Eating this burger with a knife and fork means you’ll take more time to enjoy it. Button mushrooms promote immune function and are a good source of B2 and B3 vitamins. Plus, unlike a pan-fried meat burger, this bun-less option is low in saturated fat and high in fibre.
Bring variety to burger night with these tasty burgers made with ground bison.
This colourful aromatic stew is much easier to make than it looks.
Marinated chicken strips are threaded onto skewers, then cooked and served on top of a rice and crunchy vegetable mixture and drizzled with spicy peanut dressing.
Chargrilled duck and vegetables are served on a bed of salad leaves, herbs and toasted buckwheat.
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.
Like a burrito bowl, only so much better.
Potatoes and lentils make great partners, with their earthiness and ability to carry other flavours.
Tiny green puy lentils have a slightly nutty texture and flavour. They keep their shape well once cooked, making them perfect in salads. Here they are mixed with sausages and Mediterranean vegetables, plus a handful of fresh rocket.
This heart-healthy vegetable combination is tossed with a garlic and marjoram dressing.
We know that bright orange colour means it’s chock full of vision-supporting vitamin A, but a helping of pumpkin can also help you balance out the effects of too many salty holiday snacks thanks to its high levels of potassium.
These tender, golden shrimp cakes, inspired by the flavours of Spanish tapas, are deceptively easy to pull together. Plus you can make them ahead and simply reheat.
Healthy, with a side of vegetarian meatballs.
This vivid three-vegetable mash is based on mashed potatoes tinted and flavoured three different ways with health-giving sweet potatoes, spinach and beets.
Rainbow chard always looks good on a holiday spread, plus, it has 30 percent of your vitamin A needs.
These Asian-style meatballs are always a crowd pleaser.
This soy-free, dairy-free macaroni recipe is not only easy to make, but will appeal to limited and unlimited palates and appetites alike.
Start your day off right with this delicious high-protein breakfast.
To come up with this dish, I combined some of the ingredients from various other chili recipes with what I had in my pantry and fridge. I’m flexible when I make this; I get bi-weekly deliveries from Fresh City Farms, and whatever local veggies I receive can often be easily incorporated into the chili. I’m always looking to improve the recipe; the chipotle chilies were a recent addition (I enjoy the smoky flavour they bring). This recipe is hearty, spicy, delicious and healthy’I love it!
A popular dish in Korea, bulgogi was #23 in a CNN poll of the world’s 50 most delicious foods.