If you’re like us and endlessly scrolling on TikTok, you’ve definitely come across some of our viral recipes. Since March 2020, we’ve been serving up the most deliciously jaw-dropping dishes from sweet and savoury pork floss scallion rolls with honey butter to spicy udon carbonara. We see what you’ve been craving in the comments and are working tirelessly in the kitchen whipping up exactly that. Our creators at Food Network Canada are just as hungry as you are for new and exciting recipes. If your mouth isn’t watering by now, perhaps one of our top 10 viral recipes on TikTok will ignite some foodie inspiration.
Cantonese Chow Mein
As our most popular recipe on TikTok, these soy sauce pan fried noodles are an immersive flavour experience. Crispy with just a touch of sweetness, fans were raving over this creation from Food Network Canada recipe developer Sonia Wong. If you’re looking for a quick and easy meal that encompasses all the flavours of a classic Chinese dish, look no further than Sonia’s delicious chow mein.
Food Network Canada recipe developer Zahra Kasmani outdid herself with this one. A simple yet flavourful onion pakora is the perfect afternoon snack alongside warm masala chai. Fans on TikTok were loving how easy it is to make the recipe and how it’s the perfect comfort food substitution for popcorn.
Air Fryer Chicken Katsu
Who doesn’t love air fryer chicken? This crispy treat is the literal definition of comfort food. Our TikTok followers were so excited to find a new way to change up their air fryer chicken game. We’ve tried this recipe multiple times and can confirm its absolutely delicious.
If you’re tired of the typical ketchup and mustard combo as condiments, you have to try this Ghanaian shito. Dubbed the most popular condiment in Ghana, this spicy and aromatic topping is packed with flavour. Fans in the comments were fantasizing about all the possibilities of what to pair it with. Honestly, we would put it on just about anything.
Pumpkin Pie Squares With Candied Pecans
Who says you can only eat pumpkin in the fall? Not us! When resident Baking Therapy expert Sabrina Stavenjord crafted these mouthwatering pumpkin squares, fans immediately stated their desire to have them all year long. We support sweet indulgences at any season and for any reason. If you’re in the mood for a gourd-geously flavoured dessert, try this one out.
Ghanaian Jollof Rice
Just so you know, this is probably the most delicious preparation of rice you will ever have. Packed with rich umami flavours, this classic West African jollof rice makes the perfect side to any dish.
Spicy Jalapeno Nacho Cheese Dip
It’s no secret that cheese dip and chips are a perfect pairing. But have you ever had Food Network Canada recipe developer Marcella DiLonardo’s spicy jalapeno nacho cheese dip? If you’re looking to add a little spice to your soiree, this is the only dip you should be reaching for.
Hong Kong French Toast
This recipe is so simple, but more than the sum of its parts. Hong Kong French toast is an old-school classic served up at local cafes in Hong Kong. Followers loved finding out a new way to use peanut butter for breakfast, and were eager to try this recipe out ASAP. If you’re looking for a quick and easy recipe for breakfast, this should be your go-to.
Smoked Bone Marrow Poutine
Poutine is just one of those dishes and that is undeniably Canadian. From the stringy cheese curds to the savoury gravy and crispy fries, this dish is absolutely irresistible. Would you believe Chef Matt Basile took all the greatness of poutine and added bone marrow? This is one of those dishes that you have to try to believe. Packed with tons of flavour, this is a poutine you’ll never forget.