This plant-based Miso Ramen using Lotus Foods Millet & Brown Rice Noodles comes together so quickly, you may never go back to using broth packets. This recipe uses vegetable broth, but feel free to use mushroom broth for extra richness and umami flavour!
This Whole30 take on Kung Pao Chicken is bursting with Umami flavour thanks to Red Boat Umami Salt! The slight sweetness comes from the date sweetened Sichuan stir fry sauce. Make sure to have your fresh ingredients ready, because this weeknight favourite comes together in minutes!
This simple flavourful dip, layered with hummus, tzatziki, and fresh toppings is quickly assembled and makes a wonderful appetizer! We recommend using Simple Mills Mediterranean Herb Veggie Pita Crackers. They are perfect for scooping.
This easy weeknight meal featuring Full Green Cauli Rice is filled with tender beef and crunchy broccoli! The best part is, the cauli rice packs an extra serving of vegetables and is ready in less than 3 minutes using the microwave or sautéed in a pan!
Nothing sounds better than a hot bowl of soup on a winter day. This flavourful fajita soup is no-fuss, and ready in no time! Serve with fresh cilantro, diced avocado, and crushed Siete No Salt Tortilla Chips for texture and crunch!
Hearty beef stew with a twist! Warming spices, tender beef, and bright citrus flavour from Mina Preserved Lemons make this dish worth adding to the weeknight dinner rotation. Be sure to serve this flavourful stew with Full Green Vegi Rice for extra vegetables!
Cajun spice adds just the right about of “zip” to this effortless but flavourful almond flour pasta dish! Using Primal Kitchen No Dairy Garlic Alfredo not only saves time, it makes this dish perfectly creamy and dairy free!
This twist on Shakshuka using Maya Kamal Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce is exactly what you need to spice up your weekend brunch! The sauce does all the work, all you need is a couple fresh eggs, and basic pantry staples!
Zapping citrus for 15 or 20 seconds helps break down carbohydrates in the fruit and encourages maximum liquidity...
Cold citrus doesn't release its juice as easily. This is due to two factors. First, the juice-containing vesicles in a citrus fruit are made of the complex carbohydrates pectin and cellulose. These carbohydrates are strong in colder temperatures and so are less likely to release the juice. Second, all citrus juices contain sugar, which means the viscosity of the juice also increases as temperature decreases. That's why it helps to toss the fruits into the microwave for 15 or 20 seconds just before juicing. You want to get the fruit just barely warm, not hot.