Exotic sweet ‘n’ sour flavours are dynamite with tomatoes. This is the way to use up tomatoes that have reached their juicy prime. Fabulous as a side dish with grilled steak or butterflied leg of lamb or chops. Or try as a burger topper. Best eaten the same day they’re made. From Chatelaine Magazine. Enjoy!
In Morocco, tajines, or stews, are made in shallow earthenware cooking pots called tajines. In this version, you use a Crock-Pot to produce a mellow yet intensely flavoured meat-and-vegetable mixture with a tender texture and enticing aroma. So, let it simmer away while you’re at work or play. See below for fun additions. From Chatelaine Magazine. Enjoy!
If you like hummus, give this one a try. It's still has the flavours of traditional hummus but the twists of Moroccan cuisine and the surprise of tomato! heating the ingredients also adds another tasty dimension to hummus. This will last for up to 1 week in the refrigerator and there's a great tip for how to serve this - see step 3. Another wonderful Chatelaine magazine recipe. Enjoy!
Who says that recipes have to be complicated to be amazing? This one will prove that it doesn't! Try it on chicken or really any other meat. Great for grilled veggies too! You only have to remember to use equal parts of each spice to make this. This is a Chatelaine magazine recipe. Enjoy!
This is a wonderful Latin Kitchen recipe. It looks like there are a lot of ingredients and directions but it's easy, easy, easy!! You can serve this on a platter with slices of fresh tomato and avocado on top. Enjoy!
Super easy and super delicious, this is a slow-braised chicken dish with sweet potatoes, green bell peppers and coconut milk. Flavorful cilantro-scented (or skip the cilantro!) broth turns into a rich sauce. Serve with seasonal vegetables and you have a great meal. This is a recipe by a fellow named Keith Snow. Enjoy!
The beauty of the dish is it uses only 4 ingredients and builds up into a superb, tasty salad. The key with this is to use the best quality ingredients! Ideal for those summer days when you need something juicy & crunchy to spike you up. A Robin Benzle recipe. Enjoy!
This dish is a little different than most Tunisian carrot salads, which are mashed. Lots of flavour and easy to make, this is great with one of the many Tunisian meat dishes. Also, even though it is called a salad, it is cooked and then served at room temperature. Enjoy! :)
Oh my goodness, Emeril has done it again! Try this delicious sauce on ice cream, in milk or whip up a great milkshake with some vanilla ice cream! This syrup is dairy-free so you can use soy milk, etc. when making things with it.
This recipe is using Recipe #503970 and can be made in no time. You can marinate the shrimp all day if you want to get intense spicy flavour. Don't want to grill? Cook them under the broiler, being careful to make sure they don't burn. Great served on a salad or over rice. Enjoy!
This recipe takes very few ingredients and only a few minutes to put together! This healthy blend of bok choy and scallops would go great over some steamed rice. Slightly adapted from a Chatelaine recipe. Enjoy!