This pita sandwich is a bit of a show-off, but you can hardly blame it when it’s so juicy, crunchy, sweet and ever-so-slightly spicy.
Sriracha – a mildly spicy chili sauce with a hint of garlicky sweetness – is an ideal base for a sticky, lime-scented chicken wing glaze.
Revamp deviled eggs with a spicy curry twist.
These flavourful crab remoulade cups are made with flaky phyllo pastry. We suggest using crab claw meat for the remoulade, if available.
Packed full of healthy ingredients and diverse flavours, this salad is a wonderful companion to roast chicken. The ingredients can vary with whatever produce is seasonal. Making it is an excellent opportunity to use up any vegetables in your crisper, too.
This healthier version of chili nachos packs a good dose of fibre and plenty of calcium.
Cod fish is an excellent source of vitamin B12, which is important for healthy skin, hair and nails.
This recipe calls for two peppers, which make four stuffed halves; kids might want one half, adults might want two’so double this recipe if needed. For a different flavour, try quinoa instead of rice. Or substitute ground chicken for the turkey, or feta cheese for mozzarella or Asiago.
This is a flavourful way to cook tofu’crusted with sesame seeds, then grilled to perfection.
Many people don’t realize that you can eat beets raw. The first ones of summer are perfect in this coleslaw. Serve it on its own, topped with hard-boiled eggs, or alongside barbecued steak.
Try this new spin on a favourite fish for dinner tonight. Topped with sautéed mushrooms, and garnished with green onion, this salmon is sure to be a repeat dish.
While lamb’s flavour is a bit stronger than other meats, it makes a moist and delicious main course. And not all lamb is from New Zealand; we have wonderful fresh Canadian lamb available in grocery stores and butcher shops across the country.
Sweet potatoes, an excellent source of beta-carotene, are glazed with antioxidant-rich cherry juice concentrate’a great combination for enhancing immunity and preventing cancer and heart disease.
Quick-cooking quinoa is combined with mango, red pepper and walnuts for a tasty, healthful salad.
Nutrient-dense sweet potato and salmon, two of nature’s greatest superfoods, combine with zesty onion and tangy fresh dill to create a tasty and healthy lunch or dinner entrée.
With a little advance planning, this warm and comforting rice bowl topped with chicken and veggies can be ready in minutes. Alter the combination of vegetables depending on what you have on hand.
A whole-grain bagel and chicken make this a filling lunch that’s much healthier than a chicken salad sandwich you’d buy.
Satisfy your sushi cravings with this delicious and easy-to-make alternative.
The simple combination of ingredients and diverse textures in this lunch offer a twist to the traditional sandwich.