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The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter, and everybody is starting to long for the outdoors. Here in Montreal, that means spending time on terraces with friends, food, and a refreshing glass of sangria or beer. But there’s nothing wrong with recreating that experience in your own backyard. We have ten amazing terrace-inspired recipes that are not only cheaper and healthier, but just as tasty (or even tastier) than what you might find at your local pub!
Caesar salad is always on the menu at bars and pubs. It’s fast, easy, and usually pretty good. There’s nothing unhealthy about it per se, but often, restaurants will add way too much dressing, which can not only be unhealthy, but can make the salad soggy and lifeless. There can also be a ton of sodium hiding in that dressing and in the chicken. With a homemade, healthy version, you know exactly what you’re getting.
Nachos are another crowd pleaser, but they aren’t always filling and can get pretty messy. This tortilla dish has all the flavours you’d find in a classic plate of nachos and you can prepare it in advance. It’s just as gooey and delicious and really kid friendly, so the whole family can enjoy a bit of sunshine and a good meal.
There probably isn’t a single restaurant in Montreal that doesn’t have a poutine hiding somewhere on the menu. This version is a little healthier, but super easy to make and just as yummy. For another authentic Montreal terrace experience, you can add curry sauce instead of gravy. You wouldn’t think it works, but it is delicious!