Add some maple in your salads to enhance the taste. Marinade: on your meat, preferably poultry. Excellent as barbecue sauce. Salad: mix several types of salads (endive, Arugula, radichio). To the dressing, add Dijon mustard, an orange zest, salt and pepper if necessary. Heat dressing in the microwave on high for a few seconds. Drizzle the salad and mix.
This Quebec strawberry vinaigrette also has a touch of fir and pepper that goes well with lamb, pork and, of course, in salads. Its acidulous side, from Quebec kombucha, will tickle your taste buds.
Ajoutez un peu d'érable dans vos salades pour en rehausser le goût. - En marinade : sur vos viandes, de préférence les volailles. - En salade : mélangez plusieurs types de salades (endive, roquette, radichio). À la vinaigrette, ajoutez-y de la moutarde de Dijon, un zeste d'orange, du sel et du poivre si...
Composed of leeks and Labrador tea, this vinaigrette reminds us of the flavor of caramelized onions. Add this vinaigrette to your vegetable or fish papillote to enhance the taste. It can also be added to Dijon mustard, shallots and a few drops of Tabasco to make a sublime tartar sauce.
This vinaigrette made with Gaspésie kombu seaweed and a delicious blend of vegetables goes perfectly with your seafood and fish. It can be mixed with mayonnaise, onions, shrimps, lobster and even good toast. Its level of acidity is higher which will add a unique taste to your shellfish rags.
A surprising dressing. The intense taste of balsam fir, sweetened by the raspberry and the cranberry, gives your taste buds a new spectrum of flavors to discover. This dressing is perfect for a green salad that accompanies a grilled steak or a soft piece of chicken.
A dressing with a very subtle aroma. The distinguished taste of white spruce, mixed with strawberries and wild mint, gives this dressing a very refined flavor. This dressing is totally designated for a salad accompanying pastas, white meats and, more than anything, the delicious lamb of Quebec.
The gardeners dressing! The jack pine has a very unique flavor, compared to other conifers of the boreal forest, because it grows in sandy and dried grounds. Mixed with fresh vegetables out from the garden, the jack pine reveals all of it's greatness. This dressing enhances any kind of salad, and you can even use it to replace traditionnal sushi sauce!