Greek power bowl

Dive into the beautiful flavours of the Mediterranean with this Greek power bowl. The juicy Greek pork, the freshness of the cucumber, tzaziki sauce and fresh tomatoes complements beautifully the earthiness of the lentils, the depth of the roasted vegetables and the tang of the black olives. This dish is filled with protein and fiber which will ensure you have energy for hours. 

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You will need

Preparation

1

Prepare the lentils:Preheat the oven to 400F.

Rinse the lentils. In a pot, add the lentils and water until the  lentils are covered by 3-4 inches.

2

Cook the lentils: Bring to a boil on medium heat, then reduce heat to low. Season with salt. Simmer covered for 20-25 minutes, until the lentils are just tender, adding more water if necessary. When the lentils are done, drain them. Put the lentils back in the pot, add the Greek spice, combine and set aside.

3

Prepare the vegetables: Wash and clean all produce. Cut the bell pepper and onion in small dices.  Cut the tomatoes in 1 cm dices. Cut the cucumber in half length wide and in 1/2 cm slices.  Remove the pit of the black olives.

4

Cook the pork:  Place the pork tenderloin on an oiled baking sheet. Season with salt and pepper. Cook for 20 minutes or until the internal temperature in 155F.

5

Cook the vegetables:  Place the bell pepper and onions on an oiled baking sheet. Season with salt and pepper. Cook for 20 minutes.

Less dishes – 2 portion: Use 1 baking sheet for both the pork and vegetables

6

Plate & serve: In individual plates, place lentils, greek pork, roasted vegetables, cucumbers, tomatoes and tzatziki sauce.  Serve.

Bon Appétit

Ingredients

  • Pork tenderloin with Greek spices
  • Greek spice: Oregano, thyme, dill, garlic powder, cumin, pepper, salt, citric acid, coriander, onion powder, cinnamon, red chili flakes.
  • tzatziki sauce : Greek yogurt, cucumber, dill, salt, dill.
  • French lentils
  • Kalamata olives (black olives)
  • tomato
  • bell pepper
  • onion
  • cucumber

Health Fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

LENTILS
A large study of 16,000 middle-aged men, found that consuming legumes such as lentils lowered the chance of dying of heart disease 82%. Talk about food as medicine!

Cooking with Kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Feel free to slowly introduce new vegetables to kids. Let them help prepare the vegetables and try them raw and cooked.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help with step 5 by:

  • Plate and serve

Recommended Wine Pairing

Heritage Road Bloodstone Shiraz Grenache
Aromas of black pepper, blueberry and plum fill the glass. Flavours of ripe fruit, mulberry and blackberry finished with spicy pepper and creamy vanilla oak characters. This balanced shiraz shows rich fruit characters, a medium body and good persistence
Region: South Autralia
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 13%
Price
(SLGA): $14.65

SAWMILL CREEK SAUVIGNON BLANC
A crisp, dry wine with notes of citrus fruit, herbs and a hint of oak.
Region: Canada
Colour: White
Alcohol: 
12%
Price (SLGA): $10.09

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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information

Greek pita

These super easy and quick pitas are perfect for a busy night! After making this recipe we are sure you will be ready to take on anything! This pita is served with meatballs, tatziki sauce, Kalamata olives, cucumber, tomatoes and lettuce!  Yummy!

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You will need:

Preparation

1

Setup & prepare the vegetable: Preheat the oven to 400F. Wash and rinse all produce.
Remove the pits of the kalamata olives. Thinly slice the cucumber and tomatoes.

2

Cook the falafels: Place the Falafels on a lined baking sheet. Cook for 14 minutes.

3

Heat the pita: Preheat a pan on medium-high. Place a pita in the pan. Sprinkle a few drops of water around the outside of the pita.

Cover the pan with a lid. Heat the pita for 20-30 seconds on each side. Place in a towel to keep warm. Heat the other pitas.

4

Assemble & serve: Open the pitas, fill with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, kalamata olives, falafels and drizzle with the tatziki sauce. Roll up the pitas and serve.

Bon Appétit!

