The Soupiest Soup

I see, you see, do you see what I– is that Seafood Soup!?

Okay, I might be a tad bit fanatical about seafood, but that’s because it’s just soooo good. However, it’s pricey to eat out and some seafood recipes can be difficult to try on your own.

 

 

Luckily, I found a recipe for a decent seafood brew that takes about fifteen minutes to make, and it’s full of flavour and makes a great addition to any meal!

 

Get Yourself:

1 can of corn soup

1 can of regular cut corn

Half an onion

As much Imitation Crab Meat as you can handle

 

 

 


 

How to do the do:

Pro Tip! Defrosting the imitation crab meat beforehand would be helpful- but a microwave works well too.

 

Dice half of the onion into small pieces, smaller than bite-sized.

Lightly wash and shred the imitation crab into bite sized pieces. Note the minimal amount of tears this time around.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Place your pot onto the stove. Add enough oil to coat the bottom of the pot before adding the onions.

On high/medium heat, fry the onions for about five minutes or until the edges begin to turn slightly brown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add the corn soup and add one cup of water into the mix as well. Stir well and wait for it to boil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add the canned corn and imitation crab. Wait for the soup to boil again before removing from the stove.

And add salt and pepper as you see fit.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

TA-DA!

 

 


 

Tis’ the Season– Oh, wait, it’s only October…

But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the upcoming spooky fall season without some seasonal-themed soups, like this delicious and decorative Roasted Pumpkin Sage Soup! It’ll definitely be a little tricker than a simple seafood soup, but yields great results. Plus, it looks pretty impressive. (Guess what I’ll be trying for Thanksgiving dinner with family this year?)

 

 

So what do you think of soups? Some people aren’t the biggest fans of seafood; are you? If you didn’t like the addition of crab, did you try substituting it with other tasty ingredients? Feel free to let me know in the comments section!

Until next time, keep munchin’, everybody!

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