This quick and easy zippy egg salad recipe is a delicious change from your deli meat and peanut butter sandwiches when you need to switch it up.
This simple but delicious Dijon deviled egg recipe makes the perfect bite-sized appetizer or healthy snack!
This stunning breakfast strata primavera is like a savoury bread pudding studded with colourful, spring vegetables and full of rich flavour. By using canola oil and a mix of whole eggs and egg whites, you get the sumptuous flavour of most breakfast bakes without the saturated fat. This dish makes entertaining a breeze since you prepare it the night before. In the morning, just pop it in the oven, then relax and enjoy your guests. Recipe courtesy of CanolaInfo.
Start the morning off on the right foot with bright and cheery breakfast tacos. A light and lively salsa is made with creamy avocado, mustard seeds, radish, cilantro, jalapeno pepper, garlic and lime. Simply top warm corn tortillas with fried eggs, some of the salsa, crumbled feta cheese and peppery mustard sprouts. Don’t forget that drizzle of hot sauce!
Mixing a bit of heat from the chipotle, a bit of sweet thanks to the apple and a bit of zip from three kinds of mustard, these are moist and flavourful burgers the whole family is sure to love. The herb aioli is also fantastic when served with grilled chicken or fish, or as a dip for vegetables.
Perogies are a staple side dish in many Canadian households. This meat filled variation is a hearty twist on the traditional potato and onion variety that also feature well as the main dish. You can mix the dough with a paddle attachment in an electric mixer but be careful not to over mix. Hand mixing in the traditional style is safest and dividing your dough in half will make it easier to roll out.
In Spain, tortilla refers to an omelet, usually with potato. This recipe is also good with sweet potato.
Fresh dill, honey, cheddar and mustard add wonderful depth of flavour to this moist and warming cornbread. The yellow mustard seed adds a pleasing crunch!
Light and cheesy savoury biscuits, with pops of bright mustard flavour, these are wonderful when spread with lashings of butter. Serve alongside bowls of soup or stew for a comforting meal. If so inclined, do make a double batch, as they freeze remarkably well.
Spaetzle was one of the first things I learnt how to make as a cook, it’s a special process for me and a great way to warm up any cold day!
Serve over toast, croissants or waffles for a hearty breakfast.