In your kit

included

2 portions

4 portions

6 portions

falafels

230 gr

460 gr

690 gr

tomato

140 gr

280 gr

420 gr

cucumber

1

2

3

romaine lettuce

60 gr

120 gr

180 gr

kalamata olives

30 gr

60 gr

90 gr

tatziki sauce

100 ml

200 ml

300 ml

pita

2

4

6

Cooking with kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registerd Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Dips and sauces can be a fun way to customize a meal to your little one’s taste preferences. Think sweet, spicy, savoury, or salty.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help by completing step 2 & 4:

  • Remove the pits from the kalamta olives
  • Assemble their pitas with the garnish of their choice

Heath fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

CHICKPEAS:
As a crop, chickpeas help restore depleted soil, require no fertilizer, and the leaves act as natural insecticides.

Recommended Wine Pairing

LA VIEILLE FERME GRAND PREBOIS
A deep purple color, this ripe selection leads with lush aromas of raspberry jam, blueberry and boysenberry, all of which carry through to the fruit-forward palate. Medium tannins and ample acidity provide good framing to the fruity richness, resulting in a crushed velvet texture.
Region: Rhone, France
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 12%
Price
(SLGA): $13.53

BOUTINOT PASQUIERS GRENACHE CINSAULT
This luscious and textural blend is very much a food wine; rich currant flavours provided by Grenache and tangy raspberry and spice from Cinsault before a dry and fresh finish.
Region: France
Colour: Rose
Alcohol:
13%
Price (SLGA): $13.52

Tags

Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information

Lentil loaves

It‚Äôs commonly agreed that no one makes “meat”loaf like Mom. We were inspired by our moms traditional recipe to create this delicious mini lentil loaves topped with a ketchup glaze, served with tender roasted carrots and potatoes, and drizzled with a classic gravy.¬†

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You Will Need

Preparation

1

Cook the lentils: Turn on the oven to 425F. In a pot on high heat, add water (3 cups,  5 cups, 7 cups). Add the lentils and bring to a boil. Cook uncovered until the lentils are fully cooked and soft Рabout 25 minutes.   Drain the lentils with a strainer and set aside.

2

Prepare the vegetables: Rinse and dry all produces. Cut the onion in small dice. Mince garlic. Halve carrots lengthwise. Cut potato into ¬Ĺ-inch-thick wedges.

3

Start baking the potatoes and carrots:  Place the potatoes and carrots* on a lined baking sheet. Add the oil (1 tbsp, 2 tbsp, 3 tbsp),  salt (3/4 tsp, 1  1/2 tsp, 2 tsp) and pepper (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp). Combine to coat evenly. Bake 30 minutes Рthe mini meatloaves will be baked on the baking sheet after 10 minutes.

*Note: If you have a 4 or 6 portions, use 2 baking sheets.

4

Make and cook the lentil loaves:  Once the lentils have 5 minutes left to cook РIn a medium pan on medium heat, add oil (1/2 tbsp, 1 tbsp, 1 1/2 tbsp) and half  diced onion cook until soft about 4 minutes. Add half the minced garlic and cook an additional minute.  Add the cooked lentils, oats, salt (3/4 tsp, 1  1/2 tsp, 2 tsp) and pepper (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp). Mash the lentils with a fork or potato masher. Ensure the mixture sticks together Рyou can add 1 tsp water at a time if needed.  Place mixture in muffin tins or form mixture into 1-inch-tall loaves (1 per portion) and place on baking sheet.  Top each loaves with the ketchup  glaze. Bake 15-20 minutes. 

4

Prepare the gravey:  Rinse the pan used to cook the lentils so you can make the gravey in it. Melt the butter or plant based butter (1/2 tbsp, 1 tbsp, 1 1/2 tbsp) in a medium pan over medium heat. Add diced the remaing diced onion cook until soft about 4 minutes. Add the flour (1/2 tbsp, 1 tbsp, 1 1/2 tbsp) and remaining garlic. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until garlic is fragrant. Whisk in vegetable stock concentrate & spices and water  (1/2 cup, 1 cup, 1 1/2 cup) Bring to a simmer and cook until thickened, about 4 minutes. Taste and adjust seasoning.

Gluten Friendly gravey: Rince the pan you used to cook the lentils. In the pan add the vegetable stock concentrate, spices & cornstarch and water (1/2 cup, 1 cup, 1 1/2 cup). Whisk the sauce and bring to a simmer on medium heat Рstirring regularly. Taste and adjust seasoning.  Turn off the heat and set aside.

