Collections's top 10 recipes

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Collections's top 10 recipes

10. Classic Strawberry Jam
Make the most of strawberry season with this delicious classic jam.

9. Roasted Garlic Beef Stew
Comfort food at its finest. From the "Kitchen Comfort" collection of recipes in the November 2006 issue of Canadian Living.

8. 20-Minute Chicken Goulash
Inspired by the long-simmering Hungarian stew, this creamy goulash (which is at its finest with real Hungarian paprika) is quick, easy and full of robust flavour. Serve it over egg noodles or spaetzle. From the May 2004 issue: "Yes, Have Chicken Tonight!"

7. Brownie Buttons with Candy Cane Icing
Dense brownies mixed with homemade candy cane ice cream: divine! You don't even need a mixer to make these dense two-bite brownies -- just a whisk. From the 2005 Holiday Best issue.

6. Surprise Peanut Butter Cookies
The surprise is the natural peanut butter hidden in these chocolate rounds! From the 2005 Holiday Best issue.

5. Island Chicken and Rice
Eating this tender chicken steeped in Caribbean flavour makes you feel like you're on an island vacation any time of the year. Serve with fresh pineapple slices. You can also use chicken legs. From the May 2004 issue: "Yes, Have Chicken Tonight!"

4. Make-Ahead Baked Pasta
Fusilli pasta, Italian sausage, and fresh parsely make this a tasty make-ahead meal. You can either freeze the whole dish in the pan or divide it into single servings. From the July 2005 issue: "Deep Freeze".

3. Lazy Shepherd's Pie
Easy, satisfying, delicious -- and only $2.84 per serving! From the Februrary 2007 "Make It Tonight" collection of rush-hour recipes.

2. Canada's Best Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Icing
It's just not carrot cake without that rich cream cheese icing. This "Tested Till Perfect" recipe developed by The Canadian Living Test Kitchen is searched high and low on the web every month of the year!

...and the number one searched recipe on

1. Glazed Balsamic Chicken
This juicy chicken, with its sweet and sour glaze, from the May 2004 issue of Canadian Living ("Yes, Have Chicken Tonight!") is so simple that you can make it from start to finish in 15 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes or noodles.


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Collections's top 10 recipes