This veggie-packed lasagna is the ultimate healthy weeknight dinner, exploding with delicious warmth of flavours to make your taste buds soar.
Nothing like a little butternut squash to jazz up a grain salad! This hearty & healthy recipe isn’t just pretty to look at, it’s pretty tasty, too.
Cooked and lightly smoked, hot-smoked fish is a delicious way to eat Ontario-raised trout. It flakes beautifully and works well in this classic French dish. If you can’t find trout, use any hot-smoked fish.
This quick gluten-free pasta is also dairy-free. The light and lemony flavour is perfect for any day of the week, even after work.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
The easiest appetizer you’ll ever make.
Wild blueberries offer rich colour and taste heavenly alongside herbs like sage and thyme.
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.
These flavourful crab remoulade cups are made with flaky phyllo pastry. We suggest using crab claw meat for the remoulade, if available.
Cauliflower is a super-food; high intake is linked to lower cancer risk. Whip up this healthy pasta in 30 minutes or less to reap all its health benefits
When the temperatures begin to dip, turn up the heat in the kitchen with this Braised Red Cabbage recipe.
Serve with assorted raw veggies for a flavourful dip or with fresh baguette slices and crackers for a smooth spread.
This vegetarian soup packs plenty of protein. Have it on the dinner table in less than 30 minutes.
Nutty farro is an ancient grain akin to spelt; it’s high in fibre, and a good source of protein and iron.
Move over quinoa! Kañiwa is the next big thing. Packed with protein, kañiwa is easy to cook and gluten-free. Try this easy salad recipe.
Halibut is a firm, meaty fish that tastes sweet’a flavour this recipe accentuates with orange juice and zest. Like salmon and other cold-water fish, halibut is a rich source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
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.
Kebabs are always a favourite, particularly for casual entertaining. Here, lean pork is marinated in a punchy Argentinian-style sauce, then threaded onto skewers and grilled with wedges of sweet potato and slices of corn.
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.
A satisfying and comforting soup packed with a good mix of healthy vegetables that take you well on the way to your 7 to 10 a day. Enjoy chunks of warm whole-grain bread with this winter warmer.