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    Excellent spice to use to use on any meat. I love using it on chicken wings. Deep fry the wings, then toss them with butter and toss with cajun spice mixture, oooooh so yummy, not the healthiest but, you won't eat these everyday right?? lol

    Recipe #415828

    Try this vinegar in Thai and Chinese stir fry dishes or noodle dishes that call for plain rice vinegar or as a marinade for cucumbers.

    Recipe #415827

    Good with Pork or Chicken.

    Recipe #415826

    Basic Asian Spice Combination

    Recipe #415825

    This is a family favourite. I've been making this for years, but had never taken the time to write it down. I finaly decided to take the time to type it up on my laptop as I was putting it together. I'm glad I did, now whenever someone asks for my recipe, I'll send them here, lol. I use the UNICO brand name sauce in this recipe, I have tried others but the sauce does not turn out as good. The amount of ml is per can, so 4- 680 ml cans sauce = 680 ml x 4, NOT 680 ml total for recipe. My appalogies to gertc96 for the confusion about the pepper. I typed in that ingredient twice without reallizing it. It is fixed now for others who will make this recipe. ;)

    Recipe #415824

    I first tried these at work. A coworker of mine brought a ziplock bag full and I think I ate half to myself, lol. Sooooooooo of course I had to ask him for the recipe which he got from his dear Mom. They are so addictive, I have to freeze some when I make them or I will eat them all. They are just as tasty with or without nuts and raisins.

    Recipe #415821

    This is a french canadian desert, sweet, but, very yummy :) It is very nice served with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #415819

    This is my favourite holiday turkey stuffing. It's been in our family for a few generations

    Recipe #415818

    Got this recipe from a body cleansing diet book. It is quite tasty.

    Recipe #415404

    Same as with my Recipe #415018, I have been playing around with spice combinations to best match the "Swiss Chalet" Dipping Sauce Flavours. I think I am finaly close enough to stop experimenting. I serve this of course with my Recipe #415018 to dip the chicken in or dunk your side bread roll in. The list of ingredients might seem a bit intimidating, but, it is just spices and herbs........ Hope you enjoy these as much as I do.

    Recipe #415025

    I have been playing with this spice combination for a while now and I think I have it as close as I'm going to get it to the famous Canadian ''Swiss Chalet'' rotisserie chicken. I hope you all enjoy it :) I serve this with my Recipe #415025 Where I have listed instant tomato soup mix, I use the lipton tomato cup-a-oup mix, I sift it to take the croutons out. I tried entering this in the ingredients and it would not accept it that way. This recipe is enough to marinade two 2.5 lbs chickens or one 5 lb chicken.

    Recipe #415018

    This is a great Jamaican Rub recipe that is nice with poultry and pork. You can adjust the spicyness by increasing or decreasing the amount or type of crushed peppers. For a "not so hot" rub, use crushed red peppers. For a "really hot" rub, use dried scotch bonnet peppers.

    Recipe #354208

    This is an excellent fish coating for deep fried fish. We have annual fish fries at our summer camp with all the pickerel (walleye) we catch and this is always a big hit. We use this same coating to coat french fries, yummy!

    Recipe #352521

    This is everyone's favourite muffin in this house. I make them once a week, they dissapear very fast. Very Moist. I sometimes add 1/4 cup of chocolate chips to the recipe and 1/4 cup walnuts. But, they are just as good without those 2 items.

    Recipe #349598

    This is traditional french Canadian fudge recipe. I make it every Xmas and Easter. If I made it regularly, I would be the size of a house.

    Recipe #349530

    I have been making this bread recipe for a long time now. It is a simple bread recipe.

    Recipe #185797

    This loaf is amazing. Every time I make this, it disappears before the end of the day.

    Recipe #185641

    This Dip is great with veggies or chips or can be used as a salad dressing. It's my mother's secret recipe, shhhh, don't tell her I put it here. :) Very easy to put together.

    Recipe #185639

    If you love a garlic, you will love this Ceasar Dressing.

    Recipe #185637

    These are very tasty and easy to make

    Recipe #185573

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