Bring a little comfort to your kitchen this holiday season by adding our slow-cooker pulled pork tacos to the menu. This is the perfect dish for casual entertaining.
Not only is this recipe delicious but it’s nutritious, too.
A bowl of creamy sweet potato soup is the perfect dish for cool autumn days.
This Vietnamese soup, called pho (pronounced ‘fuh’), doesn’t have to be relegated to lunch or dinner. In fact, it’s also commonly eaten as a hearty, satisfying breakfast.
Spiralize carrots into gluten-free, low-carb “noodles” to replace the pasta in this Chicken Pad Thai recipe.
This soup can be spiced up with a sprinkle of cumin or paprika, or you can swap the chicken for fresh crabmeat.
Ground turkey breast is lean, and you need a little olive oil to brown it. Sweet potatoes are high in vitamins A and B6, and a good source of fibre. They are also full of beta-carotene, which helps inhibit cancer cell growth.
This spicy, broth-based Mexican soup is great for dinner parties because your guests can customize their soup right at the table.
Apples, leeks and onions are caramelized and mixed with yogurt and nutmeg to make a flavourful topping for chicken breasts.
If you have never tried fennel soup, you are really missing out on something unique. It’s like a leek and potato soup with a bit more interest and a great silky texture that just begs for a roaring fire on a wintry day.
An exotic spin on traditional mushroom soup, using crabmeat.
This terrific dish is simple to make. Prepare the mushroom and lemon sauce and breadcrumbs ahead of time and boil the tagliatelle just before you need it.
This mouth-watering mac and cheese is healthy and dairy-free without skimping on flavour.
Hot Mexican jalapeños add a peppery bite to what otherwise would be a humdrum corn soup.