Moroccan Chicken & Chickpea Wraps
Prep time: 10 Min Total: 15 Min Serves: 2 Ingredients: 1/2 cup It's Souper Moroccan Chickpea 2 soft Tortilla 1/3 cup chopped Lettuce 1/4 cup mixed cheddar and mozzarella Cheese 1/2 cucumber 1/3 cup chopped onions Cilantro to garnish Instructions: Heat a pack of It's Souper Moroccan Chickpea & Chicken Stew in saucepan for 5 minutes on medium heat While the chickpeas are cooling, mash a ripe avocado in a small bowl.Add the juice of ½ of a fresh lime and salt and pepper to taste.Combine until it's spreadable. Heat your tortillas in a pan over medium-heat for 10-15 seconds per side. This will make the...
Hearty Meat Lover's Chilli Bowl
Prep Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Serves: 2 This hearty dish is packed with nutrients and energy to give you the jumpstart that you need to be out more Ingredients: 2 cups cooked brown rice 1 whole ripe avocado, chop as desired 1 cup cherry tomatoes , chopped in halves 2 cups It's Souper Meat Lovers Chilli 2/3 cup shredded cheese Lime - cut in quarters (optional) 3 Tbsp It's Souper Green Pepper Sauce Instructions: Over Stovetop 1. Heat It's Souper Meat Lovers Chilli in a saucepan over stovetop for 5 minutes on medium heat 2....
The History of the Peri-Peri sauce
South African spicy chicken is rising in popularity across North America and beyond. In Canada, a well-known food chain to get your Peri-Peri fix is the food franchise Nando’s; you can taste their sauces within their restaurants or buy your bottles in over 3,000 retail outlets. Despite evolving challenges in recent years, Peri-Peri chicken has persisted in consumer tastes. What is Peri-Peri? Peri-peri, also known as Piri-Piri or Pili-Pili, means “pepper pepper” in Swahili, a language spoken in South East Africa. Peri-Peri’s main ingredient comes from a chili— specifically the African Bird’s Eye chili. Despite the name, chilies are not...
It's Soupers: Three Souper Soups to Cure Your Cold
The change in weather in winter, can only mean one thing - it's Cold/Flu season. Although, there are medications that will support the healing process from the flu or cold, there are also homemade options to try, specifically tasty delicious soups, to fight the disease.