I've made this chicken recipe for years and still love it. If you like, add chopped garlic to the marinade. And don't be particular about measurements. I've given you a guide, but feel free to add more (or less) lemon juice, mustard or…
Originally published in Bon Appétit, I stumbled across this recipe on the Epicurious website. It's a real winner. So delicious and light. Poaching the fish results in buttery, flaky cod fillets.
This classic North Indian vegetarian dish is cooked in a delicious broth of tomatoes, onions and traditional Indian spices. Serve it with naan bread or steamed brown rice.
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.
Chipotle chili powder gives chili a rich, smoky flavour. Save some of this chili for leftovers - it's even tastier the next day.
This cold weather favourite is packed with fibre and protein, making it a satisfying meal. I like to toss in chopped kale or baby spinch near the end of cooking to get my greens.
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.
This delicious salmon, packed with brain- and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, is a favourite at home. Use a good quality pepper mill to coarsely grind the fresh pepper for this recipe—it makes a big difference.
High in vitamin C and iron, leeks belong to the allium family of vegetables, which is thought to play a role in cancer and heart disease prevention.
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.