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Old 12-17-2014, 03:46 AM   #1
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Montreal seasoning!

Hello all, itís party time everywhere and hope you all are ready for Xímas. We are celebrating our 10íth wedding anniversary this sunday. My DH and I love the grilled steaks and for this Xmas we are planning to have grilled chicken using montreal chicken seasoning. Yesterday, I bought Montreal seasoning from Horton spices ( Markham ) and I was thinking of using it before grilling chicken. I am also thinking of serving Chicken Fajitas and Roasted Trout. For the desserts we are planning to keep Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake. But I want to add a surprise element to it! So I am thinking of including a Mexican dish for the main course. How about Beef and Pork Tamale Pie? Any other ideas?I also want a recipe for it which it loaded flavor, but not too ordinary. He loves tasting new recipes! Please do reply!


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Old 12-17-2014, 07:49 PM   #2
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I would think it would be ok to use "mccormicks montreal seasoning for chicken", if you use it like seasoned salt, maybe. A pie seems kind of hard to time if it's a casual affair, but ok...nice. Are you good at those?
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