6710 recipes for "pepper"
Cedar Planked Salmon with Maple Curry Glaze

Cedar Planked Salmon with Maple Curry Glaze

May 13, 2009

This dish is a favorite at our home for entertaining - it is delicious, easy to make and guests are always impressed with the presentation (we bring the plank directly to the table and serve off of it!). My husband, who is currently serving in Afghanistan, was home on leave recently and it was his homecoming request for dinner! Since we are currently living in New Brunswick, we love that fresh atlantic salmon is readily available and the maple syrup here is some of the best in the world! In the spring time, I love to serve this dish with steamed fresh fiddleheads tossed in garlic butter and jasmine or basmati rice (or wild rice when we were living near Winnipeg). At other times of the year, I serve garlic sauteed spinach. If you aren't a curry lover, just leave it out and the dish is still great! Cedar planked Salmon is fantastic on the grill but can also be prepared in the oven. Enjoy!!

Dairy-Free Chocolate Fondue

Dairy-Free Chocolate Fondue

Apr 1, 2014

The best part of fondue is customizing it! Because this is made with bittersweet chocolate, you may want to stir in extra honey for sweetness. Add pinches of cinnamon, cayenne and chilli powder, and even a splish-splash of rich coffee or orange liqueur for a more complex flavour. We love how dairy-free coconut milk makes this taste just as rich and creamy as traditional fondue. And always be sure to check the package to ensure the chocolate is 100% dairy free.

Malay-Style Curry Powder

Malay-Style Curry Powder

Dec 20, 2006

Heat Rating: Medium Toasting whole spices before grinding them greatly enhances their flavour, but watch them carefully to prevent overtoasting, which makes them bitter. You can keep this mixture in an airtight jar and use it in any recipe that calls for curry powder, or present it to an adventurous cook as a gift. Avert your face when toasting the cayenne because it will sting your eyes.

Jerk Pork Stew

Jerk Pork Stew

Jul 14, 2005

Serve this saucy, spicy Jamaican-inspired stew with mashed potatoes. You can buy cubed pork shoulder in many grocery stores. Or buy a couple of pork shoulders and trim, cube and freeze them in 1-lb (500 g) portions.

Grilled Flank Steak with Pebre

Grilled Flank Steak with Pebre

Jul 8, 2008

This Chilean fresh herb salsa, called pebre, is similar to the Argentine chimichurri. Here it is used as a marinade and served on the side as a condiment.

Field Meal Chili

Field Meal Chili

Oct 13, 2006

Chili is a favourite in Joan's household, where a chili ingredient battle rages constantly. Joan prefers a mix of kidney and black beans, but Corey and the kids constantly lobby for canned pork and beans instead. On special days she relents, and you can, too, replacing one of the cans below with pork and beans. No matter which beans you use, any leftovers are even more delicious reheated the next day. A batch of this chili can also be the base of a mouth-watering Mexican Lasagna.

Curried Chicken Drumettes

Curried Chicken Drumettes

Mar 10, 2010

We scraped the meat from the drumette, or upper bone, to create a natural, tidy handle. You can also use wings (halved and wing tips removed) instead.

Beef and Green Bean Stew

Beef and Green Bean Stew

Jul 14, 2005

Choose an outside or inside round oven roast or shoulder pot roast. Starting with one piece of meat rather than precut stewing beef means that all the chunks will be similar in size and texture and will require the same cooking time.

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