CDIC KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL COOKBOOK / SECRETS DE CUISINE DE LA SADC - LIVRE DE RECETTES
Cajun Seafood Fettuccine
Cream cheese hazelnut cookies
Cream Cheese & Bacon Deviled Eggs
Savoury Meatballs with Cranberry Sauce
Cherry Blossom Cheese Tarts
Chicken Tortilla Soup (Instant Pot)
Cheesy Breakfast Casserole
Pannukakku (Finnish Pancakes)
Cheesecake (the best!)
Saltine Cracker Toffee
Delicious Layered Nacho Dip
"Get a gym membership" Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake
JD's Mocha Nut Butter Balls
5 Star Square
Starbucks' Molasses Copycat Cookie
Maple Glazed Salmon
European Holiday Bread
Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
Crown Royal Cookies
Pasta à la vodka
Lebanese Cabbage Rolls
Vegan, Gluten-Free Pumpkin Loaf
Instant Pot Mac and Cheese
Cajun Seafood FettuccineThis is the recipe my husband prepared for me on our first Valentine's Day together so it holds a place near and dear to my heart - and stomach! It is spicy so if you prefer you can divide the amounts of peppers in half. Submitted by: "Colette Martin"
Cream cheese hazelnut cookiesThese bite-size morsels of goodness melt in your mouth - but watch out… they are addictive! Submitted by: "Julie Charron"
Savoury Meatballs with Cranberry SauceThis recipe is the perfect party food and is always a crowd-pleaser! Tip: to save some time, feel free to use your favourite store-brand pre-cooked frozen meatballs. This recipe is taken from the "America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes" cookbook, by Donna-Marie Pye. Submitted by: "Julie Charron"
Cherry Blossom Cheese TartsEasy crowd-pleaser. Use different paper baking cup liners depending on the occasion. Submitted by: "Cynthia Mar"
Empire CookiesAn Empire cookie is a sweet biscuit from Scotland, and found in most Commonwealth countries. In Canada, it is primarily found in Winnipeg and in parts of Montreal (my hometown, where I first encountered it). Originally known as the "Linzer biscuit", and later as the "Deutsch biscuit", it became known as the Empire Cookie with the outbreak of the First World War. The cookie itself is a slightly sweet shortbread, and together with the jam and almond-flavoured icing, they are always a hit. Submitted by: "Sarah Govan-Sisk"
Chicken Tortilla Soup (Instant Pot)The BEST Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup – made from scratch, in a fraction of the time! Delicious and healthy, loaded with chicken and veggies, this soup will warm you to your bones! Submitted by: "Alison Millard"
Broccoli SaladFavourite recipe! can substitute cranberries at either Thanksgiving or Christmas Submitted by: "Sue Hefler"
Cheesy Breakfast CasseroleThis Cheesy Breakfast Casserole is perfect for Christmas morning! Even my son who doesn't like eggs will have seconds! You can prepare it the night before... but it is not as good Submitted by: "Marie-Josée Pinel"
Pannukakku (Finnish Pancakes)This is a favorite family (and friend) recipe that you will never get tired of. It is a delicious, custard-filled oven pancake that is quick to make. You can put fruit, whipped cream, syrup or even jam on top. Submitted by: "Krista Mulholland"
FrogsThese chocolate "frogs" are a macaroon-type cookie that are a longtime family favourite. They are named because of a little boy several generations back who thought they looked like frogs. Submitted by: "Sara Kruyk"
Cheesecake (the best!)This is the favorite dessert of my kids. I have to prepare 2 cheesecakes at a time because one is not enough! Submitted by: "ANNIE HARDY"
Saltine Cracker ToffeeLove this recipe because it is easy and tasty. Christmas 'crack'er is a saltine cracker covered in a brown sugar butter sauce and baked until it turns into caramel! The saltine cracker melts into the caramel making it a salty and sweet treat! The top is topped with chocolate for the ultimate indulgence. Submitted by: "Shanta Wilson"
Delicious Layered Nacho DipThis is my "go to" for potlucks and social/family gatherings. Submitted by: "Karen Sergeant"
"Get a gym membership" Sticky Toffee Pudding CakeYou deserve this cake. Submitted by: "Mylene Barrette"
JD's Mocha Nut Butter BallsEasy to make, mocha nut butter ball cookies. Perfect to enjoy with a tea or coffee! Submitted by: "Scott McLean"
5 Star SquareIf you like chocolate and coconut you will love this dessert! Submitted by: "Natalie McMaster"
Starbucks' Molasses Copycat CookieRich, chewy and bursting with spicy-sweet deliciousness, this recipe makes cookies that taste just like Starbucks' Molasses Cookie. Submitted by: "Shanta Wilson"
Ida's BiscuitsThis is my mother-in-laws recipe, although when I asked her for a copy of the recipe she laughed and informed me it was not written anywhere. So I asked her to make them with me while I tried desperately to pause along the way and record the amounts - it was an interesting process but well worth it! Submitted by: "Colette"
Nanimo BarsNot much to say about this except YUM! it takes a bit of time and planning but so worth the effort! Enjoy! Submitted by: "Colette Martin"
European Holiday BreadI craved this delicious bread of my childhood and was determined to develop a recipe to share this culinary heritage. As potatoes were a staple in many Lithuanian meals, adding cooked potatoes to the batter provided a soft and tender texture. Now every Easter and Christmas, the tradition continues. Submitted by: "Friend"
Buffalo Cauliflower BitesBuffalo Cauliflower Bites are perfect as an appetizer or a main course. This healthy recipe is so good, you won't miss the chicken wings! Submitted by: "Judy Ann Hollander"
Crown Royal CookiesCrown Royal Cookies - make sure to leave some of the Crown Royal for the recipe :) Submitted by: "Shanta Wilson"
Pasta à la vodkaDon't let the can of tomato soup fool you. This recipe is a favourite because it's easy and tastes upscale. It's also not as boozy as it sounds! I leave out the prosciutto and chili flakes to make it more kid-friendly (my kids have eaten this since they were little). Please enjoy! Submitted by: "Susan Kay"
Instant Pot Mac and CheeseDelicious comfort food that is quick and easy to make. Submitted by: "Karen Sergeant"
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