French Canadian Tourtiere Recipes | Food Network Canada
A tourtiere is a classic French Canadian meat pie, and there are as many recipes as there are families that make them. Made with Anna Olson's Savoury Pie Crust and served with a side salad and the condiment of your choice, mustard, cranberry sauce, chutney or ketchup, this is a classic cold-weather Canadian treat!
Homemade Movie Popcorn (Butter Popcorn)
Recipe video above. It's buttery and yellow, just like the buckets you buy at the movie theatre Candy Bar! The yellow colour is optional, the butter is not. Bonus: The popcorn stays crisp for several days, thanks to the clarified butter (aka ghee). If you skip making the Popcorn Butter, see notes for recipe amendments.
Flapper Pie Recipes | Food Network Canada
A wonderful dessert pie with an egg-based meringue filling that's both spongy and creamy!Courtesy of Sandie Parley of Hilltop Diner
Traditional Bannock Recipes | Food Network Canada
A Tofino, B.C., mother passes along this simple bannock recipe shared with her by an elder of the Nuu-chah-nulth culture she cherishes. You might also like these Tasty Canadian Indigenous Restaurants.
Classic Canadian Fried Dough Treat Recipes | Food Network Canada
These soft, oval-shaped doughnuts are a classic Canadian treat. Fry to perfection and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Toppings can vary from lemon juice with sugar, nuts, chocolate sauce and even caramel. Whichever topping you prefer, just be sure to eat them warm!
Anna Olson's Buttermilk Fried Chicken Recipes | Food Network Canada
Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside! This buttermilk fried chicken is a perennial favourite!
Maple Peameal Roast Recipes | Food Network Canada
This Canadian dish comes complete with a childrens' variation and an adult variation. Try it today!
Newfoundland Snowballs Recipes | Food Network Canada
If you grew up on the East coast of Canada, you’re definitely familiar with snow. However, Newfoundland snowballs have nothing to do with snow — they’re an iconic treat made of chocolate fudge, coconut and oats that are rolled into delicious balls. We add a little espresso powder to make this classic childhood treat a little more adult-worthy. They’re so decadent, soft and chewy, anyone will enjoy them.
Rotisserie Chicken with 4 Sauces Recipes | Food Network Canada
Rotisserie chicken is a universal favourite, but turn this into a crowd pleaser on a buffet table by making 3 different sauces to top it, and three different bases to put the chicken and sauce on. See…you can please everyone!
Ketchup Chip Snack Seasoning Recipes | Food Network Canada
Since the 1980s ketchup chips have been one of Canada’s favourite chip flavours. Learn how to make your favourite chip flavouring at home and go wild with this delicious, buttery topping. Add it to popcorn, roasted potatoes, parsnips, even squash for a sweet taste of nostalgia, minus the artificial flavours and colours.
Moroccan-Spiced Cauliflower Bites Recipes | Food Network Canada
This meat-free “wing-style” appetizer will entice even the most discerning carnivore with its bright yellow hue and bold flavour profile. Serve as a quick party appetizer or as part of a larger meal as a veggie side dish.
Mini Acadian Meat Pies Recipes | Food Network Canada
We love Acadian meat pies, but trying to fit one into a meal already laden with roasts and sides can be challenging, for us and our waistlines. Thankfully, we found a loophole with these mini meat pies. Now you can enjoy this rich, savoury holiday favourite without the mid-meal nap.
Lobster Roll Bites Recipes | Food Network Canada
Lobster rolls—soft rolls stuffed with a creamy, lobster salad—are a favourite food across the Canadian Maritimes. The soft roll gets swapped out for crispy little toast cups in this fun, bite-size appetizer that’s perfect for any time of year.