Here’s an easy and light dinner option that combines the fresh tastes of lime and jalapeno and delivers healthy Omega-3 fatty acids. This recipe considers the nutrition needs of people who live with diabetes.
Add some extra protein to your stir-fry with this quick andeasy peanut sauce. Leftovers are delicious served in a wrap the next day for lunch. For a vegetarian option, substitute firm diced tofu for chicken, but add the tofu to pan when you add the vegetables.
Grilled steak is a classic – dress it up with this tomato jalapeno relish with a pleasing crunch from chopped peanuts. It is excellent with a tossed green salad and grilled vegetables, plus any leftovers make a delicious topping for toasted baguette slices.
With the perfect blend of crispy and tender, this tasty peanut covered fish dish will leave you wanting more!
This great dish is made with USA high-quality peanuts and is a perfect dinner for two. You’ll love the peanutty sizzle!
Make it a fun-filled dinner night with these delicious fajitas. You can have a family affair, or invite friends for the perfect shared meal with a fun twist.
This peanutty dish is perfect for sharing. Your family will beg for seconds of this tasty protein-enriched meal.
This mouth-watering marinated tofu will satisfy any vegetarian, and their taste bus too!
This Asian inspired dish will leave your taste buds tingling! Perfect for a dinner party, your guests will be swept away with your culinary skills.
The secret to this recipe is a delicious peanut sauce that tops off this dish. Perk up your chicken tonight.
This salad can be enjoyed as a meal in itself, providing nutritious and satisfying protein in every bite.
Serve this quick-to-prepare stir-fry over rice or Asian noodles. If you like a spicy stir-fry, increase the hot pepper sauce. Have your ingredients sliced before beginning to stir-fry.
With the kick of Thai spices, this dish will fulfill your take-out craving, but with the benefits of protein, fibre and vitamins. Dave’s Thai Beef Salad makes for delicious exam fuel food, lunch or dinner.
The smell of fresh garlic, the crunch of tasty peanuts, the colours of the Mediterranean. This delicious Italian meal is a filling family favourite - perfect with a simple green salad.
Why not coat a typical Southern fish with another Southern crop – peanuts. The results – delicious!
This oven method is healthier and easier than frying fish. Serve with your favourite locally grown vegetable, such as steamed green beans, and cooked rice for a well-balanced meal.
This Asian-inspired salad is stacked with nutritious ingredients. Perfect for lunch or dinner this tantalizing mix will be sure to ignite your taste buds!
This super flavourful dish contains high-quality U.S. peanuts and is rich in protein. A perfect main course for family or guests, this recipe will be a dinner favourite with just the right kick of zest!
Tender lamb legs, savory spices and sweet apricots make up this appetizing recipe. This dish contains the perfect combination of salty and sweet with just the right crunch provided by high-quality U.S. peanuts. You’ll be happy you tried it!
A colourful addition to any dinner table. Chock full of vegetables and flavour! The couscous makes a great alternative to rice or pasta.
This recipe was developed by New Delhi–born chef Suvir Suran. He established standards for Indian food in the United States when he opened restaurant Dévi in Manhattan, NY, to create the authentic flavours of Indian home cooking. He is also the author of the widely acclaimed Indian Home Cooking: A Fresh Introduction to Indian Food and American Masala, where he combines the best that both Indian and American cooking have to offer.
This recipe was developed by Iliana de la Vega, a Latin cuisines specialist at The Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio, and a founding member of the CIA’s Latin Cuisines Advisory Council. Prior to joining the CIA in 2007, Iliana won worldwide acclaim for her reinterpretation of Oaxacan moles at her restaurant, El Naranjo, in Oaxaca. Born and raised in Mexico City, she has been featured in top US publications, including The New York Times, Bon Appétit, and Condé Nast Traveler.