A modern take on Prime Rib and Yorkshire Pudding, turns fine-dining into an everyday 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.
This Canadian Maple Turkey Chili is, frankly, as Canadian as it gets!
This nutritious dish is high in protein and it also provides good amounts of omega-3 oils and anti-oxidants.
Chicken soup has long been used as a comfort food for the sick, and it’s no wonder why! This quick recipe is rich in fibre, anti-oxidants and anti-bacterial properties.
This modern take on the traditional Irish recipe uses lean lamb steaks instead of the usual tough, fatty cuts. Use your choice of potatoes and carrots.
At first glance, this looks like a scrumptious cake, but slice it and your guest will see an equally scrumptious meat loaf. Surprise someone on April Fool’s Day or make it for dinner as a great conversation piece.
Accented with seasonal cranberries, fresh sage and crunchy walnuts, this holiday recipe will leave you and your family coming back for more.
This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
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 is a great winter soup, and it freezes well, too! Simply divide it into individual portions before freezing. Use some different beans in the recipe – chickpeas or lentils are both great options.
This great-tasting, medium-hot curry is made with tofu – an exceptionally nutritious and low-fat ingredient that soaks up the fragrant flavour of the spice paste.
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.
Let the kids get a little messy at dinner time with these delicious sloppy joes.
Vine leaves are available from good delicatessens or the delicatessen counter in large supermarkets. They come in large packs, so divide them into smaller packages and freeze them.
Feeling adventurous? Try this recipe that combines rich venison medallions with sautéed apple slices and wild blueberry sauce.
Pan-fried lamb meatballs make a delicious filling for warm pita bread pockets, packed out with a crisp cucumber and leafy salad. Serve with cherry tomatoes.
Use a mixture of fresh mushrooms, widely available at farmers’ markets and supermarkets, for making this quick, woodsy-tasting soup.
This amazing soup is perfect for a cold autumn’s day.