An alternative veggie accoutrement to your traditional holiday feast -- spread this delicious dip on bread during your Easter meal, or spice up a piece of matzo during the Passover holidays.(from weightwatchers.ca)
This is a traditional ketchup from quebec. It's delicious served with meats, but we especially like it with Tortiere. Sometimes fruit (apple or peaches- grated) were added, and that would be added to the saucepan before boiling.
This recipe is extremely easy and fast to put together. The taste is fabulous (My Mom says it's the best she's ever had!). Great side dish, or add chicken, broccoli, asparagus, anything you want to make it a whole meal. I boil my noodles first, in the same pan that I toss the sauce in, so the mess is minimal too!
So simple, yet different. We just got back from Jamaica, and this was a salad we ate quite often. Most restaurants we went to served this as their "garden salad" and it was always served with thousand island dressing. We loved it so much, we made it as soon as we got back.