After trying a couple of these muffins, I got the recipe from my friend Judy. It makes a large quantity but the mixture can be kept in the refrigerator for up to a month. That sure makes it easy to have fresh, warm, healthy muffins for brekkie or a snack! Timing doesn't include standing.
Being such a mild fish, halibut needs something to make it interesting! This recipe is much healthier than coating the fish with batter & deep frying. The juices are so good on a side of plain steamed rice. You can substitute with other types of fish or different kinds of tomatoes - just adjust the cooking times. If pearl onions aren't available, use a chopped red onion.
I love this recipe because its delicious, easy & can be made ahead & stored in the freezer for up to 2 weeks - sure simplifies entertaining! Timing doesn't include minimum overnight freezing. Its from the Best of Bridge series of cookbooks - over 3 million copies have been sold!
In case you can't tell from the name, this is a French dish - from Lucy Waverman. Thin layers of golden potatoes, roasted red peppers baked in garlic-infused cream - yummy! If red peppers are too expensive, use bottled ones but rinse & dry them well with paper towels. You can substitute whipping (heavy) cream & whole (or 2%) milk in a 50/50 ratio for table (18%) cream.
When our grandkids sleep over, we usually watch a movie; they like seasoned popcorn but we pefer the plain old buttered stuff! Thanx to Martha Stewart, we now spend a little quality time in the kitchen as each child "cooks up" a mix before "show time"! All of the variations can be doubled or tripled, depending on the size of the container you plan to use. The Italian mixture should be kept in the refrigerator, as it contains fresh cheese.
The signature sandwich from one of my favourite Canadian cities - the recipe from one of my favourite Canadian chefs, Cristine Cushing! If you don't want to go through the long process of cooking & smoking the brisket, just use the Montreal Spice Mix as a rub on a roast. Serve piled high slivers of smoked meat between 2 slices of rye bread with loads of mustard & a dill pickle on the side!
This is posted in response to a request for "skewer" recipes. A real coincidence as this was being prepared on the food network by Nick Makris from Nick's Diner in Regina Sask - it looked SO GOOD I just had to post it. Use pork or lamb - serving with pita bread is optional but tzatziki is a must! Prep time includes a minimum of 2 hours for marinating.
Its Valentine's Day & I'm serving this for the first time! Its from "Party Dish, Romantic Dinner For Two". Unfortunately, my beet slices are smaller than my cookie cutter so I've shaped the hearts "free-hand".
In my post Christmas quest to lose 20 lbs, I came up with this recipe! Besides being quite tasty, its economical - enjoy the tender broccoli florets as a side one day & use the tougher stalks to make this soup.
Although I included this with my recipe for crab cakes, its many other uses get overlooked. The true garlic lover will use this with any kind of fish cakes or loaves, burgers, sandwiches, meatloaf, wings, veggies, etc., etc.
I've been making this dish for years & finally got around to posting! I prefer Tomato Basil Sausages from our local butcher but I've also used Italian (hot or sweet) and Octoberfest sausages. Just don't use those skinny little breakfast links. The "sauce" is delicious with plain steamed rice!
This recipe originates in Nova Scotia which is the "blueberry capital" of Canada and was published in the Canadian Living magazine! Its easy, moist & absolutely delicious with a light orange glaze, served with ice cream or solo. It can also be made with "cultivated" berries.
I got this from Linda, my friend of 40 years! She has given the recipe to many people and once you try it, you'll know why. I've made it with a combo of white and whole wheat flour. I've also used applesauce in place of the oil - it still tastes great!