Another beloved slow cooker recipe from Canadian Living! I like it with vermicelli noodles or rice... you may need more salt and pepper depending on your preference! I use boneless skinless thighs because that's what I like!
One of my best friends in high school had emigrated to Canada from Chile and for her birthday every year, her mom made this for all of us! This is from myrecipes.com and the closest I can come... By the way, she always omitted the raisins from mine since I don't like them :)
Another recipe from one of my favourite cookbooks - Marcus Samuelsson! This is one I haven't tried yet as I haven't seen any nice ripe papayas yet, but I think it sounds awesome! He says it goes good with grilled shrimp or chicken and with roti.
From Marcus Samuelsson - this awesome dip is super easy and a nice change up. Do not make it in a blender as the sesame seeds will turn into paste - best in a mortar and pestle or a spice grinder. Try it with olive oil to dip in bread or pita or with chicken.
I grew up having a lot of poppy desserts, so I thought of it right away! You don’t have to grind the poppy, but it’s just the texture I prefer – you can do it easily in a coffee grinder or buy it already ground! Cooking time is really the chilling time.
I made this one day when I brought home another rotisserie chicken and just needed to do something different with it. I've also just put the crescent rolls in the oven as per the package directions and eaten the filling separate! All the veggie amounts are approximate - I sometimes increase some or even omit one or 2 if I don't have them on hand...
My Grandma made this for most big family gatherings and now, it's my uncle's job! It looks best when you make it in a clear glass bowl so you can see all the layers... the number of servings depends on how much everyone likes it :)