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Teriyaki Orange Beef

By Alice Mainguy 2 months ago 313 Views

A delicious recipe by Miss Papila!

Published in January 2019 in Courrier de Portneuf.

What if we started the year with a dish that is ultra flavoured, but above all ultra easy to make on top of being economical. The secret ingredient of this recipe is Aliksir's sweet orange essential oil. A few drops of this gastronomic oil suffice to make a dish sublime. This is a great natural ingredient to discover. Plus it is easy to use in cooking, to flavour water or to give a final touch to your cocktails!

Chicken Stir Fry with Lemon

By Alice Mainguy 6 months ago 1354 Views

Cook's block in front of the blank plate? Estelle to the rescue!

What's in the Fridge Quiche

By Alice Mainguy 1 year ago 1358 Views

As long as you have a pie shell in the freezer, you can improvise a What's in the Fridge Quiche!

Merguez Sausage Tagine

By Alice Mainguy 1 year ago 790 Views

A hearty meal for cold evenings.

Meatball Stew

By Alice Mainguy 1 year ago 906 Views

A good old Quebecois meatball stew, almost in the old-fashion way!

Ratatouille

By Alice Mainguy 2 years ago 902 Views

A great classic of French cuisine, easy for once! With a little Quebecois secret... This dish will comfort you in the chill of fall and combine all the vegetables the gardens lavish on us.

Spinach Dip

By Alice Mainguy 2 years ago 1000 Views

A safe bet for the next potluck, with an original twist so you can brag about it!

Watermelon Gazpacho

By Alice Mainguy 2 years ago 1250 Views

I discovered this seemingly daring mix in a potluck, from a Spanish friend. The sweetness of the watermelon subtly balances the acidity of the tomato. I just can't get enough!

Spicy Mayonnaises

By Alice Mainguy 2 years ago 875 Views

Ça goûte donc bon d’la mayonnaise… On peut pas dire à quoi ça goûte.

Have you ever seen the Québec classic play, Les voisins, by Claude Meunier and Louis Saia? These neighbours described mayonnaise with just the right words.

Here are a couple recipes to surprise your guests this barbecue season. Bring the good old mayonnaise to the next level!

Flavoured Butters

By Alice Mainguy 2 years ago 1217 Views

Try these spicy butters for your lobster feasts!

For tasty instant croutons, you can also freeze little portions in ice trays and store them in an air-tight container.