Showcasing Canada's bounty from coast to coast, this bite-sized feast features lobster, salmon, tourtiére, wild rice, butter tarts, Nanaimo bars and more.
Serve with crusty bread for sopping up the juices. Choose a favourite local microbrew (wheat beer is best) for steaming, as well as serving alongside. This recipe doubles easily for a larger crowd.
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Enjoy these in little pieces as in the recipe, or divide the filling among small buns.
Grilling the salmon on water-soaked cedar planks infuses it with a delightfully smoky taste, plus the sauce gives it a golden glaze. If you can't do this outside, bake it on planks in a 425°F (220°C) oven for about 12 minutes.
Serve these bite-size Canadian classics with chili sauce.
To save on last-minute preparations, skewer and refrigerate the meat without the steak spice for up to 8 hours. Brush with oil and sprinkle with spice mixture just before grilling.
This crispy classic is equally tasty hot or cold.
This unusual combination of crunchy-fresh beans and hearty barley is a tasty salad that can be made ahead of time – perfect for a picnic.
This innovative, cool salad partners deliciously with any main dish.
These uniquely Canadian squares are a must for any Canada Day celebration.
Nobody disputes the origin of these treats (Nanaimo, B.C.), but there's always an opinion on the exact ingredients.
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