5

Serve:  Slice lentil loaves in thick slices. Divide loaves, carrots, and potato between plates. Spoon gravy over meatloaves and serve.

Bon Appétit!

Ingredients

Included

2 Portions

4 Portions

6 Portions

Potato

300gr

600gr

900gr

carrots

200gr

400gr

600gr

lentils

80 gr

160 gr

240 gr

garlic

2 cloves

4 cloves

6 cloves

onion

1

2

3

oats

1/4 cup

1/2 cup

3/4 cup

ketchup glaze

2 tbsp

1/4 cup

1/3 cup

vegetable concentrate & spice blend

2 tbsp

1/4 cup

1/3 cup

Health Fact

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

Owner of: Regina Naturopathic

Oats

Chronic inflammation is thought to contribute to a number of health problems, including obesity, cancer, and heart disease. Research suggests that avenanthramides Рunique to oats Рcan reduce the expression of inflammatory molecules. 

Cooking with Kids

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Owner of: Beyond Baby Nutrition

Buffet style

Buffet Style is best. Serve your meal at the table rather than pre-portioning for your kids. Let everyone fill their plates with as much of as little as they like to eat. 

Making this recipe with kids?

Ask the child to help with the following steps:

  • Start baking the potatoes and carrots
  • Shape the meatloaves – combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Serve¬†

Local Recommended Wine Pairing

Living sky winery Currant
The favourite of the Cowboy Winemaker’s wife. Deep, rich, dry. Invokes Europe with a prairie flair.
Region: Perdue, SK
Colour: White
Alcohol:
13.1%
Price : $22.00

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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional information

Weight Watchers Smart Points

Nutritional Information

Meatloaves

It‚Äôs commonly agreed that no one makes meatloaf like Mom’s. We were inspired by our moms traditional recipe to create this delicious mini loaves topped with a ketchup glaze, served with tender roasted carrots and potatoes, and drizzled with a classic gravy.¬†

Featured Saskatchewan Products

You Will Need

Preparation

1

Prepare the vegetables: Rinse and dry all produces. Turn on the oven to 425F.¬† Cut the onion in small dice. Mince garlic. Halve carrots lengthwise. Cut potato into ¬Ĺ-inch-thick wedges.

2

Start baking the potatoes and carrots:  Place the potatoes and carrots* on a lined baking sheet. Add the oil (1 tbsp, 2 tbsp, 3 tbsp),  salt (3/4 tsp, 1  1/2 tsp, 2 tsp) and pepper (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp). Combine to coat evenly. Bake 30 minutes Рthe mini meatloaves will be baked on the baking sheet after 10 minutes.

*Note: If you have a 4 or 6 portions, use 2 baking sheets.

3

Shape the meatloaves:  While the potatoes and carrots are baking, add the lean ground beef, oats, salt (3/4 tsp, 1  1/2 tsp, 2 tsp) and pepper (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp) and half the following ingredients: onion and garlic. Combine.  Form mixture into 1-inch-tall loaves (1 per portion). 

Once the potatoes has roasted 10 minutes, remove baking sheet from oven, leaving carrots roasting. Push potato to one side of sheet. Place meatloaves on empty side; brush tops of loaves with the ketchup glaze. Return to oven and continue roasting until meatloaves are cooked through and potatoes are tender, about 20 minutes.

Ketchup glaze: ketchup, brown sugar, powder mustard

4

Prepare the gravey:  Melt the butter (1/2 tbsp, 1 tbsp, 1 1/2 tbsp) in a medium pan over medium heat. Add diced the remaing diced onion cook until soft about 4 minutes. Add the flour (1/2 tbsp, 1 tbsp, 1 1/2 tbsp) and remaining garlic. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until garlic is fragrant. Whisk in chicken stock concentrate & spices and water  (1/2 cup, 1 cup, 1 1/2 cup) Bring to a simmer and cook until thickened, about 4 minutes. Taste and adjust seasoning.

5

Serve:  Slice meatloaves in thick slices. Divide meatloaves, carrots, and potato between plates. Spoon gravy over meatloaves and serve.

Bon Appétit!

