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Everyone has their favourite takeout foods. If you have been wanting to recreate that delicious burger or noodle bowl, go no further! Avoid the lineups at the drive-through or waiting for delivery and make your favourites right at home. Here is our top 10 list of some of our most popular takeout worthy recipes.
This delicious take-out worthy pizza is super easy to make and is a perfect meal for those busy days. You can adjust the spiciness, depending on your family’s preference.
Crushed pretzels give these juicy beer-spiked burger patties some extra crunch. Top them with our mouth-watering Beer-B-Q Onions.
Cooks Note: Alternatively, Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a large nonstick frypan over medium heat. Cook patties in batches until browned on both sides and completely cooked to 160°F, about 5 - 7 minutes per side.
One of the most popular Thai dishes. Our version is made with tofu, scrambled eggs, bean sprouts and peanuts and then topped with a homemade pad Thai sauce.
These doughy green onion cakes are similar to those you’ll find in Chinese restaurants. Grill them up on the barbecue and serve them as an appetizer with our Spicy Soy Dipping Sauce.
Cooks Note: Alternatively, brush both sides of cakes with canola oil. Grill cakes in batches over medium-high heat on frying pan, about 3 – 5 minutes per side.
This beef stir-fry is a lighter version of the Chinese restaurant classic. Serve this ginger and hoisin-flavoured dish over rice or noodles for a quick weeknight dinner.
Butter chicken is an East Indian dish popular in many restaurants. Here’s our version.
Samosas are traditional Indian pastries filled with meat or vegetables. We use store-bought phyllo pastry for this vegetarian version and stuff it with potatoes, onion, peas and Indian spices.
Souvlaki meat skewers are a staple of Greek cuisine. We do this pork version on the barbecue. Serve them as an appetizer with our Tzatziki as a dip or stuff them into pitas for a handheld meal.
Cooks Note: Alternatively, bake skewers in a 400°F oven until the meat is completely cooked, about 15 - 20 minutes.
Marinating chicken in buttermilk before breading and frying ensures moist and tender meat underneath that crispy fried exterior.