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6 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

I thought of this combination when thinking of Christmas Eve seafood recipes. It is so simple & was a big hit. The mustard makes kind of a crunchy coating that everyone loved. This is intended as an appetizer but can be very easily scaled up or down.

Recipe #202750

1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

Quebec snow crab is combined with broccoli, oven-poached and served on a sauce, nouveau cuisine fashion. This appetizer is the creation of Chef Denis Pelletier of Moulin de St. Laurent, a contemporary French restaurant located in an old stone mill in the village of St. Laurent on Ile d'Orleans. Ramekins can be filled ahead and oven poached at the last minute, or you can reheat the cooked flan in a microwave oven for about 2 minutes at Medium (50 percent).

Recipe #134686

1 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

To quote Mme. Benoit,"In Quebec these were baked in deep brown earthenware pudding dishes and served on a hot wooden board or tray surrounded by autumn leaves or boughs cut from the Christmas tree. It was a traditional in our family to serve these dumplings after we had finished decorating the Christmas tree." Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

Recipe #173286

2 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

This is a very old Canadian recipe that was handed down from one generation to the next. It is still as good today as it was then.

Recipe #173558

6 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

AKA meatballs in white sauce. This is an old recipe, a variation of which was made in most Canadian homes. Every housewife had her own particular way of preparing this recipe. It was a dish that pleased the family and one that is recalled with fondness. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

Recipe #173564

3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

A Quebecquois dessert recipe. NOT for diabetics!

Recipe #173565

7 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

The English influence on Quebec cuisine can be seen in the name of this recipe. "Pouding" comes from the English word pudding, but Quebec poudings are baked rather than steamed and so they resemble cakes more than English puddings. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

Recipe #173568


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