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    I came up with this muffin recipe based on 2-3 different recipes I have been using from Zaar. I ran out of Splenda, otherwise I would have used all Splenda and no sugar. I found it really interesting how much lower the yield when using Splenda and/or apple sauce instead of butter. Another recipe with 1/2 cup of butter and 1 1/2 cup sugar yields 24 muffins.

    Recipe #408284

    This soup is fantastic on a cold day. My MIL served it for lunch today and I just had to have the recipe. A nice smooth soup, we did not have the oil garnish on top but I am sure it will add an extra something.. You can freeze the soup as well, just omit the cream and add when reheating.

    Recipe #406482

    This recipe was featured in a magazine spread about the Canadian designer Sarah Richardson, it is apparently one of her favorite drinks to serve. We made it for New Years last night and it will not be the last time this drink runs accross our flutes

    Recipe #406227

    You could serve this as a 1st course for company; it is not your usual mayo/tuna salad. The addition of fresh mushrooms and green peas really does the trick. I usually make a lighter version where I will strain the whey out of some plain yoghurt in a sieve and use 1/3 strained yoghurt and 2/3 mayo. If using this method the yogurt must be drained really well. I add the peas when they are still frozen; they thaw quickly and I like them cold in the salad and they do not get mushy

    Recipe #406039

    Wonderful on cold nights. I also make this dish on the stove top, simmering for about 1 hour. I like to add 1-1 1/2 cup chicken broth to make it a bit more liquidy.

    Recipe #399709

    I got the recipe from Canadian Living and it is a really nice rice with a subtle flavour. If you want more flavour you could add green salsa or hot peppers. The rice is meant to be served as a side to those dishes you don't want to have overpowered by the side. Quick and simple.

    Recipe #399656

    My daughters attend cooking classes and one day they came home very proud with these cinnamon rolls. They are really, really good and easy enough that smaller kids can be part of the action. The recipe just states 'a mixture of sugar and cinnamon', the amount of cinnamon will depend on how 'cinnamon'ey' you want the rolls. The 2 tbsp in the recipe is a best guess.

    Recipe #399476

    This recipe is another winner from Toronto Star - we made it tonight and just loved it. A fun way to have the kids eat their lettuce, too. Beef needs to marinate 2-12 hours, so plan ahead when making this meal

    Recipe #398341

    This bread is quick to whip up and perfect along with soups and stews for the colder nights. From Canadian Living. If you do not have buttermilk on hand - simply take 3/4 cup milk and add 2 tsp of lemon juice or vinegar and let sit for 10-15 min.

    Recipe #397836

    This is a wonderful sweet loaf and a great way to use up those brown mushy bananas. From Canadian Living. Can be frozen for up to 2 weeks

    Recipe #397754

    The mixture is served chilled. Raita has a cooling effect on the palate that makes it a good choice along with spicy foods such as currys. Raita is also eaten with kebabs.

    Recipe #397633

    This salad is a wonderful side for curries or as a regular side dish

    Recipe #397595

    A quick and easy vegetarian curry - from LCBO

    Recipe #397560

    This sauce is used for pot stickers / dumplings - see also my Recipe #397487

    Recipe #397489

    I love dumplings/pot stickers and these are seriously good. From Canadian LCBO's Food and Drink Magazine. I am sure that these would work with chicken or turkey instead of pork. You can freeze these dumplings for an easy plan-ahead appetizer / snack / dinner. Serve with Recipe #397489.

    Recipe #397487

    These balls are wonderful savory bites. Place them in little foil cups for beautiful presentation and for something different on your cookie tray.

    Recipe #396632

    Another recipe from Denmark; very easy for a quick treat. Should be kept refrigerated - if you can save any :)

    Recipe #396622

    These cookies are very delicate and melt in your mouth. The name is a bid odd, it is a Danish cookie but directly translated called 'Finnish Bread'. The dough needs to rest for at least one hour which is not included in the prep time. Note - The dough can be frozen for easy planning UPDATE: After Mersaydees review I would like to add that whole raw alminds can be easily skinned/blanched if placed in very hot water for 2 min. This loosens the skin and make it pop off without effort

    Recipe #396621

    To the reviewer that mentioned that these should not be rolled in nuts - step 7 refers to the cookies being rolled into the shape of a nut and not in nuts. Update - I have adjusted the flour down to 2 cups. This recipe makes a bunch of small little cookies that kids in Denmark use to play games during the month of December. I remember playing 'MOUSE'. You need a bunch of Pepper Nuts and some kids. All the Pepper Nuts are placed on a table and one of the kids is sent outside the room. The other kids now choose the Pepper Nut that is IT (or the MOUSE). The kid is called back into the room and has to start eating the Pepper Nuts until he/she reaches the one that is the MOUSE. All the kids then yell MOUSE!!!!!!!!!!! usually to great scare for the poor kid that is IT. I remember eating one after the other thinking 'oh no, this one will make them scream...' Besides being a fun game they also taste good.... This is also a recipe where even little kids can be good helpers when cutting the cookies

    Recipe #396411

    A delightful and easy cookie; recipe is from Denmark. The recipe makes 30 small or 20 large peaks. I strongly recommend that you add the extra step of dipping in chocolate as it gives the cookie that extra dimension and wow factor. I add a bit of butter to the melted chocolate and drip it on top of the peaks. I have updated the recipe measurements thanks to Hokies' hard work - the conversion from metric to cups did not work out, too much of some ingredients, too little of others. The current recipe reflects the accurate measurements after have scaled ingredients and cross checked cup measurements.

    Recipe #396406

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