Kale is a great non-dairy source of calcium, and provides iron and folate as well. Choose a bunch with perky green leaves, and remove tough stems before chopping.
Kale and White Bean Smash
Cauliflower Ham and Parmesan Frittata
Using a nonstick frying pan lets you get away with using less fat to cook the frittata. All eggs are a complete source of protein, but omega eggs also benefit heart health and brain development.
Smoky Lentil And Sausage Stew
Lentils contain lutein, a micronutrient needed for eye health, and fibre. Pick through dry lentils for stones before measuring and give them a quick rinse before using. If you have it on hand, PC Kielbasa would make a good substitute for the smokies.
Spaghetti with Peas and Peameal Bacon
Colourful and delicious, this warming dish makes a satisfying meal on a cold night.
Super Pork Stirfry
The secret of successful stirfries is mise en place, meaning have all of the ingredients chopped up, lined up and ready to go before beginning to cook. PC Frozen Ginger and Garlic are pre-chopped, putting you one step closer to supper!
Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta
We know, we know- Brussels sprouts are not a popular vegetable! They are really good for you, so don’t let memories of overcooked, grey sprouts stop you from trying this fabulous recipe.
This classic Italian dish takes very little time to prepare. It’s kid-friendly, too, with no obvious vegetables to pick out at the table.
Serrano Ham and Roasted Pear Salad
Serrano ham is a Spanish dry-cured ham, similar to Italian prosciutto but drier and firmer. It has a salty bite, so we’ve used it sparingly here, wrapping it around roasted pears for a delicious play of sweet and salty.
Chorizo and Potato Towers
Make this part of a Spanish tapas spread at your next cocktail party. Balance is key- if this is your hot selection, try spiced olives or ham and melon as your cold selection.
Barbecue Chicken Pizza
Don’t worry if your dough circle is less than round after you place it on the grill- think of this as free-form pizza!