This Mac n’ Cheese is so addictive, you’d never know it was full of root veggies! Go on and have seconds!Read More
Juicy, easy and saucy. The best fall warmer-upper. Sweet and savoury and just a touch tang.Read More
We had to make a slider that’s a surefire crowd-pleaser! I hope you’ll enjoy sinking your teeth into this one. After all, it’s a classic!
Lamb + curry = love at first bite. Nothing more to be said… get cooking!
Welcome to flavour town. The charred pineapple salsa married with the teriyaki glazed pork burger is a magical gift from the slider gods. Heavenly!
This is a real crowd pleaser and we love it because it reminds us of BBQs and patios. Quinoa lends a great textural element and keeps your veggie burger intact. Slather with avocado and honey horseradish mustard– delish!Read More
Change it up from your classic glazed ham or turkey (not that there is anything wrong with those!) for a beautiful rack of pork. When you welcome your guests, they won’t be able to resist the smell…Read More
Impress your guests with the sizzling ribs glistening with the dark red pomegranate Molasses. A must-have for your summer recipes collection.Read More
Fish and Canadian Maple Mustard - a match made in heaven (grill). Bring a cedar plank into the mix and experience the magic that only takes 20 minutes to happen.Read More
Let Smak Dab’s mustard magic transform your everyday grilled chicken breasts into something you’ve never thought was possible before.Read More
Let our Canadian Maple Mustard bring out the full flavour of the tender trout in sealed packets. Choose your favourite mustard for the tartar sauce to add an extra note.Read More
Place turkey on roasting rack set in a large roasting pan. Season inside of turkey with salt and pepper. Loosely fill neck and large cavity with onion and 2 cloves of garlic; fold skin over.Read More
Place ham in a large dutch oven and cover with cold water. Bring to a boil, and simmer for 1 hour on medium low heat. Make sure to watch water levels, and add more if needed.Read More
Mix ingredients, and toss the pork chops in the marinade and refrigerate for 1 hour or overnight for the best flavor!Read More
Combine garlic, oil, rosemary, mustard, salt, pepper, and chops. Allow to marinade for 1-4 hours.Read More
Whisk all ingredients in a small bowl. Reserve 4 tablespoons of sauce and then pour the rest over the chicken, toss and cover with plastic wrap and let marinade for about 30-45 minutes in the fridge.Read More
Remove the skin from the garlic and use a zester to finely grate into a bowl. Add kosher salt, crushed peppercorns, mustard, and herbs; mix together until it forms a rough paste. Rub paste all over the roast. Cover, and refrigerate overnight.Read More