This lighter version, made with lean ground pork, apples and scallions is just as flavourful. Spread with a little sweet chili sauce for a spicy kick.
This easy and wholesome whole grain risotto is sure to bring comfort to your kitchen this winter season.
This easy steak and kidney pie pairs perfectly with a side of roasted brussel sprouts.
Grandmothers often said garlic was good for what ails you, and we now know they were right. This tomato-garlic soup uses 10 cloves, but because garlic mellows as it cooks, it has a mild, slightly sweet flavour.
Swapping out half of the beef in these burgers for the ‘meaty’ consistency and taste of mushrooms results in a hefty calorie savings.
Celery aids digestion and helps maintain the body’s alkaline balance, while eating sweet potato with a fat (there’s olive oil in the dressing) ensures you absorb its beta-carotene benefits.
Broccoli florets are a surefire way to load up on vitamin C, an antioxidant that may cut the risk of diabetes. And this vibrant green soup has spinach, too, which is brimming with vitamin K to improve bone health.
This recipe contains a perfect blend of hot and sweet. When cutting or seeding hot peppers, use rubber gloves to protect your hands, and avoid touching your face.
Here is a veggie-filled pie enriched with bits of cheddar cheese and topped with a flaky crust. And it’s pretty enough for a fancy brunch or dinner with friends.
Weight-loss bonus: With about four grams of fat in a two-ounce (60 g) serving, sirloin is one of the leanest red meat options
This updated version of a traditional recipe is ideal for entertaining. Slices of beef are wrapped around a mushroom stuffing to make rolls, which are then braised with vegetables.
A colourful vegetarian quiche with a filling of juicy roasted peppers and red onion in a tangy goat’s cheese filling.
Serve this quick and healthy salmon recipe with your favourite grain and a side salad.
The addition of walnuts and thyme adds a distinctive holiday twist to these fluffy, buttery scones. The dough can be prepared a day ahead and kept in the refrigerator’all you have to do is pop them in the oven when your guests arrive and serve with your favourite fillings or toppings.
Pork and fruit have a natural affinity: pork’s mild, tender meat pairs nicely with sweet, succulent produce. In this dish, the sweet ingredients (pears and honey) are balanced perfectly with tangier ingredients (feta cheese and cider vinegar), and then everything is topped off with toasted almonds.
Mussels are super simple to cook and travel with their own built-in sauce base. They’re easy to steam and when you do, they release a flavourful broth that many connoisseurs swear is the best part.
This quick but sophisticated roasted salmon entrée is great for dinner with friends or for a family occasion.
These sweet and savoury apple chicken snacks are a perfect lunch for those on a diet. They taste great and are virtually carb-free.
You can garnish this autumnal squash and apple pureed soup with very thin, unpeeled apple slices or with sliced green onion.
Zucchinis, eggplants, and tomatoes, gently ﬂavoured with wine and herbs, provide a melting, speedy ratatouille that perfectly complements spiced steak.