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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.
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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
Along with wanting to make Baked Onion Rings for quite some time, I had a plan to make Onion Ring Fried Eggs. I had initially come across this great looking recipe, but I wanted to take it to the next level, thus the desire to bake onion rings was born! So in case you didn’t have enough motivation to make Baked Onion Rings, this bonus recipe can give you that extra push!
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg, Fried, Lunch, Side, Snack, Snack
Tagged baked, breakfast, brunch, crunchy, egg, Fast, food, Fried, greasy, hangover, lunch, onion, ring, runny, side, snack, sunny, up, yolk
Baked onion rings have been on my to-do list for a couple months now, so having plenty of free time this long weekend I finally got around to trying them out! While they can be a little bit time consuming (from unpeeled onion – to onion ring in my mouth, it probably took around an hour to an hour and a half), they were definitely worth it!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Healthy, Lunch, Side, Snack, Snack, Vegetable
Tagged alternative, baked, bread, breaded, cheap, crumbs, healthy, homemade, onion, Panko, rings, side, snack
It’s time for another portobello recipe! This one is real easy and a great healthy platform for all those wonderful things you put on a loaded baked potato (which may not be so healthy!). I’m pretty sure you could put sour cream, bacon, chives and cheese on anything and it would taste awesome, so this was a no-brainer!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Easy, Healthy, Potato, Side
Tagged alternative, Bacon, baked, Cheddar, Chives, cream, easy, green onions, loaded, low carb, mushroom, oven, Portobello, Potato, Sour
Behold my latest creation…THE BAKED POTATO GRILLED CHEESE! After the glory that was the Brocolli & Cheddar Soup Grilled Cheese, I began racking my brain for what other wonderful things I could deconstruct into grilled cheese format. Soon enough I had envisioned this piece of grilled cheese heaven! I mean how can you go wrong with fried potatoes, bacon, cheese, sour cream and chives all made into a melty grilled cheese? Well you can’t!
So here is how I went about making it.
Posted in Cheese, Dinner, Fried, Grilled, grilled cheese, Panini, Potato, Sandwich
Tagged Bacon, bacon bits, baked, Cheddar, cheese, Chives, cream, deconstructed, french bread, Fried, green onions, Grilled, loaded, melted, Potato, Sandwich, Sour, sourdough
For my third sauce during my wing night I just used a previous recipe I created for barbecue ranch chicken wings here.
- 15-20 Chicken Wings
- 1 Cup Flour
- Salt & Pepper to taste
Barbecue Ranch Sauce
- 1 Cup Ranch
- 5 Tsp HP Sauce (Use whatever BBQ sauce you prefer)
- 1 Tsp Mustard
- 1 Tsp Tabasco
- 1 Clove of Garlic
Start preparing the chicken wings by preheating your oven to 400ºF then getting a large bowl with 1 cup of flour and adding your desired amount of salt and pepper (feel free to add other spices if you wish). First spray the chicken wings with a little PAM cooking spray which will help the flour stick to the wings. Once your wings are coated, dip them in the flour until they are coated and place them on a baking sheet covered with tinfoil. Once your oven has preheated, place the chicken wings on the middle rack and cook for 30 minutes then rotate the wings and cook for another 20-25 minutes.
While the chicken cooking, prepare your sauce. Mix everything together in a sauce pan/pot and cook it on medium-high for 5-10 minutes to let all the flavours mix together, then just coat your wings!
Posted in Barbecue, Chicken, Easy
Tagged baked, Barbecue, BBQ, Chicken, crispy, dressing, easy, Ranch, sauce, wings
I’ve really been into soup lately – most likely because of our -30 to -40 degree cold snap we’ve been getting. I was craving a good potato based soup so I came up with this creation after middling around with a few different recipes. Let’s make this a short post and get right to the point. In a large stock pot combine the following and let boil until the potatoes are tender and are ‘mashable':