If you’ve never tried bulgur before, this vegetarian stuffed pepper is a perfect place to start. Whole wheat berries that have been steamed, dried and crushed, bulgur is high in fibre, B vitamins and iron.
Bulgur and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
Seared Sea Scallops with Pancetta and Pea Purée
This sophisticated first course will wow your guests.
Easy Weeknight Broccoli Pasta
Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse- it offers fibre, calcium, vitamins and phytochemicals. One bunch of broccoli is made up of several heads; one head is one individual stem plus its crown. You only need one head for this recipe.
Moroccan Chicken and Rice
This recipe cleverly disguises last night’s leftover rotisserie chicken, turning it into an exotic meal by means of dried fruit, nuts and spices.
Deep-fried chickpea croquettes called falafel are a Middle Eastern specialty and are also a popular street food in Canada’s urban areas. Here we form falafel mixture into patties instead of croquettes and reduce the fat by frying in a nonstick pan.
We named this lightning because you can make it a flash! In the true Italian manner, the dish is sparsely sauced keeping the emphasis on the pasta. Buy a bag of prewashed baby spinach to keep the preparation time down.
Artichoke and Asiago Pork
A perfect meal for a small dinner party. Don’t make the cut through the tenderloin too deep - the idea is to get an even thickness when you open it up, so you do not need to pound the meat flat before rolling.
Red and Green Sauté
This colourful sauté is a wonderful side dish to have in your repertoire. You can make it year round, and it goes well with any fish, meat or poultry dish.
One Pot Italian Meatball Soup
We’ve improved on the classic American recipe Italian Wedding Soup- normally pasta, meatballs and escarole- by using our lean meatballs and whole wheat pasta, and adding extra vegetables. A complete meal in one saucepan!
Teriyaki Tofu Noodle Bowl
Double the teriyaki, with our teriyaki tofu and our teriyaki marinade! A beautiful and colourful presentation.