Eating heart smart? We chose these heart healthy supper recipes because they are lower in fat and sodium but still high in taste. Enjoy.
Spring marks the opening of the Walleye season. Serve up this decadent one-pot fish -fry using your day’s fresh catch and reap the spoils of your “hard work”.
Recipe and image courtesy of CanolaEatWell
Classic partners – pork, apples and cabbage – combine with barley in this hearty oven-baked meal. Adding the elements to the oven in stages allows each to cook for just the right amount of time. The simple sauce, made with milk, is the perfect finishing touch for a dinner the whole family will love.
Recipe and image courtesy of DairyFarmersofCanada.ca
Smoked salmon and fresh dill add a delicious contrast in flavours to this quick and easy frittata. Ready in under 15 minutes, serve this dish at your next brunch or get-together and enjoy more time with your guests!
Recipe and image courtesy of Eggs.ca
This chicken is easy to prepare and just as tasty as deep-fried chicken, yet much healthier.
Recipe and image courtesy of CanolaInfo