Canola Oil

Recipes with Canola Oil and Sugar

Drew Glover • June 2, 2015
Vietnamese Crêpes by Loyd Grossman
1. Sizzling Vietnamese Crêpes by Uyen Luu
Vietnamese Crêpes
Welcome to the Final of the Food Blogger Challenge. Uyen Luu's fabulous starter is a Vietnamese twist on a savoury crêpe, filled with delicious pork belly and tender prawns. Her secret to a fabulous crispy crêpe is to use rice flour and coconut milk, giving this traditional Vietnamese its unique and delicious flavor, and it's gluten free! If you like Uyen cooking in this Grokker Premium Video, Love her video below, and make sure to come back to check out the rest of the series.
2. Moist and Healthy Pumpkin Muffins
Moist and Healthy Pumpkin Muffins
These muffins contain whole wheat flour, bran, pumpkin puree, raisins, and yogurt (or buttermilk) which are all good things for our bodies as is the use of oil instead of butter. Each Pumpkin Muffin has about 200 calories and is a good source of fiber and Vitamin A.
3. Aromatic & Spicy Thai Eggplant Stir-Fry
Spicy Eggplant Stir-Fry
Quick and easy! This eggplant dish is packed with Thai flavors and makes a great main dish.
4. Chicken Teriyaki
Chicken Teriyaki
Chicken Teriyaki a simple dish made from sweet soy sauce and chicken thighs, It is usually garnished with green onions and sesame seeds. The dish has it roots in Japan but is now common in many many kitchens and restaurant around the world. The recipe can be used with many other meats such as pork, beef, or fish. My personal preference is the chicken version as chicken seems to have the perfect consistency for the dish. Pork seems to heavy, while fish is a little light. As with many foods, Chicken Teriyaki sauce is available in many supermarkets, but the homemade sauce is far nicer. For the full recipe, please visit: Chicken Teriyaki by Our Great Recipes
5. Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken Wings
Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken Wings
Easy Crokpot recipe of teriyaki chicken wings you can serve at a party!
6. Beef Tataki with Creamy Sesame Sauce
Beef Tataki & Sesame Sauce
Tender prime fillet of beef is seared to perfection and served with a sumptuous sesame sauce. Watch out for the secret ingredient as Reiko brings a middle eastern influence to this Japanese specialty. Garnished with garlic chips for flavor and texture, this elegant dish is made perfectly for sharing or as a dinner party appetizer. This Grokker Premium video forms part of Culinary Instructor, Reiko Hashimoto's, Japanese Gourmet Cooking series so do check out the rest of her collection.
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