Here's another version of seven layer salad, but this recipe starts with spinach tortellini and uses no peas. It makes a nice change from the usual combination. You can use regular bacon in place of the canadian bacon for a change of taste.
This tart reminds of a tropical vacation. The lime and coconut flavours play off one another in this creamy, refreshing tart. From Canadian Living magazine. NOTE: Prep time does not include chilling time.
Roasting the vegetables enhances the flavour of this soup. In the summer, I've been known to do this over the barbecue. I believe I clipped this recipe from Canadian Living magazine. NOTE: Prep time is time it takes for the vegetables to roast.
This was my mom's version of potato salad. She never mixed the ingredients together, she layered them. Serve this in a clear glass bowl. Use a casserole dish, if you want just one layer of salad. I'm so glad I found this recipe in my collection - it's been "lost" for 20yrs-- lol! . Feel free to adjust the amount of egg & green onion to your taste. NOTE: Prep time does not include chilling time.
This recipe comes Canadian Living Magazine. I use it to marinate chicken (at lest 4 hours, but I have left it overnight). Apparently, it's a good marinade for salmon (marinate 30 minutes), but I can't vouch for that as I haven't tried it.
This recipe marries the ever popular burger with a bit of curry and the sweet tartness of mango chutney. For a change, serve on/in a pita. Can be barbecued or pan-fried. The recipe comes from Chatelaine magazine.
I'm not sure where I got this recipe from, but I have had it for over 30 years. I usually garnish the top of the salad with crushed tortilla chips. Serving size is approximate (depending on appetites) as a side dish. NOTE: Cooking time is time it takes to cook the tortellini.
Something different to do with fresh, in-season corn. Since this makes 2 cups, I usually make this up when I am invited to a bbq, bringing a jar as a hostess gift. It keeps in the refrigerator for 1 month. Recipe comes from Canadian Living magazine. NOTE: Prep time does not include cooling time before serving.
This recipe comes from a Canadian milk board advertisement. Easy to make and refreshing. I usually decorate the plate with added berries when serving-your choice. NOTE: Prep time does not include cooling time for panna cotta to set.
This recipe starts with a white cake mix and uses meringue powder. The recipe states it makes 20 cupcakes, but I am guesstimating 24. I think I would substitue fresh lemon juice (2-3 tablespoons) for part of the water in the cupcakes for more lemon flavour. From Woman's World magazine. NOTE: Prep time does not include cooling time for the cupcakes.
This recipe is different from the other on 'zaar, so I thought I would post it. It comes from Woman's World magazine. You can substitute the pistachios with another chopped nut or candy "jimmies". NOTE: Cooking time=chill time.