Make this aromatic and satisfying beans and greens side dish and impress your guests with your pro kitchen skills.
This salad is a perfect partner for lamb or chicken, or can be served as a starter before a light main course.
This meal-in-a-bowl needs only a green salad to round it out as a dinner or a hearty lunch. Replace the toasted baguette slices with handfuls of ready-made croutons, if desired.
This dish is hearty without being heavy. It’s sure to become one of your go-to winter classics.
This Mushroom Quinoa Risotto boosts fibre and protein by swapping arborio rice for a whole grain.
Whole-grain pasta is a good source of fibre, and olives are a Med diet staple that’s high in antioxidants.
Using some of the shellfish cooking liquid to make the salad dressing enriches the flavor.
In this delish dish, the veal is pounded out ultra-thin, making it ultra-fast to cook.
This chicken has the fragrant flavours of the Middle East’your kitchen will smell amazing as this cooks. (This recipe can also be made using skinless chicken breasts.)
For this fricassee, a selection of colourful vegetables is lightly cooked in a tarragon-flavoured stock, which is finished with sour cream to make a wonderful, creamy coating sauce. Serve with whole-grain or seeded bread, for a delicious, satisfying meal.
This is a dish of bright, vivid colour and bold flavours. Onions, tomatoes and red peppers make a chunky vegetable sauce for chicken pieces, with spicy chorizo sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, rosemary and olives adding tastes of the Mediterranean. Serve with crusty bread so you don’t waste any of the delicious juices.
Perfect for summer lunches or an alfresco dinner party, this informal dish is simple to make and very healthy. Serve with slices of toasted ciabatta.
Chicken and spicy chorizo sausage combine well with vegetables and lentils, which are naturally low in fat and a good source of fibre, to create this hearty and flavourful pan-fry. Serve with a green salad to round out the meal.
An ideal dish for entertaining, this colourful and exotic dish is made with a mixture of white fish and seafood, plus red pepper, asparagus, tomatoes and artichokes. Serve with a green salad.
The salty tang of pancetta creates a flavourful base for this risotto, offsetting the milder flavours of chicken and zucchini. This dish is a great way to make the most of a bountiful crop of summer zucchini.
In Greece, this dish is traditionally made in clay pots, but you can use a casserole dish or Dutch oven. Serve as a main course over a bed of rice with a green salad or steamed vegetables on the side.
This simple sautéed chicken recipe is delicious served with your favourite vegetable side dishes.
Make this dish when wild mushrooms become available at your local farmers’ market. The greater the variety of mushrooms, the more flavor your risotto will have’each mushroom adds its own complex flavor, aroma and colour. In the restaurant, we use foraged wild mushrooms. While in Italy, I had the opportunity to purchase a beautiful Italian white truffle, so I jumped at it.
Serve this German stuffed pork loin recipe with vegetables on the side.
High in protein and in flavour, this salmon salad is a refreshing take on fish and peas.