A much healthier take on fried fish, this baked version is coated in panko crumbs. You could also use our Blue Menu cod in place of halibut. Add some baked fries for a healthy fish and chips dinner.
Baked “Fried” Fish
Cedar Wrapped Cod with Maple Mustard Glaze
This makes a lovely al fresco dinner for two. Add a crisp green salad and some white wine.
Cool Cucumber Sunomono with Crab
Sunomono is Japanese for vinegared salads, especially refreshing in the heat of summer. Serve as part of multi-course Japanese meal.
Exploding Tuna, Broccoli and Cheddar Sweet Potato Skins
Always keep a few cans of tuna on hand- it’s a great source of protein, reasonably-priced and infinitely versatile. Try this baked sweet potato, stuffed to bursting.
Gourmet Open Faced Tuna Sandwich
Not your ordinary tuna sandwich, this gourmet-inspired main course is a great option for a quick weeknight dinner.
Hidden Veggie Tuna Sammies
It can be hard to get toddlers and even older kids to eat their veggies. Get creative! Finely dice celery and cucumber to stir into tuna salad sandwich filling. The kids won’t eat lettuce? Leave it off their sandwiches, but put it on yours.
Layered Salad to Go
Cheer up your lunch time routine with this colourful and nutritious salad. Make on Sunday night and chill for three ready-to-go lunches.
Many chowders are milk or cream-based, but Manhattan chowder uses tomato as the base, saving fat and calories. Plump and succulent Nova Scotian scallops top it off.
Mediterranean Wild Cod
The MSC logo on our cod is your assurance that the fish was sustainably-sourced. No need to feel guilty about your diet either; cod is a source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fat!
Pan Trout with Garlicky Rapini and Brown Rice
Rapini is an underused vegetable. Bitter and pungent, it can stand up to a lot of garlic to make a perfect foil for pan-fried trout.