It’s time to stock up on some pure maple syrup. And not just for pancakes, we’ve got some sweet and savoury recipes made with this all-natural sweetener.
Navy beans are slow cooked with pure maple syrup, bacon and onion in this traditional recipe right from the sugar shack.
Pouding Chomeur is a traditional French Canadian dessert consisting of a simple cake baked in a hot caramel sauce made of maple syrup or brown sugar.
Salmon fillet baked with pecans and a maple butter glaze with a little mustard and soy sauce for the perfect flavour balance.
This recipe was inspired by Canada’s First Nations people. The traditional diet of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois is comprised of three staples that they call the three sisters: squash, beans and corn. The soup’s amber colour suits the mood of a crisp and bright fall day.
Making pancakes from scratch really is no more complicated than making them from a boxed mix. They’re even better topped with pure maple syrup.