Kladdkaka is a Swedish cake that is more commonly known as chocolate mud cake. This cake does not use baking powder, and reminds me of brownies. It is often served with whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream.Although, I discovered that this cake is also delicious with the creamy nutmeg sauce that I make with my coffee cake recipe.
Kraft Dinner seems to be a Canadian icon. This meal is often a favourite of children and often a survival tool for the starving university student. Quick and easy to make, it sometimes pays to have a few boxes handy in case you get inundated with children.
Sugar fudge is a sweet dessert which can be tricky to master. Recipes online offer various methods, including the use of thermometers or precise timings. This variant is mother makes this dish a reality. She occasionally checks to see if the fudge is ready before pouring it onto the plate.
When I ventured out into the real-world, this recipe was one of my go-to meals. This dish is simple, and straightforward. It combines pasta, cheese, mushrooms and a soup base to create a tasty dish which is ready-to-serve within an hour.
Also known as Chicken à la King is one of my go-to recipes, that I can cobble together in under 45 minutes. While this meal is traditionally served on toasted garlic bread, I often serve it atop some rice as shown.
This is one of my favourite side dishes that uses an outdoor grill. The#Corn is wrapped in foil to stay warm while guests eat their meals (or return for seconds). This recipe prepares one, simply repeat for each ear of corn.
This dish has been one of my go-to side dishes for years. This recipe combines all of the elements of baked potatoes into one. The cooking process will melt the butter over the potatoes, onions and garlic to create this ready to eat dish.