Entrees

Entrees

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Grilled Tofu with Sautéed Greens

My vegetarian dinner guests love this dish and so do I! Feel free to use other greens in place of the spinach, such as bok choy or Swiss chard. If you don’t have black sesame seeds, regular white sesame seeds work just as well.

Quinoa-Stuffed Red Bell Peppers

Pale yellow quinoa is the most widely available variety of this whole grain, though some natural food stores carry a dark reddish-brown variety. Both are prepared the same way. If you want a more colourful dish, use equal parts yellow and red quinoa.

Salmon with White Wine, Lemon and Garlic

The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada recommends that adults consume fish, especially fatty fish such as salmon, at least twice a week. Salmon is not only packed with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, it also leads the pack when it comes to vitamin D.

Falafel Wrap with Lemon Tahini Sauce

Falafels are often deep-fried which gives them a crunchy texture, but also extra calories. This recipe uses a little oil for pan-frying, which results in a crispy texture with less added fat.

Chickpea Curry

Serve this rich, fragrant curry with steamed rice or a piece of naan bread. You can substitute just about any protein-rich food for the chickpeas, including lentils or tofu.

Grilled Balsamic Portabello Mushrooms

Portabello mushrooms have a meaty texture and rich flavour, making them a tasty vegetarian alternative to a steak or a beef burger. I also like to add sliced grilled portabellos to a platter of mixed grilled vegetables. So easy and so delicious.

Thai Roasted Trout with Fresh Lime

Rainbow trout is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids that help keep your heart, brain and eyes healthy. This dish is as delicious as it is simple to make.