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Canadian cooking rocks! And it's all here ... recipes from Canadian magazines and newspapers, recipes from Canadian cookbooks, recipes from Canadian restaurants, recipes from Canadian food companies, recipes from FoodNetwork-Canada personalities, recipes for classic Canadian dishes too. I'm proud to be a Canadian and I'm delighted to share these recipes I've posted and also found here on Zaar! I also hope you check out the Canadian Cooking forum here at Recipezaar!
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This is a fabulous stirfry - a little sweet, a little (or a lot!) hot, and loaded with veggies and chicken! Yum! This is my adaptation of a recipe from the Best of Bridge cookbook series - A GREAT set of cookbooks!

Recipe #110977

6 Reviews |  By Derf

Always looking for ways to use our frozen berries, this one turned out great. from Canadian living mag.

Recipe #72770

This is a great spring/summer soup and can be served warm as well as chilled. The flavour is superior when you use freshly shelled peas!!! This soup is equally as tasty when you replace the gelato with just a dab of sour cream and a sprig of mint. From the LCBO Food and Drink magazine - Spring 2003. (Cook time includes chill time)

Recipe #88393

I got this recipe from the Crazyplates cookbook. You can substitute skinless, chicken breast if you like.

Recipe #55625

32 Reviews |  By Bergy

I have made these garlic pickles for the last 8 years and friends love them. The original recipe was in "Company's Coming" but I have made a few changes to suit my taste. It is a good recipe.

Recipe #13126

From the Province of Quebec in Canada, this is possibly THE best maple dumplings I've ever had. I grew up making maple syrup with my Dad, we had 58 maple trees on our property, so I've had lots of maple syrup dishes in my life! Follow the recipe carefully and ENJOY!

Recipe #126597

1 Reviews |  By Lennie

Kraft has introduced, here in Canada, a chocolate peanut butter. I knew I had to try it in an ice cream, and came up with this yummy dessert. But it's not just me who likes it; so far, everyone who has tried it has been impressed.

Recipe #128768

In Canada we have a chocolate bar called "Crispy Crunch", and this is what I call this oatmeal in my house. It has protein, soluble fiber, and great taste.

Recipe #129041

A wonderful Canadian dish. Found this while searching for Canadian recipes.

Recipe #129179

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

This is the recipe Marc Thuet, a reknowned Canadian chef, uses in his upscale Toronto restaurant, the Fifth. Serve with ice cream for an ultra-rich and luxurious dessert. Enjoy!

Recipe #128545

3 Reviews |  By blucoat

A quick and simple recipe from The Lighthearted Cookbook that uses the microwave to shorten prep time. I prefer the vanilla extract, but it's up to you and your tastes. :)

Recipe #128600

This is an easy summer recipe from Chatelaine Magazine. For a lighter version, you can use low fat or nonfat sourcream. Also, feel free to add or substitute other fruits and berries.

Recipe #128602

2 Reviews |  By blucoat

This rustic and simple vegetable tart is a Great Cooks Featured Recipe.

Recipe #129034

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

This recipe requires a special Morrocan earthenwear pot, called a tangine. It is a "Great Cooks" recipe. Prep time does not include standing time.

Recipe #129035

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

This is a featured recipe from the chefs at Great Cooks on Eight, one of the largest culinary centres in Canada.

Recipe #129096

A recipe from the chef's at "Great Cooks" in Toronto, Canada. Tips: Whole side of salmon can be prepared and cooked the same way. Salmon can also be served cold making it great for salads or on a brunch buffet. Make sure to purchase salmon with bones already removed

Recipe #129097

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

This is a healthier pizza recipe from Foodland Ontario. YThe balsamic onions add a sweetness that contrasts with the tangy goat cheese. You can also use low-fat cheese and experiment with other vegetables like spinach or broccoli.

Recipe #129513

This is from the book Beat This and it is the only time I will ever use Miracle Whip. The recipe is from a reader in Winnipeg, so with this post I pay homage to him. Cooking time is actually chilling time.

Recipe #125489

From Canada's Best Of Bridge Series. It is delicious. Prepare the chicken filling and the meat sauce ahead of time and this will be fun to make.

Recipe #125495

From a local Vancouver, BC Restaurant. I am posting to try one day.

Recipe #125576

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