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prep time

10 min

cook time

15 min
Pan-Seared Beef Medallions with Masala CreamGaram masala is the Indian equivalent to chili powder in Tex Mex cooking. You can make your own from a blend of spices but now that garam masala readily available in the spice section of major grocery stores, exotic dishes like this one don’t have to be complicated. This recipe uses full steaks, but you could also cut the steak into stir-fry strips to provide more servings and reduce the cooking time. This recipe was adapted from Chef Joshna Maharaj’s original and modified, as necessary, for home cooks.

prep time

30 min

cook time

20 min
Seared Steak and Potato Pancake with Salsa VerdeThis steak and potato recipe definitely has the chef’s touch – from the simple sauce with the pop of fresh from herbs, capers and vinegar to pique the tastebuds, to the twist on potato done rosti-style, and a pan-seared steak that’s comes down to technique to be at its best. This recipe was adapted from Chef Cory Vitello’s original and modified, as necessary, for home cooks.

prep time

20 min

cook time

35 min
Swedish MeatballsThe fresh bread crumbs are easy to make with any stale bread and when soaked in the milk, become the secret to tender juicy meatballs – the panade. Meatballs are browned and cooked in the skillet before adding to the simmering cream sauce so they have good colour and flavour but don’t discolour the sauce. Stir in the sour cream just at the end so the cream sauce does not curdle or break. Serve over cooked potatoes or with buttered egg noodles. This recipe was adapted from Chef Alexandra Feswick’s original and modified, as necessary, for home cooks.

prep time

30 min

cook time

12 min
Steak and Egg Breakfast Burritos with Pico de GalloThis is an interesting take on traditional steak and eggs for breakfast – a lighter, fresh version that’s terrific for a weekend brunch or breakfast and perfect for cottage-cooking. Any extra Pico de Gallo can be added to a vinaigrette dressing or stirred into mashed avocado for a dip. This recipe was adapted from ChefHayden’s original and modified, as necessary, for home cooks.