Mahi mahi is a relatively low-in-fat fish, but is still a source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Mild and sweet, it does not taste “fishy”, making it a good pick for people who don’t like fish much but want to get some into their diets. In the summer, grill the fish; mahi mahi is meaty and firm making it a good grilling fish.
Seared Mahi Mahi Salad with Tangerine, Guava and Pink Peppercorn Dressing
Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble
No need to thaw the fruit for this delectable breakfast crumble. Knock it together as soon as you get up and shower and dress while it bakes for a delicious hot breakfast even the kids will appreciate.
Chicken-Tofu Pad Thai
Pad Thai cooking sauce takes much of the work out of this traditional Thai noodle dish that looks as great as it tastes. You can use 200 g shelled raw shrimp in place of the chicken, if you prefer.
This hearty, family-pleasing meal is a Tex-Mex lover’s delight. Use 1-3/4 cups (425 mL) of whatever PC salsa you have on hand; you could also add 1 can of drained corn in with the beans.
Easy Flax Granola
Make home-made granola on Sunday to enjoy all week. Flax is a wonderful source of omega-3 polyunsaturated fat, beneficial to coronary health and brain development. Substitute your favourite nut if desired, such as pecans or walnuts.
Citrusy Tuna and Chickpea Pasta
Fennel has a slight licorice flavour, and is a commonly partnered with fish or seafood. You can use orange or lemon rind as you prefer; any citrus makes a great foil for fish. This recipe is a great way to stretch a can of tuna to feed six, without anyone feeling deprived.
Layered Salad to Go
Cheer up your lunch time routine with this colourful and nutritious salad. Make on Sunday night and chill for three ready-to-go lunches.