Ingredients

Included

2 Portions

4 Portions

6 Portions

Potato

300gr

600gr

900gr

carrots

200gr

400gr

600gr

lean ground beef

240gr

400gr

600gr

garlic

2 cloves

4 cloves

6 cloves

onion

1

2

3

oats

1/4 cup

1/2 cup

3/4 cup

ketchup glaze

2 tbsp

1/4 cup

1/3 cup

chicken concentrate & spice blend

2 tbsp

1/4 cup

1/3 cup

Health Fact

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

Owner of: Regina Naturopathic

Oats

Chronic inflammation is thought to contribute to a number of health problems, including obesity, cancer, and heart disease. Research suggests that avenanthramides Рunique to oats Рcan reduce the expression of inflammatory molecules. 

Cooking with Kids

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Owner of: Beyond Baby Nutrition

Buffet style

Buffet Style is best. Serve your meal at the table rather than pre-portioning for your kids. Let everyone fill their plates with as much of as little as they like to eat. 

Making this recipe with kids?

Ask the child to help with the following steps:

  • Start baking the potatoes and carrots
  • Shape the meatloaves – combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Serve¬†

Tags

Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Local Recommended Wine Pairing

Living sky winery Currant
The favourite of the Cowboy Winemaker’s wife. Deep, rich, dry. Invokes Europe with a prairie flair.
Region: Perdue, SK
Colour: White
Alcohol:
13.1%
Price : $22.00

Nutritional Facts

Weight Watchers Smart Points

Nutritional Information

Greek Meatballs

We’ve taken everything that’s delicious about Greece to bring you this easy, nourishing bowl. This Greek bowl is an explosion of Mediterranean flavours. This dish is filled with roasted Greek potatoes, Greek meatballs, cucumber, tomatoes, black olives, spinach and is topped with Greek dressing. 

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You will need

Preparation

1

Prepare the potatoes: Rinse and dry all produces. Preheat the oven to 450F.

Cut the potatoes in small dices (1 1/2cm).

2

Bake the potatoes & meatballs:  Place the potatoes on a lined baking sheet. Drizzle with oil. Season with salt & pepper and the Greek spice. Combine to coat evenly. Bake 15 minutes.

Reduce the heat to 350F. Add the Greek meatballs to the baking sheet. Cook an additional 20 minutes*.

Note: Ensure the meatballs are cooked to at least 160F.

3

Prepare the vegetables & olives: Cut the tomatoes in medium dices. Cut the cucumber in thin slices.

Remove the pits from the Kalamata olives and roughly chop them.

4

Garnish & serve: In individual plates, place spinach, roasted potatoes. meatballs, tomatoes, cucumber, fetta and Kalamata olives. Drizzle with Greek dressings. Serve.

Bon Appétit!

What's In my kit

Included

2 Portions

4 Portions

6 Portions

Greek meatballs

220gr

440gr

660gr

Potato

500gr

1000gr

1500gr

Greek spice

1 tsp

2 tsp

3 tsp

cucumber

1 small

2 small

3 small

tomato

80 gr

160 gr

240 gr

kalamata olives

40 gr

80 gr

120 gr

fetta

40 gr

80 gr

120 gr

spinach

70 gr

140 gr

210 gr

greek dressing

1/3 cup

2/3 cup

1 cup

Health Fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

BLACK OLIVES
Olives are a key component of the mediterranean diet, the diet that has the most evidence for long term health outcomes.

Cooking with kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Buffet style

Buffet Style is best. Serve your meal at the table rather than pre-portioning for your kids. Let everyone fill their plates with as much of as little as they like to eat. 

Making this recipe with kids?

Ask the child to help with the following steps:

  • Start baking the potatoes
  • Prepare the olives, cucumber & tomatoes
  • Garnish & serve¬†

Recommended wine pairing

Homestead Bar À Vin

Josh McLean, Owner

Call 306-586-9720 to order your wines. Click here  to see their full wine offering.

