A super, Indian-influenced dish that you can make on a busy weeknight. The sauce is made, the veggies are chopped, all you have to do is chop some chicken and stir it together. You’ll want to serve rice to soak up all the delicious sauce.
Butter Chicken Casserole
Creamy Oven Risotto with Prosciutto, Peas and Goat Cheese
This oven method produces a delicious, creamy risotto without all the stirring.
Crispy Tortilla Chicken Casserole
Think of this as a Mexican lasagna! Much easier to make than a traditional lasagna, but cheesy, tomatoey and delicious!
Egg N Cheese Pasta
Many toddlers have an aversion to strong flavours; this pasta dish is mild but tasty enough for the whole family to enjoy. Older children may appreciate a garnish of chopped green onions and crumbled cooked bacon.
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.
Pasta and sauce is a childhood staple; for baby’s first taste, try this version the whole family can enjoy. Use a slotted spoon to pull out al dente pasta for the adults to eat, and cook the rest of the pasta until it is soft for baby.
Smashed Potato Salad
This easy potato salad makes a great lunch or dinner for busy toddlers. If your kids prefer a creamier potato salad, stir in milk 1 tablespoon at a time to desired consistency. For adults, top with chopped green onions and freshly ground black pepper