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.
Flaxseeds make the perfect substitute for peanuts in this allergy-friendly pad thai recipe because they have great crunch.
Once grilled, the shrimp and pineapple are easy to slide off skewers and into your wrap of choice. Serve with lime wedges and sliced avocado.
Move over avocado toast. There’s a new, and just as pretty, app that’s sure to be as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate. You can enjoy shrimp toast anytime, whether it’s just for yourself for lunch or as an app for dinner guests.
This stuffed-pepper recipe is packed with iron.
The rice, with its slightly chewy texture and Indian spices, provides the perfect backdrop for tender chicken, crunchy raw vegetables, sweet grapes and toasted nuts.
This wonderful Thai salad with fresh mint, basil, coriander and lime makes a perfect light lunch or dinner. The tender lean steak works perfectly with the crisp crunch of lightly steamed broccoli.
Meat lovers will love this filling dish.
In this crunchy raw salad, apple, carrot, celery and sprouts are tossed with sunflower seeds and dressed with a fresh lime, ginger and coriander dressing.
Sriracha – a mildly spicy chili sauce with a hint of garlicky sweetness – is an ideal base for a sticky, lime-scented chicken wing glaze.
These baked spring rolls are always the most popular appetizer at the party.
Taco night just got better.
Breakfast Sandwiches are an easy grab-and-go meal.
Spiralize carrots into gluten-free, low-carb “noodles” to replace the pasta in this Chicken Pad Thai recipe.
This Chili Shrimp Taco recipe brings the heat to dinner.
Healthy meals you can get on the table in less than 30 minutes
No Mexican Independence Day fiesta is complete without Mezcal. Blended with avocados, this spirit rises to the occasion.
This cocktail has just 105 calories and 1 gram of sugar per serving compared to the full-sugar version.
This cocktail has 21 percent fewer calories and 67 percent less sugar than the full-sugar version.
This dish is full of flavour, and packed with heart-healthy omega-3s and plenty of vitamin C.