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Here Are The 7 Canadian Dishes You Have To Try

The 7 Canadian Dishes You Have To Try

There is an incredibly diverse and exciting foodie scene in Canada and as these Canadian dishes prove good food is never far away. Some of the dishes are so well known, that they have made their way onto restaurant menus around the world.

You might not be able to travel there right now, but you can make these recipes in the comfort of your own home. They aren’t just any old recipes either as they come from some of the world’s top food bloggers. Make sure to bookmark them and check out the other recipes on their sites.

Time to get your apron on and pop into the kitchen to cook up some classic Canadian dishes…

The Best Canadian Dishes

1. Canadian-Style Shepherd’s Pie

This warm and wholesome dish is perfect to make in advance as it fill an entire tray and will last for a few days. Perfect comfort food.

Recipe created by Nicolas and Julia.

Canadian-Style Shepherd’s Pie

2. Canadian Breakfast Turkey Meatballs

These turkey meatballs coated with a maple-bacon-(non-alcoholic)-beer glaze have it all, and happily take the place of bacon and sausage on any breakfast menu.

Recipe created by Lydia.

Canadian Breakfast Turkey Meatballs

3. Poutine

Poutine is a dish that originated in Quebec, Canada. This dish consist of French fries that are topped with gravy and cheese curds.

Recipe created by Bobby.


4. Canadian Apple Butter

Canadian apple butter is the lovechild of applesauce (or jam) and butter. It’s creamy, it’s sweet, it can be eaten with a spoon, spread on your breakfast toast, on pancakes, on the bottom of your pie.

Recipe created by A La Lemon.

Canadian Apple Butter

5. Canadian Maple Bacon Jam

This recipe encompasses three delicious things: bacon, wine, and Canadian maple syrup. Perfect to make in advance and store in the fridge for when you need it.

Recipe created by Jacqueline.

Canadian Maple Bacon Jam

6. Maple Butter Blondies

These maple butter blondies are filled with white and semisweet chocolate and served with vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of maple butter syrup.

Recipe created by Laura.

Maple Butter Blondies

7. Canadian Bloody Caesar

Bloody Caesar is probably Canada’s favourite cocktail and served with wonderful crispy celery. Not technically a dish, but a great way to start the weekend!

Recipe created by Michelle.

Canadian Bloody Caesar

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