Category Archive: Seafood

Recipe: Sesquicentennial Salt Cured Maple Salmon

Canada’s 150th birthday is a time to celebrate all things Canadian. Being Canadian brings on thoughts of salmon swimming upstream to spawn, peameal bacon sizzling in a pan, beavertails on Ottawa’s Rideau Canal, and tapping maple trees for fresh syrup when the cold winter starts to break. Sifto is celebrating its 150th anniversary along with …

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Salmon Lettuce Wraps with Grainy Mustard Mayonnaise Dip

If your meals for work are starting to feel bland, try a Canadian secret for zipping up sandwiches – mustard. Homemade meals come to life with just a dash of the condiment. Mustard is a staple crop for Canadian farmers. We export it all around the world – to Europe, the United States and Asia. …

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Cod and Dill Fish Cakes with Spring Pea Salad

Put a twist on the traditional with melt-in-the-middle fish cakes Everyone would love to cook up something new in the kitchen, but sometimes time and the effort it takes hold us back. The best way to overcome this is by incorporating a new flavour or a twist on a traditional product to help add novelty …

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Ahi Grapefruit Poke

Cook with seasonal fresh produce Winter months are perfect for peak season Florida Grapefruit. This versatile super fruit enriches the flavour of both sweet and savoury dishes — adding sweetness, a pop of colour and flavour. While Florida’s climate is perfect for nurturing fresh flavour, its subtropical growing conditions that mean heavy rains, intense sunshine …

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Dungeness Crab Tacos with Radishes

Cooking with Ocean Wise executive chef Ned Bell Feel good about your dinner by choosing to eat sustainable seafood. Selecting ocean-friendly seafood is easier than you think, explains Ned Bell, Ocean Wise executive chef at Vancouver Aquarium. A champion of sustainable seafood as a means to fight overfishing, Bell’s cooking philosophy is to be globally …

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Impress Your Guests With This Stunning Seacuterie Platter

Charcuterie boards decked with rich cheeses, savoury meats, and succulent fruits have long been a favourite among dinner party guests, but a new trend in charcuterie is redefining the plate — seafood. Brimming with a spread perfect for seafood lovers, this awe-inspiring platter makes an exceptional centrepiece at cocktail parties and get-togethers. “Seacuterie is one …

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Tiger Shrimp and Glass Noodle Salad

Looking for a fresh take on pasta salad? Try Chef Gordon Ramsay’s version made using the Philips Airfryer, which combines tiger shrimp, a vegetable medley, and fresh herbs to add bright color and delicious flavors creating the perfect main course salad. Tiger Shrimp and Glass Noodle Salad Serves: 6 Ingredients: • 2 tbsp (30 ml) …

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Planked Maple-Ginger Salmon

Nothing says summer quite like a delicious dinner made on the barbecue. This year, why not try something extra when preparing your next salmon fillet? By adding a cedar plank to your barbecue routine, the salmon will pick up a woodsy flavor, along with the smokiness from the grill. Pair the salmon with sweet maple …

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Deviled Lobster – How To Make It

This recipe is very attractive and delicious too. You can use the lobster tail and claws to garnish it even more. The word “deviled” means highly seasoned and perhaps you have tried deviled eggs before. To make this recipe, you will need fresh lobster meat. After you have taken the meat out of the shell, …

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Cooking With Clams

There are more than two thousand different varieties of clams around the world with two main groups of the shellfish used most often for making many interesting seafood dishes. Soft shelled and hard shelled clams are the most popular types although the shells of both are quite hard but the formers’ are much thinner and …

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