Bret Brothers, M√Ęcon 2016

Region:M√Ęcon, France
Colour:
White
Alcohol: 12.5%
Price
: $45.75

Azimut Blanc 2017

Region: Penedès, Spain
Colour: White
Alcohol:
11.5%
Price: $20.27

Saskatchewan made wine recommendation

Living sky winery Rhubarb
Mellow earthy rhubarb with a delightfully light, lemony touch.
Region: Perdue, SK
Colour: White
Alcohol:
12.7%
Price (SLGA): $23.30

Ingredients

  • potatoes
  • feta: pasteurized goat’s milk, calcium chloride, microbial enzyme, bacterial culture, packaged in brine (water, salt, calcium chloride, lactic acid, natamycin)
  • kalamata olives
  • tomato
  • cucumber
  • beef & pork meatballs: Prairie meats old fashion meatballs, dill, oregano, lemon zest, mint, garlic granule, black pepper.
  • Greek spice: dill, oregano, lemon zest, mint, garlic granule, black pepper.
  • Greek dressing: grapeseed oil, lemon juice, apple cider and/or red wine vinegar, dijon mustard, brown sugar, dill, oregano, lemon zest, mint, garlic granule, salt, black pepper.
No dairy adaptation:
  • no dairy/vegan feta:¬† coconut milk, cashews, nutritional yeast, maple syrup,¬† garlic granule, salt, pepper.
 

Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Weight Watchers Smart Points

Nutritional Information

Rainbow chicken bowl

This bright and colorful bowl is filled with the nutritious goodness of 3 superfoods: quinoa, spinach + red cabbage! This dish keeps you feeling full thanks to the combination of protein and fiber in these superfoods. This bowl is so easy to make you will be surprised how fast supper is on the table! This dish is filled with colorful vegetables and finished with a delicious  orange dijon dressing.

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You will need:

Preparation

1

Cook the Chicken and Boil Water for the Quinoa: Turn on the oven at 375F for the chicken. Bring  the water (4 cups, 8 cups, 12 cups) to a boil in a pot on high heat for the quinoa.

Place the lemon chicken  on a non stick lined baking sheet, coat the chicken with oil (1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp, 3/4 tsp) and sprinkle with salt  (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp). Once the oven is hot, bake the chicken for about 20 minutes*. Let rest for about 5 minutes and cut the chicken in 1/2 cm slices.  

*Note: Ensure the chicken is cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 165F. 

2

Cook the Quinoa: Place the quinoa in a strainer and rinse well.

Add the quinoa to the boiling water, reduce the heat to low/medium and cook uncovered until desired texture is reached: 15 Р18 mins. Using a strainer strain and rinse the quinoa. Ensure all water is drained from the quinoa. 

3

Prepare the Vegetables: Wash and rinse all produce. Cut the carrots and the cucumber in 1/2 cm slices. Cut the bell pepper in 1/2 cm slices. 

4

Assemble & serve: In individual bowls place the cooked quinoa, lemon chicken, carrots, bell pepper, red cabbage, spinach and cucumber. Garnish with orange dijon dressing.

Bon Appétit!

Ingredients

2 portions

4 portions

6 portions

lemon chicken breast

220 gr

440 gr

660 gr

quinoa

2/3 cup

1 1/3 cup

2 cup

mini cucumber

1

2

3

carrot

100 gr

200 gr

300 gr

pepper

1

2

3

red cabbage

100 gr

200 gr

300 gr

spinach

60gr

120gr

180gr

orange dijon dressing

3 tbsp

1/3 cup

9 tbsp

Cooking with Kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registerd Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Dips and sauces can be a fun way to customize a meal to your little one’s taste preferences. Think sweet, spicy, savoury, or salty.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help by completing step 3 & 4:

  • Prepare the vegetables
  • Assemble & serve

Health fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

CABBAGE
A study found that women that regularly consumed cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, kale) had fewer menopausal symptoms.

Recommended Wine Pairing

LA VIEILLE FERME GRAND PREBOIS
A deep purple color, this ripe selection leads with lush aromas of raspberry jam, blueberry and boysenberry, all of which carry through to the fruit-forward palate. Medium tannins and ample acidity provide good framing to the fruity richness, resulting in a crushed velvet texture.
Region: Rhone, France
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 12%
Price
(SLGA): $13.53

BOUTINOT PASQUIERS GRENACHE CINSAULT
This luscious and textural blend is very much a food wine; rich currant flavours provided by Grenache and tangy raspberry and spice from Cinsault before a dry and fresh finish.
Region: France
Colour: Rose
Alcohol:
13%
Price (SLGA): $13.52

Tags

Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information

Greek pita

These super easy and quick pitas are perfect for a busy night! After making this recipe we are sure you will be ready to take on anything! This pita is served with meatballs, tatziki sauce, Kalamata olives, cucumber, tomatoes and lettuce!  Yummy!

