Freshly grated zucchini and finely chopped mint pair nicely with salty feta cheese and onions in this unique twist on the traditional pancake. Served with a side of sour cream, this will become a meal-time staple, from brunch to supper.
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 grilled pork tenderloin from Greenfield Natural Meat Co. and balsamic-blueberry sauce is a marriage made in heaven. Bon appétit!
February is Heart Month, and this easy-to-make Chana Masala recipe from Becel® proves that managing your heart health can be delicious too.
Few things go together as well as mushroom and bell peppers.
This Canadian Maple Turkey Chili is, frankly, as Canadian as it gets!
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.
Believe it or not, roast beef is the perfect start to a speedy grab-and-go meal like this one by health and fitness expert Dai Manuel. Use a small beef oven roast (try a quick roast such as top sirloin, sirloin tip or inside round), or use a grilling steak instead if you like.
This recipe by health and fitness expert Dai Manuel is a great way to use leftover oven roast or grilling steak. Smart cooks grill an extra steak when barbecuing in order to have one leftover to make a speedy next-day meal like this one.
Roast turkey doesn’t have to be boring and traditional. Enhance your Christmas feast with this wild blueberry stuffing and apple compote recipe.
This unusual dish is so delicious it is sure to be a big hit. Serve over steamed rice or couscous. If you are having a small holiday dinner or want something different, this is perfect.
This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
Easy to make and great to serve, this glorious ham is bound to be a hit for any holiday or special occasion.
This modern take on a classically elegant meal is perfect for the holidays.
This savoury pie recipe from Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes combines fresh tomatoes, basil and sweet onions in a delicate phyllo crust with zesty Cheddar topping. It’s so flavourful and presents so well, but it’s super easy to put together!
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!
You can make these delicious bites ahead of time and cook them straight from frozen on a moment’s notice.
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.