Canadian food comes from a mixture of cultures. Canada was originally populated by Native Americans and Inuit and then later the French and British. Canadian cuisine is primarily influenced by British and French methods of cooking and uses available native ingredients. Canadian recipes are also influenced from the cuisines of immigrants like Italians, Germans, Chinese and Indians and imports food from all over the world.
Egg and Tomato Pesto Sandwich Recipe type: Entree Egg and Tomato Pesto Sandwich is a Canadian food recipe served on a bagel. Ingredients 4 Bagels 8 Eggs 2 tbsp Water 2 tbsp Sun-dried tomato pesto 8 strips Bacon, maple flavoured, chopped 4 slices Cheese, Canadian Swiss-style 8 tsp Mayonnaise Instructions Toast the bagels in a … Continue reading
French Toast with Maple Almond Topping Recipe type: Entree French Toast with Maple Almond Topping is a Canadian food recipe baked with a homemade sauce. Ingredients 5 Eggs ½ cup Cream ½ cup Whole milk ¼ cup Maple syrup ½ tsp Cinnamon 1 tbsp Butter 8 White country bread, 1-inch thick slices Sauce ¼ cup … Continue reading
Black Bean Spinach Pizza Recipe type: Entree Black Bean Spinach Pizza is a Canadian food recipe with mashed beans with onions, spices and tomatoes. Ingredients 1 thin pizza crust 1 – 14 oz can black beans, rinsed and drained ½ tsp hot sauce ⅔ cup chopped onion 1 tsp cumin 1 tsp chili powder 1 … Continue reading
Savory Barley Mix Recipe type: Side Savory Barley Mix is a Canadian food recipe with chickpeas and lentils mixed with vegetables. Ingredients 1 tbsp canola oil 1 onion, chopped 1 garlic clove, minced 1½ cups pearl barley 4 cups reduced sodium vegetable broth 1 medium zucchini, chopped 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved 1-19 oz can … Continue reading
Barbecued Salmon Prep time: 30 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 40 mins Serves: 8 This Canadian food recipe from British Columbia is using Canadian salmon, highly prized for its delicious flavour and versatility as a main course, salad or spread. Ingredients 2 salmon fillets, about 1 lb/500 g each ¼ cup dry white … Continue reading