If you’re looking for an easy recipe that doesn’t include a long list of ingredients but is packed with flavour, you’ll love this one. Who doesn’t love a dish with chicken in a sauce served over some kind of noodles? Chicken Paprikash is a popular Hungarian recipe that is flavoured with…you guessed it…paprika. And lots of it!
Add some spice and colour to your meal rotation with this recipe for Aloo Gobi. It’s made with potatoes and cauliflower and can be served as a vegetarian main dish or as a side dish. You can make it as hot or mild as you like so it appeals to anyone’s taste.
What could be more wonderful than the smell of cinnamon toast baking in the oven? Well, for one, Cinnamon Raisin Baked Breakfast is made in advance so you don’t have to do any prep in the morning. And secondly, you can serve this delicious breakfast or brunch to a small group or a crowd with this super easy recipe that won’t break the bank.
This salad has been served at the Erie Beach Hotel in Port Dover as long as I can remember. It’s a jellied salad, which is something you don’t see that often any more and it’s quite unique. Most people know the Erie Beach as the place to go for Lake Erie perch and celery bread, but if you visit The Cove Room which is the lower level more formal dining room, you’ll have a salad cart brought right to your table. Everyone has a favourite from their selection of classic and retro sides. This one is mine.
Maybe you don’t have a barbecue. Or maybe it’s just too cold or windy or rainy to tend to ribs cooking on the grill. Whatever the reason, you can still get that barbecue flavour by cooking ribs on a baking sheet. And no, this is not one of those trendy sheet pan recipes. It was given to me in the 80s by a sweet lady I worked with who was brought up in Missouri and was how her mama prepared ribs at home.