These Ham, Gouda and Mustard Palmiers are flaky, chewy, and oh so good with a chilled glass of white wine. Punchy mustard, nutty cheese, and thinly sliced ham are layered on top of puff pastry then rolled into a double scroll shape. Baked to golden perfection, these palmiers are often the first appetizer to disappear at parties.
This is a very lean sausage that pairs nicely with cheese, pasta, and any one of the thousands of fabulous mustards available around the world.
Yellow mustard seed and mustard powder bring the zing to this “tastes like more” salsa recipe. Fresh cilantro makes a nice garnish.
Our flavourful salmon cakes with mustard aioli will impress guests as an appetizer and your family as a main course.
A showstopping appetizer for any event. Serve slightly warm or at room temperature with vegetable slices or crackers.
Wow guests and family with these mustard cheese sticks. They are a scrumptious appetizer or addition to your charcuterie board.
Falafel is a Mediterranean snack that we have recreated with local Saskatchewan flair. This is hands down the most popular dish on our menu at Skye Cafe and Bistro. The addition of mustard definitely gives it a flavour profile that complements the delicate flavour of lentils and chickpeas.
Chickpea hummus is easy to prepare and delightfully delicious. Serve with crackers, raw vegetables or bread for a very enjoyable snack.
Are garden cucumbers in season? Instead of tomatoes substitute 1/4 cup diced cucumber per person.
Mustard Seafood Stuffed Mushroom Caps can get you in the entertaining mood and are a perfect bite-sized treat!
This zesty and flavorful party appetizer can be served warm or room temperature with crackers for any brunch or gathering.
Wonton wrappers are sold in the produce section of most supermarkets, which means these quick and delicious dumplings are a cinch to make at home. Just wrap, seal and cook! After one bite, you’ll agree that these are better than takeout.
Sopes are a great Mexican appetizer that are the perfect vessel to carry all sorts of tasty meats and salsas. These are a great gluten-free option, and when topped with roasted vegetables can be incredibly healthy and easy to make. The Habanero can be intimidating to some but when used correctly can give you a wonderful floral fruity flavour with just a slight hint of heat, paired with some good old yellow mustard to carry that tropical flavour along.
Soft tofu and avocado create a deliciously creamy texture in this light flavourful dip.
Vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free these kale chips also taste great too! Plan to serve immediately, as they will lose their lovely crispness with time.
These fresh rolls and flavourful dipping sauce are fun to make and easy to share. Use as an appetizer, side dish or lunch time treat.
The smokiness of the Applewood cheddar and the tangy crunch of the mustard makes these earthy crackers a delicious and impressive appie to serve to special guests. Serve them with charcuterie for a decadent evening.
Who doesn’t like to munch? Great for sports nights too!
Bursting with flavour, these meatballs have a lovely surprise of melted mozzarella in the centre. The bright flavours of the pesto are the perfect complement to the ground turkey. Serve with your favourite pasta as a main course, or as small bite appetizer.
The corn and cilantro add color to these bite-sized flavourful lentil cakes. They are a perfect appetizers for any occasion and go nicely with any number of Indian inspired dips and sauces.
Try side dishes such as cured meats, olives, or fresh peppers to contrast the richness of the cheese.
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Turkey Sliders are a fun and easy appetizer that will satisfy appetites of all ages.
Change up your traditional cranberry sauce this holiday season with this Cranberry-Orange Chutney with Popped Mustard Seeds.
This versatile recipe can be made into smaller patties as an appetizer, using the mustard-yogurt sauce on the side as a dip. It can also be served on a plate with a green salad, or in a whole-wheat pita. Do not boil sweet potato as that will add excess moisture to patties.