegetables you use aren’t terribly important ~ in fact you can add any vegetable puree to the soup at the 20 minute mark - canned from your grocery store or fresh from the market!
Puree the soup in a blender, or not. Remove bay leaf if you do! Stir in almond, coconut or heavy cream ~ this takes it too beyond marvelous ~
Add water if too thick; Chicken your choice. Add salt and ground pepper to taste.
Add this bag to 8 cups boiling water, stir frequently and enjoy in 30 minutes!o edit.
Peel 2-3 small beets! Chop your beet root into cubes or grate it into small pieces.
Bring 8C of water to a boil. Add tube and our soup base to taste, and the beets you chopped up or grated. Bring back to a boil and then let simmer. At the 30 minute mark, add 1/2 cup heavy cream.
Stir and let your rest for a few minutes.
Plating is simple. Ladle into bowls.
Add a healthy dollop of sour cream
and a sprinkle of fresh chopped dill on top.
Our tangy-sweet Baba Soup
is great hot or cold, and freezes beautifully.
You’ll love the deep ruby color of our Borshch! It’s so healthy and nutritious; packed with beans (protein), beets (iron), carrots (carotene), potatoes(vit C, potassium, Vit B6), and our secret soup base packed with full body and #2die4 flavors!
Add this bag to 8 cups boiling water,
stir frequently and enjoy in 30 minutes!
Our #2die4GourmetSoup answers the
urgent need for convenience and nutrition
without sacrificing the taste!
Photo Credit: The Rustic Trunk
Cold Lake, Alberta
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Who doesn't want to be comforted by #2die4GourmetSoup when walking in from the cold? Especially this winter!
We would recommend the normal times while cooking soup in a slow cooker. Of course, most slow cookers have two settings a low and a high. Right?
Generally speaking, soups are cooked on high for 3-4 hours (depending on type of slow cooker) and on low 6-8 hours.
Of course, we would not recommend a noodle soup in the slow cooker.
Also, with most of our soups, if choosing to cook in a slow cooker ~ we would add an additional cup of liquid, for example- water, tomatoes, Clamato, v8, beer, wine etc. .
Also, if adding coconut milk or milk adding in the last hour would be a guideline.
We really do recommend utilizing the stove top method for a fast go-to-meal. Many of our soups are cooked and eatten within an hour ~ due to this easy feature of just adding to 8 cups of water and choice of vegetable or protein or great just by itself!
Adding in your favourite vegetable or protein may make it more stew-like too! If you like your soup to be less thick always add more of the above liquids as per appropriate to each soup.
Hope this helps in your meal success.
This Asian inspired ginger and garlic soup will be your new #Go2Soup. When searching for a light and soothing bowl of comfort, enjoy the powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of our ginger #2die4GourmetSoup
Remember: Add Soup Base to Taste!
If you’re in a rush, add this tube of soup to 8 cups boiling water, stir frequently keeping the noodles from sticking on the bottom. ADD salt and pepper to taste.
If you have time, add to 8 cups boiling water, while simmering - stir frequently ADD a couple mini bok choy bunches, cut stems off and add to soup in the last 3 minutes of simmering/cooking or add wedges of white onion or spinach to your liking. Garnish with scallions!
ADD your choice of chicken, sausage or fresh shrimp from your market! Small meatballs are another option too. Add water if too thick. Add salt and ground pepper to taste.
Add this bag to 8 cups boiling water, stir frequently and enjoy in 15 minutes! Our #2die4GourmetSoups answers the urgent need for convenience and nutrition without sacrificing the taste!
We have started 2018 off by loading #theGoldenSpoon into bags of #2die4GourmetSoup!
What are your chances? The only way to find out is to open and enjoy your #2die4GourmetSoups! When you find one, go and redeem on the main page!
We are giving our winners free soup!
Busy working in the wood shop today. Final touches on #thegoldenspoon
Which #souplover #soupbabe will win the jackpot!
Who is excited?
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