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Provide your family with a satisfying serving of soup that has lots of protein and other good nutrients. This Hearty Corn and Black Bean recipe expands the basic Souptacular Traditional Bean Soup to feed a family of five with leftovers for two lunches!
Use Your Pressure Cooker
The Instant Pot and other pressure cookers are convenient ways to cook your soup quickly. We usually use:
8-10 cups water or liquid
Souptacular soups usually take 25-30 minutes in the pressure cooker.
Always refer to your appliance instructions for detailed instructions about settings, times, and safe handling.
It’s not just soup – It’s an experience!
Souptacular provides healthy and delicious soups to our Soup-er Fans across Canada. Our flavours are family-friendly, easy to customize, and economical. With a pantry stocked with Souptacular, you can always add a nutritious soup course to your meal.
When you choose Souptacular, you make it easy to create healthy meals for yourself and your family. Our soups serve 8 cups, and any extra soup can be frozen for a Soup-er easy work lunch or side dish.
Chefs of all skill levels can create warm and satisfying meals by following the simple directions on the package: “Just Add Water!”
Alberta Blue Cross
In 2017, we purchased Souptacular soup mixes for our employees as a corporate appreciation gift. Our key criteria when looking for employee gift items is that they are made in Alberta….
Just Add Water!
Stove Top: Add Souptacular mix and included seasoning to 8-10 cups water or low-sodium broth. Partially cover and gently boil for 2 hours.
Crockpot: Use 8 cups of water or low-sodium broth and cook on medium or high for 6-8 hours. All crockpots vary in temperature. The longer the soup cooks, the better it gets!
If Desired: When soup is almost cooked, add fresh market vegetables and meats such as fried ground Alberta beef or bison, leftover chicken or turkey, ham, bacon or sausage.
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