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Reviewed Stove Top Tamale Pie
"Very easy.. especially using Jiffy Corn Muffins Mix Clone (recipe #264541).. which make the exact amount needed. It was clean-out-the-fridge-day: added leftover corn, quinoa and cooked onions. Be sure to enough water to make it slopy before dropping the cornmeal on top.. it will make soak up some of the liquid.
Serve with a salad of avoca..."
Jan 31, 2013 on Food.com
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As a Canadian-Australian, and I feel a strong connection to both countries. Being from Saskatchewn I really miss the Ukrainian food. Not to mention picking wild Saskatoon berries, chockcherries and mushrooms, 101 different flavours of ice cream, Mom's lasagne, homemade sausages, smoky Canadian bacon and all those beautiful summer fruit pies.
When in Canada I miss the Aussie pav, fresh fruit & veg all year round, roast lamb and bee sting slice. Making fresh lemon butter. All the asian foods that are so handy, and the fantastic resturants in Adelaide. I also miss my Aussie cookbooks so I try and post recipes on here that I want to access when I am visitng Canada.
The cookbook's I refer to most are: Stefanie Alexander's "The Cook's Companion", Friberg's "The Professional Pastry Chef" and The Larwood-Shaw Pool Community Cookbook with recipes from everyone from my hometown. Really like Nigella Lawson, Bill Granger, Neil Perry, Donna Hay and Martha Stewart. I also use Super Food Ideas mag, delicious ABC mag and all the Donna Hay books and mags(of course).
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