Featured Saskatchewan Products

You will need:

Preparation

1

Setup & prepare the vegetable: Preheat the oven to 400F. Wash and rinse all produce.
Remove the pits of the kalamata olives. Thinly slice the cucumber and tomatoes.

2

Cook the meatballs:Place the Greek meatballs on a lined baking sheet. Cook for 20 minutes.

3

Heat the pita: Preheat a pan on medium-high. Place a pita in the pan. Sprinkle a few drops of water around the outside of the pita.

Cover the pan with a lid. Heat the pita for 20-30 seconds on each side. Place in a towel to keep warm. Heat the other pitas.

4

Assemble & serve: Open the pitas, fill with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, kalamata olives, meatballs and drizzle with the tatziki sauce. Roll up the pitas and serve.

Bon Appétit!

In your kit

included

2 portions

4 portions

6 portions

Greek meatballs

230 gr

460 gr

690 gr

tomato

140 gr

280 gr

420 gr

cucumber

1

2

3

romaine lettuce

60 gr

120 gr

180 gr

kalamata olives

30 gr

60 gr

90 gr

tatziki sauce

100 ml

200 ml

300 ml

pita

2

4

6

Cooking with kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registerd Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Dips and sauces can be a fun way to customize a meal to your little one’s taste preferences. Think sweet, spicy, savoury, or salty.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help by completing step 2 & 4:

  • Remove the pits from the kalamta olives
  • Assemble their pitas with the garnish of their choice

Heath fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

SEASONAL VEGTABLES
Eating seasonal vegetables, ideally local if possible, is not only an important environmental strategy, but also has many health benefits. Vegetables grown in season, have higher soluble vitamins and flavonoids (those disease fighting powerhouses).

Recommended Wine Pairing

LA VIEILLE FERME GRAND PREBOIS
A deep purple color, this ripe selection leads with lush aromas of raspberry jam, blueberry and boysenberry, all of which carry through to the fruit-forward palate. Medium tannins and ample acidity provide good framing to the fruity richness, resulting in a crushed velvet texture.
Region: Rhone, France
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 12%
Price
(SLGA): $13.53

BOUTINOT PASQUIERS GRENACHE CINSAULT
This luscious and textural blend is very much a food wine; rich currant flavours provided by Grenache and tangy raspberry and spice from Cinsault before a dry and fresh finish.
Region: France
Colour: Rose
Alcohol:
13%
Price (SLGA): $13.52

Tags

Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information

Greek chicken power bowl

Dive into the beautiful flavours of the Mediterranean with this Greek power bowl. The juicy Greek pork, the freshness of the cucumber, tzaziki sauce and fresh tomatoes complements beautifully the earthiness of the lentils, the depth of the roasted vegetables and the tang of the black olives. This dish is filled with protein and fiber which will ensure you have energy for hours. 

Featured Saskatchewan Products

You will need

Preparation

1

Cook the lentils: Turn on the oven to 400F to cook the vegetables. In the sink, place the lentils in a strainer and rinse it well. In a pot, add the lentils and water depending on the size of your pot (2 cups, 4 cups, 6 cups), The water should cover the lentils by at least 3-4 inches. 

Bring to a boil on medium heat, then reduce heat, add salt (1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp, 3/4 tsp), and simmer covered for 20-25 minutes, until the lentils are just tender, adding more water if necessary. Be sure not to overcook them. When the lentils are done, drain them well using a strainer. Put the lentils back in the pot, add the Greek spice, combine and set aside.

2

Prepare the vegetables:  While the lentils are cooking, wash and clean all produce. Cut the bell pepper in 2 cm dice and onion in 1 cm dices.

3

Cook the chicken & vegetables:  Place the onion and bell pepper, and greek chicken on a baking sheet lined with parchment or non stick liner. Drizzle the vegetables with oil (1/2 tsp, 1 tsp, 1 1/2 tsp), sprinkle with salt (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp) and pepper (1 pinch, 1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp). Cook about 18 minutes Рuntil the chicken is cooked and until the vegetables are cooked through and are starting to become roasted.

