Toasting nuts always brings out the flavour, and adding maple syrup adds a hint of sweetness. Substitute pecans, if you prefer.
Maple Toasted Walnut and Pear Salad
Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta
We know, we know- Brussels sprouts are not a popular vegetable! They are really good for you, so don’t let memories of overcooked, grey sprouts stop you from trying this fabulous recipe.
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.
Serve this small salad as part of a Japanese meal, perhaps to accompany a bento box.
Garlic-Braised Kale and Corn
If the kale leaves are particularly large or seem tougher than usual, remove the centre rib of the kale leaves, as well as the stems.
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 Smash
Smashed potatoes are a restaurant-style mashed potato, where the potatoes are left in chunkier bits. This smash featuring our artichoke and asiago dip will dress up any roasted meat or poultry.
Creamy Tomato Sauce with Pasta
A quick and easy pasta for a weeknight. Evaporated milk adds wonderful creaminess to the sauce, as well as making this a good source of calcium with 260 mg per serving.
Green Curry Halibut
It’s summertime and the cooking is easy. Thai Green Curry sauce is your ticket to this exotic one-dish meal.