This lamb stew is so easy to make, don’t be deterred by the amount of ingredients required. They add to the incredible warming flavours that make this recipe delicious and satisfying.
These squash pasta bowls are so easy to make and very nutrient dense. Spaghetti squash has a very stringy texture which mimics a spaghetti feel.
This is a healthy twist on Pesto Pasta using zucchini for the noodles and a toasted almond pesto sauce.
This recipe is lasagna reimagined using wonton wrappers and a muffin tray. Bakes a lot faster too.
I love the bold and complex flavours this recipe delivers. Pairs well with plain rice and a non-starchy vegetable. Yes, you can make restaurant quality food at home!
This recipe is so easy to make, just requires 2 hrs for marinating and Korean seasonings.
This is definitely not a traditional curry but it’s certainly a flavourful non-spicy and easy family meal. Makes for great leftovers also!
Who doesn’t like butter chicken? But, the calories and fat content in traditional butter chicken are cringe-worthy. Look no further than this recipe to solve for that!
This recipe came together because I had leftover rice and roast pork in the fridge. I’m not sure that it’s Hawaiian but the pork and pineapple combination is undeniably a perfect match.
I bet Okra is one of those vegetables that you overlook in the produce section. No need to anymore. This recipe is hearty like a stew and easy to prepare. Could be your next family favourite.
I love curries because they are all slightly different. This vegan curry recipe does not disappoint and is not spicy.
Don’t let the name intimidate. Bouillabaisse is a traditional fish soup from France with lots of layers of flavour. This is definitely a soup that subs as a main dish.