Tourtière Recipe: How to Make the Best French Canadian Meat Pie
A traditional French-Canadian dish, Tourtière, or Quebec Pork Pie is usually served around the festive season. It's such a hearty meal and easy to make in batches, so batch bake several and put them in the freezer. You can pull one out and pop it in the oven one night when you are pressed for time. Just add a salad! We have an Instant Pot Tourtiere and a Stove Top Tourtiere - take your pick!
Sausage Bake with Potatoes and Gravy
Recipe VIDEO above. Cooking sausages in the oven with vegetables and gravy is a terrific quick dinner idea that takes mere minutes to assemble! The sausages get nicely browned, the vegetables tender, and a flavour packed gravy. Kind of like making a stew!
French canadian Shepherds pie
This is a french canadian traditionnal meal that could be considered as a version of the Shepherd's pie. It is named "Pâté chinois" in french, which could be translated by "Chinese pie" because it is said that in the early 18th century, there was a lot of chinese people coming to Canada to work on the train tracks and the food served on the building sites were mainly made with corn, beef and potatoes, the main ingredients of the "Pâté chinois".
Recipe: Chicken Liver Pâté with Sage, Apple and Thyme
With the approach of the holiday party season, I am always on the lookout for make-ahead appetizers that are a little different from the usual spread of cheeses, meats and crudite. Chicken liver pâté doesn’t enjoy the popularity it had when Julia Child was queen, but this elegant yet economical hors d’oeuvre is due for a comeback.