Burritos are a great way to stretch a pound of meat to feed 6, avoiding extra fat and calories. Good for the waistline and the wallet, too!
Chicken Sausage Chili Burrito
Italian Turkey Meatloaf
Shake up your meatloaf routine by making this simple turkey version. Serve with mashed potatoes and a salad. A little-known fact about turkey- compared to other meats, it is a pretty good source of calcium. Pound for pound, ground turkey is also lower in overall fat and saturated fat than ground chicken.
Turkey & Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash
All the flavours of the holiday season, without actually roasting a turkey! Acorn squash, also known as pepper squash, is a good source of fibre.
Bacon-Topped Turkey Meatloaf
Here’s a twist on meatloaf the whole family will love! The bacon on top gets slightly crispy, making it extra yummy.
Emperor’s Layered Chicken and Fragrant Rice Casserole
PC’s biryani cooking sauce takes the work out of a previously complicated dish! Add some of our authentic Indian side dishes or appetizers to make a real feast.
Curried Turkey a la King Popovers
Popovers have a crisp golden crust, and are moist and a bit hollow on the inside, making them ideal for splitting and filling. Here we use leftovers from turkey dinner.
Chicken with Vegetable Ragout
A ragout is a saucy French stew that can be made with meat or, as here, vegetables. It is much lighter than an Italian ragu, which is a thicker tomato-based meat sauce normally served over pasta.
Spinach and Chicken Supper Salad
A low stress, low fat meal you can easily make on a weeknight. Streamline your time in the kitchen by prepping the vegetables while the chicken cooks.
Spicy Peanut Chicken
Our spicy peanut satay sauce combines with the juices from the chicken and vegetables to create a delicious, light sauce. Serve with cooked rice to soak it all up!
Chicken Pot Pie
Keep your healthy eating resolutions with this savoury single crust pie! It has 40% less fat than our PC Deep Dish Chicken Pie, and 54% less sodium. Brush the rim of the baking pan with beaten egg to ensure the pastry sticks to the pan.