Recipe Round-Up: Most Popular
Our recipe index is bursting at the seams with mouthwatering recipes that highlight the best our province has to offer. Although all our recipes make our stomachs grumble there are a few that stand out from the rest. This month we’re counting down the top five most popular recipes of 2017. So sit back, relax and scroll – who knows, you might find your dinner on this list.
1. Hodge Podge
A Nova Scotian harvest classic, this recipe for Hodge Podge remains at the top of the list year after year. This medley of fresh seasonal vegetables makes for a simple and delicious one-pot meal. What more could you ask for? While this recipe features beans, carrots and peas, the beauty of a Hodge Podge is its ability to adapt to what’s available.
2. Nova Scotia Blueberry Grunt
Nothing illustrates blueberry season in Nova Scotia quite like Blueberry Grunt. Wild Nova Scotia blueberries and fluffy biscuits combine to make a time-honoured recipe that’s easy to source and always has company asking for seconds. If Nova Scotia had an official dessert, this would be it.
3. Nova Scotia Lobster Chowder
In Nova Scotia, we’re lucky to have lobster in-season and accessible all year long – whether it’s June or January. That means this rich Lobster Chowder recipe is perfect as an appetizer for your summer lobster boil or in a heaping bowl to warm you up during the cold winter months.
4. Masstown Market Seafood Chowder
If you’re a seafood lover, grab your spoon and dive into this Seafood Chowder recipe from Masstown Market. Chock-full of haddock, cod, scallops, lobster, and shrimp it will satisfy all your seafood desires. As an added bonus, if you’re in the area, try visiting Masstown Market to source the celery, potato and other recipe ingredients.
5. Masstown Market Cinnamon Rolls
Another Masstown Market classic are these ooey, gooey and delicious Cinnamon Rolls. Masstown Market has been dazzling customers with their array of baked goods for more than 50 years, and these Cinnamon Rolls are an important staple of the legacy. Best enjoyed straight out of the oven.