No need to travel to China for some great Shanghai Noodles!
Finding time to make a home-cooked meal is challenging for most, and making use of the freezer is a great way to stay on track for those extra busy weeks. This recipe can be prepared in advance, frozen, reheated and served over pasta for a quick and easy meal.
This recipe’s combination of turmeric, coconut milk and curry creates a sweet and rich sauce that complements the fresh flavours and satisfying crunch of the green beans and carrots. Finished with tart lime juice and cool cilantro, this recipe makes the perfect vegetarian main.
Inspired by the Canadian flavours we all know and love, this Sparkling Maple and Bacon Jam melds nostalgic ingredients together in a new way.
February is Heart Month, and this easy-to-make Chana Masala recipe from Becel® proves that managing your heart health can be delicious too.
The variety of grilled vegetables of different colours in this recipe, served Italian-style with a romesco sauce, makes for a hearty appetizer!
Leeks contain flavonoids with powerful anti-oxidant effects. Here, they are combined with nutrient-rich green peas and the anti-oxidants of mint.
Mushroom soup that looks like a milkshake? It’s an April Fool’s Day recipe that will surprise your guests, but could be placed in bowls and made any time of the year!
These awesome appetizers start off with a delicious meat base mixture that you can also use to make a simple stir-fry recipe.
Roasting the carrots enhances their natural sweetness in this aromatic soup. The caraway seeds complement the carrots beautifully.
You can use any type of Indian curry paste, from a mild korma to a spicy vindaloo, or leave it out altogether for a simple vegetable and lentil soup. Throw in a handful of leafy greens such as baby spinach or kale at the end of cooking for an extra boost of vegetables.
This gorgeous red soup will brighten any autumn or winter meal. Its rich colour reflects its high anti-oxidant content. Roasting enhances the natural sweetness of vegetables such as capsicums, tomatoes and onions.
One of the secrets to a great-tasting soup is adding aromatic vegetables such as onion, carrot and celery. This is a thick and hearty soup!
This holiday season, impress your family and dinner guests with this succulent roast pork recipe that’s juicy on the inside and has the right amount of spice!
A light, colourful curry that is very quick and easy to make, this is packed with anti-oxidant-rich vegetables. Sweet potatoes, in particular, are an excellent source of betacarotene and vitamin C, and have a higher vitamin E content than any other vegetable. Serve with naan bread.
Fennel, green beans, and white kidney beans add folate, calcium, and fibre to an earthy chicken dish.
Here’s a meatless soup with plenty of protein and fibre. The earthy flavour of black beans, cumin, and coriander is balanced by sour cream and tomato. If you like it spicy, you could add a jalapeño pepper to the green bell pepper.
This is the perfect snack to pair with your potion or a hearty stew or soup. The spooky bread fingers are the perfect fuel to keep little hands from dipping into their trick or treating bag all night long. Up the gore factor and serve them alongside your favourite red pasta sauce for a truly bloody start to your night.
Paella is usually made with specific varieties of polished white rice that cook quickly and create a lovely texture. This brown rice paella retains the traditional flavours of paella while adding more nutrition.
The flavours of lemongrass, basil, chili and coconut milk come together in this quick and easy recipe. If you want a bigger meal, simply serve the mussels with steamed brown rice and a crunchy Thai-style green salad.