Baked eggs have been on my food bucket list for quite some time now, although I don’t actually have a food bucket list (it’s more just a mental list). Maybe I should start one and share it with you guys? We can eat our way through it together! Now i’m on to something…
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg, Give Away, Lunch
Tagged baked, baked egg cups, breakfast, brunch, easy, egg, egg farmers of canada, get cracking, giveaway, Goat Cheese, group, ham, oven, recipe, spinach
Hooooly maaaan. I’m not sure how much gluttonous punishment my body can take at this point. All I’ve gotta say is thank God for 25 year old male metabolism! As a Canadian, I feel, as a commitment to my country, a poutine grilled cheese had to join the ranks of National Grilled Cheese Month. Grilled bread, gravy, cheese curds, fries… I sent farewells and love to my family as I embarked upon this grilled cheese, unsure if I would make it through, certain an untimely demise was imminent. But alas, I am here, writing about it, with a renewed lust for life! This was one mean grilled cheese! Crunchy bread, with layers of rich gravy, salty, suuuper stringy melted cheese curds, surrounding crispy french fries! I suppose I can find solace in the fact that I used “healthier” fries, making this Baked French Fries to use in the grilled cheese!
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, grilled cheese, Lunch, National Grilled Cheese Month, Potato, Sandwich
Tagged 2013, april, baked, canada, canadian, cheese, cheese curds, classic, fries, gravy, Grilled, montreal, national grilled cheese month, poutine, Sandwich
In a continuation of my previous post for Baked French Fries I present to you the always delicious Poutine! This is super easy to make, and I know some of you will shame me for not using REAL gravy, but I gotta say, that salty, delicious instant gravy tastes wonderful on these fries. Guilty pleasure? Maybe.
Anyways, you can’t beat the speed of this one. Baked french fries to Poutine in like 5 minutes! Sounds good to me!
This is more of a guideline than a recipe, because well, who am I to tell you how much gravy and cheese curds you should be putting on your fries!
Bake some fries first, and proceed to recipe!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Potato, Side, Snack, Snack
Tagged Bacon, baked, cheese, cheese curds, curds, easy, french fries, french fry, green onion, healthy, montreal, poutine, recipe
Anyone who buys those bags of frozen french fries is just cheating themselves. Especially if you have potatoes in your cupboard. These things are so simple, so delicious, and just look at how beautiful they are! Your frozen potato sticks don’t come close! Grab a russet potato, slice it up, bake it and feel the guilt wash away as you eat these non-deep fried homemade beauties (and then feel guilty as you realize you just ate a ton…oops!). Stay tuned for a much less guilt-free recipe coming in the next day or two using these tasty things! (can you guess what it might be??)
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Healthy, Potato, Side
Tagged alternative, baked, crispy, crunchy, easy, french fries, fries, healthy, homemade, oven, Potato, recipe, russet
If you’ve been following BS’ in the Kitchen, you would have noticed our recent post of Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins that we brought to a party. Well we have great news for you if you thought they looked delicious – we now bring you their partner in crime: Buffalo Chicken Dip! Great served at a party with some plain chips and best of all, it’s quick and easy to make. We should also mention that you can also create this dish if you have left over stuffing for the potatoes – so really it’s two recipes in one! Let’s get to the recipe so you can try it out yourself.
Posted in Appetizer, Cheese, Chicken, Potato, Snack, Snack
Tagged appetizer, baked, blue cheese, buffalo, buffalo chicken, cheese, dip, game day, leftover, party, Potato, potato skins, Superbowl
I have been wanting to try making stuffed skin chicken breasts for several months now, and had purchased the chicken, put it in the freezer, but never gotten around to making it until now. Since I had just gotten back from Jamaica, my fridge was a void of empty space, and so began the raid of my freezer. After pulling out the chicken, I scavenged through my fridge and pantry, and was able to pull together some pretty wonderful ingredients, coming up with this tasty recipe! Not bad if I do say so myself!
Posted in Chicken, Dinner, Potato
Tagged Bacon, baked, Chicken, chicken breast, easy, Fancy, impressive, mushroom, oven, pine nut, Potato, roast chicken, skin-on chicken, stuffed, stuffed skin, stuffed skin chicken
Bob and I are quite excited that CTV Morning Live Saskatoon has invited us back to do another cooking segment. This time the challenge shifted to a holiday inspired dish, so with Bob’s rangoon and pumpkin pie dumpling, I knew I’d have to counteract the savoury with a sweeter dish. Now lots of people were asking for cupcakes, but I knew I had to branch out because I didn’t want to be known as the “cupcake girl”… so what’s the next dessert trend? Donuts! I opted for baked donuts for a few reasons: a tad bit healthier, no chances of oil fires and a bit easier too. I’ll be decorating just one donut on air, but I’ll chat about these three donut flavours: Santa’s Milk & Cookies, The Mistletoe and The Relative. But let’s get to the recipe.
Posted in Dessert, donut, Easy
Tagged baked, butter, CTV, donut, easy, live, morning, peanut, saskatoon
To continue on our holiday donut theme for CTV Morning Live Saskatoon, here is the Mistletoe donut to go along side The Relative and Santa’s Milk & Cookies. Now you are probably wondering… ‘what the heck… why is it a mistletoe donut?’….well with this little donut packing some Kahlua and Skor Toffee bits, it’s rather easy to read between the lines and maybe if you have a little bit of Kahlua and you’re under the mistletoe, you’ll “skor” (…a kiss…). Now let’s get to this feisty little donut.
Posted in Dessert, donut, Easy
Tagged baked, Bits, CTV, donut, easy, kahlua, live, morning, saskatoon, Skor, toffee
It has finally arrived…the infamous Souffle!
I knew at some point during JC100 this recipe was going to show up in our inbox, and though slightly terrified, I was very excited to try my hand at it! Now I’ve gotta have a little sympathy for the poor old souffle, it’s gotten a pretty bad rep as being a difficult dish to make, but it really is quite simple and I can happily say mine turned out wonderfully! (Admittedly, I have never had a souffle, but after researching a little I think the flavours and textures were spot on!)
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, Egg, JC100, Side
Tagged baked, cheese, child, egg, egg white, french, gruyere, jc100, julia, mastering the art of french cooking, savoury, souffle, swiss, the way to cook