Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

July 24, 2017

Recipes

Recipes

Melt-in-Your-Mouth Mun or Poppy Seed Cookies

These light and thin, easy-to-roll cookies are a lovely way to break the fast

Montreal Bagels

You can wait to visit Montreal or try this absolutely authentic, good-enough-to-open-a-Montreal-bagel-franchise recipe

Great Lakes chowder

We recommend using either of Lake Erie’s most famous fish: perch or pickerel for this hearty fall dish

Rustic fruit tarts

These tarts are made by folding the edges of the pie dough over the top of the ripe fruit filling, creating a rustic, free-form look.

Soft pretzels

Take matters into your own hands and whip up a batch of soft pretzels. These are delicious with honey mustard sauce.

Barley with nuts and dried fruit

Crunchy with almonds and pine nuts, this casserole is perfect alongside baked ham or turkey.

Cranberry Apple Pie

Here’s a delicious twist on a harvest classic

Cranberry Biscotti

Easy to make and great for dipping.

Cranberry Loaf

This yummy loaf is perfect for breakfast, or as a lunchbox snack.

Cranberry Sauce

Not just for Christmas turkey, this sauce is great with pork too.

Cranberry Tea Biscuits

These delightful biscuits burst with flavour!

Provençal tomato casserole

This casserole is best in summer when the tomatoes ripen on the vine, but the herbs and balsamic vinegar perk up winter tomatoes, too. If you like, assemble it ahead of time and bake it at the last minute.

Puffy oven apple pancake

Large and puffy baked pancakes are popular throughout Europe; this one is from Finland. The proportion of eggs, milk and flour varies from one recipe to another. It puffs up to make a golden, crusty cradle that can be filled with fruit or berries. A 17-inch (43-cm) slope-sided paella pan is perfect for baking the pancake.

Chickpea curry with fresh dill leaves

This recipe traditionally uses a split and skinned Indian chickpea called chana dal, but canned chickpeas work just as well. Also it uses dill leaves in the typical Indian style: as a vegetable, rather than an herb.

Shrikhand with yogurt cheese, saffron and pistachios

Shrikhand is one of those rare desserts that’s not only yummy, but virtually guilt free. The only fat here comes from the whole-milk yogurt. You could also use low-fat yogurt, but it yields less yogurt cheese and you will have to adjust the sugar accordingly.