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Seasonal & SIMPLE
Fall may mean back to busy routines—here are three recipes which make use of seasonal bounty and each takes less than fifteen minutes of preparation time.
This recipe is from the Berry Hill Fruit Farm website—a delicious and simple way to use some of the berries you may have managed to squirrel away in your freezer. 1 cup 3/4 cup 2 Tbsp dash 1 cup
Balkan style yogurt whipping cream sugar vanilla thawed berries
Curried Carrot & Potato Soup This is quick to prepare with Ontario potatoes, onions, carrots and garlic. For an upscale touch, serve in espresso cups or tiny shooter glasses. Makes about 20 appetizers
Preparation instructions: Drain yogurt in a fine sieve for about one hour until slightly thickened. Transfer into a large bowl. In a separate bowl whip the cream, adding the sugar and vanilla after stiff peaks form. Fold the whipped cream into the yogurt. Fold in the berries, leaving streaks, and spoon into stemmed glasses. At www.berryhillfruitfarm.com, you will also find Renee’s very helpful recipes for preserving some of summer’s bounty.
4 2 1 1 cup 2 or 3 1 Tbsp 4-6 cups 1/2 tsp 1/4 tsp
medium Ontario potatoes, peeled & coarsely chopped large Ontario carrots, peeled & chopped medium Ontario onion peeled and chopped Ontario sweet potato or butternut squash large cloves Ontario garlic, quartered hot or mild curry powder sodium-reduced chicken broth salt pepper
Garnish: sour cream or chopped fresh Ontario cilantro (optional)
Make our garden your garden! sweet corn pumpkins apples and much more seasonally available
48937 Glencolin Ln, Aylmer Open Mon-Sat 8am-6pm 519-765-1752 www.berryhillfruitfarm.com
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