This Month’s SouperChef Specials

Magic happens when Christmas comes. The festive season marks my busiest time workwise but even then, I love the impalpable joy and the Christmas-hearted soul in me is looking forward to the gift of time together with my loved ones! Nothing fancy or fussy, just a holiday meal with my nearest and dearest. This Christmas, we warmly invite you to serve up a welcome with us! We’ve created and curated your holiday favourites and you’ll love how fuss-free hosting a festive gathering can be! May the alchemy of gathering and good food be the grace we all need to end this year on a sweeter note. Together For Christmas—that’s the best place to be.
French Onion Soup (Christmas Edition)

There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than with a soul-warming soup that has stood the test of time. The onion rings are first caramelised, then cooked overnight in vegetable stock and fresh herbs to meld the flavours. Enjoy this rich vegetarian broth intensely infused with melt-in-your-mouth onions!

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Lobster Bits-que

This special time of the year deserves something more! We used the time-honoured method with no short cuts, milking every drop of lobster essence there was from the shells. No fillers, no nasties. This is truly a beautiful, deeply flavoured bisque with lobster bits (hence the coining of the word ‘bits-que’)!

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Chicken Cacciatore with Portobello and Sage

In the magic and mania of Christmas, this is comfort. Inspired by my Tuscany travels, our Chicken Cacciatore is made with marinated chicken braised with country vegetables, amply flavoured with tomatoes, mustard and Parmesan cheese. Portobello mushrooms add a meaty chew while sage gives a mellow woodsy flavour. A tender bowl of traditions!

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Salmon Quinoa Corn Chowder

Christmas is for slowing down, for travel memories and for a delicate chowder like this. Many years ago, we went on a campervan road trip in Perth. My kids would play on the beaches and I’d cook this chowder for them with salmon, sweet potatoes, corn, spinach, quinoa and dill. It’s equal parts nutritious and nostalgic!

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