Raisin Tea Buns Recipe - Newfoundland.ws
4 cups flour 3/4 cup butter 5 tsps. baking powder (heaping) 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1 cup milk 2 eggs (beaten) Preheat oven to 400 F, Soak raisins in 1 cup warm water for 10 minutes, drain. Combine dry ingredients in a large bowl, Rub in butter or use a … Continue reading "Raisin Tea Buns Recipe"
The Best Homemade White Bread
The Best Homemade White Bread - This Newfoundland recipe is well over 40 years old & turns put perfectly every time. Comfort food home baking at its best.
Cod au Gratin - the best recipe you'll find. Rave reviews every time!
Some may balk at the suggestion of fish & cheese together in this cod au gratin but with truly fresh cod, this dish is delectable; a Newfoundland favourite.
How to make The Famous Atlantic Canadian "Halifax Donair"
The Halifax Donair is a popular east coast Canadian comfort food that you can commonly find in most pizza shops of the Atlantic provinces of Canada, namely Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI. Donairs are a speciality and are hard to find outside eastern Canada so many people who have tasted it's glory and crave it's yumminess learn to make them at home. This recipe is the ultimate guide on how to make the perfect homemade donair.
Newfoundland Fish Cakes - a decades old traditional favourite!
Newfoundland Fish Cakes - These traditional Newfoundland fish cakes have been made for countless generations using the most basic of ingredients like potatoes, salt fish and onions.
Newfoundland Date Squares - Lord Byron's Kitchen
Newfoundland Date Squares are a traditional island treat! Slightly sweet, with a crumb topping, and a soft filling, they're perfect for afternoon tea time!
Newfoundland Figgy Duff - a generations old tradition.
Newfoundland Figgy Duff has nothing to do with figs; raisins were once referred to as figs here & are always added to this traditional steamed pudding.
Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin (a favourite!)
Cod au Gratin is a traditional Newfoundland recipe with the star ingredient being, of course, cod! There's a lovely little béchamel or white sauce covering the fish. Then, it's topped with cheese and breadcrumbs and oven baked until bubbly and brown. So comforting and delicious!
Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin - Bonita's Kitchen
Welcome to Bonita's Kitchen! Today we will be making Cod au Gratin, made with fresh or salted cod and so much more. Ingredients:2 cod fillets3 tbsp butter1 tbsp...