[Recipe] Thai inspired coconut vegetable soup

This velvety, spicy soup is a balanced meal that’s hearty enough to serve for dinner. You can follow it as written or use up the vegetables you have on hand! Swap in broccoli, cauliflower or bok choy without a problem. The protein rich food I used to balance out the meal is shelled edamame and pot stickers but you could use cubed tofu, frozen dumplings, fish or chicken. It is quick to make and is jam packed with flavor the whole family will love. Thai inspired coconut vegetable soup Time: 25min Ingredients: 1 tbsp oil, 3 stalks of celery, 1 […]

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[Recipe] Corn & Bacon Chowder

Yum Although I love shopping at our local market, I don’t always have the time. Stocking up on the basics at my local wholesale store can make home cooking a reality more often at my house. However, it is not always obvious about what to do with large quantities of pantry essentials- that is where Wholesale Wholesome comes in. The recipes developed under this title use easy to find foods at your local wholesale store that can be whipped up quickly and provide a nutritious meal for the whole family. Corn & Bacon ChowderMakes 6 large servings. 1/2 large or […]

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[Recipe] Easy peasy Dahl Soup

Yum Legumes (or beans as they are usually called) aren’t the most popular ingredient in most canadian homes. Despite being high in protein and fibre and low in fat- they often need a little help in the flavor department to be a great substitute for meat. This recipe is a great introduction to lentils since it is tasty and super easy. Also- as a bonus- lentils are easier to digest than larger beans (like chickpeas) so you can expect fewer “side effects” from enjoying this recipe even if you aren’t a bean aficionado. This recipe is part of my Wholesale […]

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