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This westernized version of your favourite appetizer from Indian restaurants is baked instead of deep fried. The result may not be as crispy, but is just as flavourful as what you are used to, plus it’s delicious served warm or cold. We love pairing it with a cucumber mint dip (try our tzatziki) or a peach or mango chutney.

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This Savory Oats with Ontario Greenhouse Grown Tomatoes recipe is the perfect addition to your breakfast menu. While many people love a hearty bowl of fruity oats for breakfast, sometimes something savory is a good change of pace. These savory oats with Ontario greenhouse grown tomatoes are packed full of fibre, protein, and warming curry flavour, which you might think is odd first thing in the morning, but rest assured it’s a delicious warm bowl to wake up with.

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Southwestern Taco Salad

This vegetarian take on a taco is loaded with seasonal veggies and topped with an avocado and lime-infused dressing that you’ll want to drizzle over every dish you make. Feel free to add a piece of chopped grilled chicken or fish to the dish to make it more meaty.

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This long, slender vegetable is a perennial plant and a member of the lily family. Everything you need to know about asparagus and more!

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Simple Roasted Asparagus

This simple roasted asparagus is so tasty and ready in under 15 minutes! Enjoy as a side or add it to other meals like pastas, egg dishes and buffet tables.

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Fruit kabobs are a perfect treat to make with kids. Use a variety of your favorite fruits to create colorful patterns and even use small cookie cutters to create fun shapes.

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