Quinoa is the it grain! Higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates than other grains, it is a nutritious addition to your diet. In this restaurant-worthy barbecued salad, it’s paired with grilled beef and veggies.
Charred Beef and Vegetable Quinoa Salad
Miso-Glazed Cod with Brown Rice Edamame Pilaf
Miso or fermented soybean paste is often used in Japanese cuisine. You can find it in the refrigerated natural foods section of the grocery store.
Scallops with Garlicky Black-Eyed Peas
Black-eyed peas are a good source of calcium, fibre and folate, as well as being low on the glycemic scale.
Wild Mushroom Barley Risotto with Scallops
This woodsy risotto would be at home on the menu of a gourmet restaurant. Barley gives a chewier, less creamy risotto than does rice.
Cheesy Swiss Fondue
A fun fondue the whole family will enjoy! With a wide variety of dippers, there’s something for everyone, but you can switch them up to suit your family’s taste: If no one in your family likes potatoes, for instance, omit them and double up on bread.
Pesto Halibut with Cherry Tomato Chow
Chow down on this delicious entrée and savour the flavour combinations.
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.
Tofu Vegetable Lasagna
Lasagna makes a hearty main course. The fussy part is always the layering- the preparation for this meatless version is easy, and once it’s in the oven, you can put your feet up!
Cedar Planked Salmon
Impress your friends, and yourself, by trying this trendy, delicious method of cooking salmon! You’ll have to watch the grill carefully, so choose an easy make-ahead salad or a PC product to round out the meal.