Note: Ensure the chicken is cooked to at least 165F.

4

Prepare the tomatoes, cucumbers and black olives:  Cut the tomatoes in 1 cm dices. Cut the cucumber in half length wide and in 1/2 cm slices.  Remove the pit of the black olives. .

5

Plate & serve: In individual plates, place lentils, greek chicken, roasted vegetables, cucumbers, tomatoes and tzatziki sauce.  Serve.

Bon Appétit

Ingredients

  • Pork tenderloin with Greek spices
  • Greek spice: Oregano, thyme, dill, garlic powder, cumin, pepper, salt, citric acid, coriander, onion powder, cinnamon, red chili flakes.
  • Tzaziki: Greek yogurt, cucumber, dill, salt, dill.
  • French lentils
  • Kalama olives (black olives)
  • tomato
  • bell pepper
  • onion
  • cucumber

Health Fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

LENTILS
A large study of 16,000 middle-aged men, found that consuming legumes such as lentils lowered the chance of dying of heart disease 82%. Talk about food as medicine!

Cooking with Kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Feel free to slowly introduce new vegetables to kids. Let them help prepare the vegetables and try them raw and cooked.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help with step 5 by:

  • Plate and serve

Recommended Wine Pairing

Heritage Road Bloodstone Shiraz Grenache
Aromas of black pepper, blueberry and plum fill the glass. Flavours of ripe fruit, mulberry and blackberry finished with spicy pepper and creamy vanilla oak characters. This balanced shiraz shows rich fruit characters, a medium body and good persistence
Region: South Autralia
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 13%
Price
(SLGA): $14.65

SAWMILL CREEK SAUVIGNON BLANC
A crisp, dry wine with notes of citrus fruit, herbs and a hint of oak.
Region: Canada
Colour: White
Alcohol: 
12%
Price (SLGA): $10.09

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Greek power bowl

Dive into the beautiful flavours of the Mediterranean with this Greek power bowl. The freshness of the cucumber, tzaziki sauce and fresh tomatoes contrast beautifully the earthiness of the lentils, the depth of the roasted vegetables and the tang of the black olives. This dish is filled with protein and fiber which will ensure you have energy for hours. 

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Preparation

1

Cook the lentils: Turn on the oven to 400F to cook the vegetables. In the sink, place the lentils in a strainer and rinse it well. In a pot, add the lentils and water depending on the size of your pot (3 cups, 6 cups, 8-9 cups), The water should cover the lentils by at least 3-4 inches. 

Bring to a boil on medium heat, then reduce heat, add salt (1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp, 3/4 tsp), and simmer covered for 20-25 minutes, until the lentils are just tender, adding more water if necessary. Be sure not to overcook them. When the lentils are done, drain them well using a strainer. Put the lentils back in the pot, add the Greek spice, combine and set aside.

2

Prepare the vegetables:  While the lentils are cooking, wash and clean all produce. Cut the bell pepper in 2 cm dice and onion in 1 cm dices.

3

Cook the vegetables:  Place the onion and bell pepper dices on a baking sheet lined with parchment or non stick liner. Drizzle the vegetables with oil (1/2 tsp, 1 tsp, 1 1/2 tsp), sprinkle with salt (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp) and pepper (1 pinch, 1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp). Cook for about 15 minutes in the oven or until the vegetables are cooked through and are starting to become roasted.

4

Prepare the tomatoes, cucumbers and black olives:  Cut the tomatoes in 1 cm dices. Cut the cucumber in half length wide and in 1/2 cm slices.  Remove the pit of the black olives. .

5

Plate & serve: In individual plates, place lentils, roasted vegetables, cucumbers, tomatoes and tzatziki sauce.  Serve.

Bon Appétit

Ingredients

Included

2 portions

4 portions

lentils

3/4 cup

1 1/2 cup

2 1/4 cup

Greek spice

3/4 tsp

1 1/2 tsp

2 1/4 tsp

onion

1 small

1 medium

1 large

bell pepper

1

2

3

tomato

40 gr

80 gr

120 gr

cucumber

1

2

3

tzatziki sauce

45 ml

90 ml

135 ml

black olives

30 gr

60 gr

90 gr

Health Fact

Regina Naturopathic

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

LENTILS
A large study of 16,000 middle-aged men, found that consuming legumes such as lentils lowered the chance of dying of heart disease 82%. Talk about food as medicine!

