I found this method of making tortilla bowls for Mexican salads in Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. Make as many as you need. If using corn tortillas, use the microwave method as they tend to crack in the oven.
My DH used to make himself poached eggs using this method all the time. This recipe was found in Chatelaine Food Express Quickies.
The cooking time includes the standing time.
Note: After reading Lorrie in Montreal's review, I've added poking the egg to prevent messy explosions to the procedure :)
This recipe comes from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies 2. It takes almost no time to make and is delicious on green salads, pasta and potato salad. Having a choice of lemon juice or 1 of 2 differents vinegars adds versatility. I prefer using sel de mer which is also called sea salt but table salt is just fine to use.
This is absolutely the easiest way to preserve all those tomatoes from your garden. You don't even need to peel them before freezing. Family friends in Northern Ontario used to do this but this method was found in Chatelaine Food Express Quickies. The servings depend on how many tomatoes you're freezing. Preparation time also depends on how many tomatoes you intend on freezing.
Here's a very simple and basic ham sandwich spread from Jean Pare's Company's Coming Soups & Sandwiches. You can make this as written, increase the quantity of chopped onion or add things like chopped celery and mustard to add more flavour. This recipe should be enough to make 4 sandwiches.
This makes a great Christmas gift! Wrap this up in a basket with a bag of croutons, a tube of anchovy paste and the recipe for Quick Caesar Salad.
The recipe comes from The Canadian Living Christmas Book. This recipe makes enough for 3 salads. See recipe#403221 for the salad recipe that goes with this mix.
My family just loves this bean salad.
It provides a protein source for my vegetarian daughter and my omnivore husband likes it as well. I've adapted it from a recipe in Chatelaine Food Express, Quickies 2
This is the salad recipe that goes with Caesar Salad Mix. The recipe comes from The Canadian Living Christmas Book.
The Zaar menu won't let me us Caesar Salad Mix as an ingredient so I've called it 'seasoning'. Click on this link for the Caesar Salad Mix recipe: recipe#403222