Tag Archives: parmesan

Linguine with chicken and creamy pesto sauce

A gourmet meal that’s ready in just 15 minutes! We are big pasta fans over here at Constantly Cooking and I am always looking for new flavour combinations to test out, preferably ones that are super quick and easy. Who … Continue reading

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Ten minute risotto another Instant Pot success!

Perfect texture and flavour in a fraction of the time! Who knew it was possible to make perfect risotto in just ten minutes? It’s become a weeknight staple for us, either on its own or as the perfect accompaniment to … Continue reading

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Cheesy Zucchini-Apple Tian

I’m always looking for new ways to serve vegetables to my family. This dish was a big hit with everyone and I especially loved it because not only is it super easy to prepare, it’s also easy to serve and … Continue reading

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Green Tomato and Romano Bean Gratin

Ask anyone to name a dish involving unripened tomatoes and you’ll most likely hear, “fried green tomatoes”. While those are popular and delicious, I knew there had to be something else I could do with them when they showed up … Continue reading

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Cavena Nuda (Oat Groats) Risotto with Squash

Oat Groats, Naked Oats or Rice of the Prairies … three names for one of the newest darlings of the Canadian farming scene: Cavena Nuda.  It’s an amazing variety of hull-less (naked, get it?) developed by researchers at Agriculture Canada … Continue reading

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Roasted Arctic char with fennel, walnuts and Parmesan

Maybe it’s my Maritime roots, but I always feel a little bit sad when I hear people say that they don’t like fish. As with so many foods, it’s often the case that they just haven’t had a chance to enjoy … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Lasagna with mushrooms, leeks and kale

Apparently lasagna’s earliest origins can be found in the culinary cultures of both Ancient Greece and Rome. I grew up eating a spicy hybrid version made with tomato sauce and Polish sausage, switching to a bolognese variety when I started … Continue reading

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