A delightfully different way to enjoy mango. If desired, cubes of pre-roasted squash or pumpkin can be used in place of the mango.
A simple, yet richly flavoured dish. Enjoy on its own or over warm quinoa, brown rice or millet. Make lentils a regular part of your meals for quality protein and a good source of fibre. Try this recipe with different vegetables such as cauliflower or bell peppers, celery or broccoli.
An impressively rich-tasting version of a classic cheesecake, lightened up with a surprise ingredient that also adds protein – cottage cheese. In addition to Mandarin oranges, the light lemon flavour also pairs nicely with cranberries or blueberry sauce or other seasonal fruit.
Prepare the wild rice up to two days in advance to make quick work of this gorgeous salad. A perfect accompaniment to any grilled or roasted meat, also a lovely side in a packed lunch. Serve warm or cold.
The best thing to say about this recipe is…Yum! Enjoy this delicious guacamole as a snack or appetizer with a
few whole grain tortillas. It’s also nice as a side to grilled fish, chicken or any Mexican dish. Ole!
Asian greens like Bok Choy, Sui Choy and Chinese cabbage are loaded with nutrients including folic acid and calcium and well worth making a regular part of your weekly meals.
This tangy, sunny dish is perfect for a summer dinner!
With a light coconut lime flavour, this recipe features green beans, bell peppers and zucchini. Other vegetables such as spinach, mushrooms, or cauliflower could also be used.
When fresh trout is in season, this mild-tasting fish offers great variety from the usual fish selection and it’s a good source of heart-healthy omega-3 fats.
This colourful salad offers tangy flavour and crunch. Much lighter than a classic coleslaw, pack it along on your next potluck or enjoy as an accompaniment to fish, chicken or grilled tofu kabobs.