Baked beans make a great base for eggs in this easy, all-in-one pan breakfast. Perfect for weekend brunch.
Skillet Baked Eggs & Beans
Shaved Asparagus and Spinach Salad
Thin asparagus shavings are tossed with dressing and served raw in this tasty side salad. Make sure your vegetable peeler is sharp for this recipe. A Swiss-style peeler makes this a snap.
Indian Red Bean and Goat Cheese Naan
Naan bread is the base for this pizza-like snack, topped with beans, cumin and coriander for an Indian twist. In the summertime, you can also barbecue the naan breads on a greased grill over medium heat for a lovely grilled flavour.
Easy Egg Fried Rice
If your family loves fried rice at your local Chinese restaurant, try this easy at-home version. With egg and bacon, this is a main course, but if you’d like you can serve smaller portions as a side dish.
Exploding Tuna, Broccoli and Cheddar Sweet Potato Skins
Always keep a few cans of tuna on hand- it’s a great source of protein, reasonably-priced and infinitely versatile. Try this baked sweet potato, stuffed to bursting.
Apple Berry Breakfast Crisp
Tart apples such as Northern Spy or Ida Red are ideal for crisps and crumbles. Dark berries add a boost of beneficial phytochemicals.
Quick Butter Chicken
PC Blue Menu Butter Chicken Cooking Sauce has 60% less fat than our regular cooking sauce, but it is every bit as delicious. This is an economical way to stretch one tray of chicken breasts to feed six.
Butternut Squash & Black Bean Chowder
Fall flavours of squash, sage and corn make this a wonderful cold weather meal. Pancetta gives this hearty vegetable chowder a lift.
Green Bean and Fennel Chicken Salad
The warm green beans will soften the fennel and red pepper in this main course salad with residual heat, making their texture more yielding.
Grilled Romaine Chicken Salad
We even grilled the romaine lettuce in this tasty grilled version of a chicken Caesar salad! If you find your onions often fall through the grate when grilling, try this tip: before placing them on the grill, skewer each slice with a wooden toothpick.