Cooking with Kids

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Lacey Engel, Registered Dietician

Cooking for kids?
Feel free to slowly introduce new vegetables to kids. Let them help prepare the vegetables and try them raw and cooked.

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help with step 5 by:

  • Plate and serve

Recommended Wine Pairing

Heritage Road Bloodstone Shiraz Grenache
Aromas of black pepper, blueberry and plum fill the glass. Flavours of ripe fruit, mulberry and blackberry finished with spicy pepper and creamy vanilla oak characters. This balanced shiraz shows rich fruit characters, a medium body and good persistence
Region: South Autralia
Colour:
Red
Alcohol: 13%
Price
(SLGA): $14.65

SAWMILL CREEK SAUVIGNON BLANC
A crisp, dry wine with notes of citrus fruit, herbs and a hint of oak.
Region: Canada
Colour: White
Alcohol: 
12%
Price (SLGA): $10.09

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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information

Mediterranean sunshine on quinoa

This beautiful sunshine filled bowl is the perfect supper during a sunny day. It is filled with 2 proteins: quinoa and chickpeas (in the roasted bell pepper and lemon dressing). This Mediterranean dish is filled with tomatoes, cucumber, spinach, quinoa, black olives and is topped with roasted bell pepper and lemon dressing. This recipe is super easy and delicious! 

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Preparation

1

Start the quinoa:  Cook the quinoa like pasta.

Add the quinoa to the boiling water, reduce the heat to low/medium and cook uncovered until desired texture is reached: 15 ‚Äď 18 minutes. Using a strainer, strain and rinse the quinoa.

2

Heat the chickpeas & finish the quinoa:  Add the lemon chickpeas to the quinoa. Let heat through while completing step 3.

Using a strainer, strain and rinse the quinoa.

3

Prepare the vegetables & olives: Wash and rinse all produce. Cut the tomatoes in medium dices. Slice the cucumber.  Remove the pits from the kalamata olives.

4

Serve РBowl style: In individual bowls place the quinoa,  spinach, cucumber, tomatoes and kalamata olive. Drizzle each bowl with sundried tomato lemon hummus. Serve. Serve. Combine all the ingredients together before eating to ensure a perfect bite everytime.
Drizzle each bowl with sundried tomato  lemon hummus. Serve.

Zesty tip: This dish is also delicious the following day. Add the hummus just before eating – the vegetables will stay crunchy.

Bon Appétit!

Ingredients

included

2 portions

4 portions

6 portions

quinoa

2/3 cup

1 1/3 cup

2 cup

lemon chickpeas

220 gr

440 gr

660 gr

spinach

70 gr

140 gr

210 gr

mini cucumber

2

4

6

tomato

1

2

3

kalamata olives

30 gr

60 gr

90 gr

sundried tomato lemon dressing

80 ml

260 ml

340 ml

Health Fact

Dr. Craig Herrington, Naturopath

Regina Naturopathic

LEMON
Lemon are not only a rich source of vitamin C, but the juice can also help the body extract beneficial phytonutrients from other food. One study found that adding lemon to vegetables made the nutrients in those vegetables 30% more absorbable!

Cooking with Kids

Lacey Engel, Dietician

Beyond Baby Nutrition

Cooking for kids?
Slowly introduce new flavours to children: e.g. Sundried tomatoe lemon hummus. 

Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help in step 3 & 4.

  • Wash and rinse all produce. Remove the pits from the kalamata olives.
  • Serve¬†

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JP CHENET RESERVE PINOT NOIR
Raspberry and cherry aromas with a touch of spice. A red berry flavour with a medium finish.
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Alcohol: 12%
Price
(SLGA): $15.04

COPPER MOON CHARDONNAY
A lemon yellow coloured wine with aromas of ripe apple, pear, pineapple and a touch of floral. It is a soft, medium-bodied wine with flavours of ripe stone fruit and a touch of citrus on the finish.
Region: British Columbia, Canada
Colour: White
Alcohol:
13%
Price (SLGA): $11.13

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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free. 

Nutritional Information