This brown rice bowl with creamy avocado chunks, blackened peppers, roasted fennel and mashed garlic dressing is a weeknight dinner that won’t disappoint.
These baked jalapeño poppers are just a healthier version of your favourite app.
Cold days call for a soup that showcases winter’s bountiful harvest. In-season vegetables such as turnips, carrots, and celery combine for a warm meal.
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.
This delicious soup has such a citrus kick, it’s the perfect lunch-time meal. Just make it quickly when you’re at home or bring it to work in a Thermos.
Flavourful ingredients wrapped in a corn tortilla and covered in cheese in 4 easy steps. What else could you want?
Fresh Asian-inspired flavours shine in this crunchy, colourful diet-friendly salad. Spoon slaw over tacos or enjoy it as a side salad.
You’ll love this healthy spin on a Mexican classic.
Elevate your go-to chicken soup recipe with your favourite warming Indian spices. Serve with whole wheat chapattis or naan bread.
This stuffed-pepper recipe is packed with iron.
The perfect accompaniment to heavier dishes like casseroles and roasts!
Because of the ginger, this carrot soup has a warming effect whether served warm or cold.
These Spanish-Style Eggs are perfect for weekend brunch.
Give ‘Taco Tuesday’ an upgrade with the addition of lean top sirloin and homemade guacamole. Our recipe has all the details.
Egg Tacos with Avocado Sauce are a fun twist on taco night.
I love my curry spicy, so I included a pinch of chili flakes to give it a bit of a kick’but leave it out if you aren’t a fan of heat. The beauty of a curry dish is that it’s versatile and will work with just about any meat or vegetables you have available.
Jalapeños range in heat. Before adding one to a recipe, I taste a small bit; if it’s really hot, I add less. Fennel has a licorice flavour and adds a nice crunch to the chili. Always rinse canned beans before adding them to a recipe to remove any excess sodium. You can replace the extra-firm tofu with tempeh; this will add more texture and a nutty, mushroomy flavor.
Spicy foods help to fill you up on fewer calories, and they boost calorie burning, too. When cutting or seeding hot peppers, use rubber or plastic gloves to protect your hands, and avoid touching your face.
An avolicious variation of a traditional Mexican stew enjoyed on Mexican Independence Day among other festivals.
Turkey sausage is lower in fat than pork sausage. After handling jalapeños or other spicy peppers, be sure to wash your hands and avoid touching your eyes, as the capsaicin from the peppers will burn. Of course, if you’re not a huge fan of spicy foods, skip the jalapeño.