Are you looking for a new way to spice up some of your favourite entrées? Or perhaps you would like to try something new? Our entrées provide nutritious and versatile options that your whole family will enjoy.


3 Pepper and Peanut Beef Chili

Spice up your dinner with a delicious bowl of chili, packed with beef, chipotle and – the secret ingredient – peanut butter. Add hot peppers as desired to give your chili a kick!

Coconut Chicken Curry

This slow cooker curry will fill your house with aromatic smells to delight your senses before it's ready to serve. Mildly spiced, this recipe is a comforting dish best served over rice.

Vegetarian Pad Thai-Inspired Zoodles

A twist on a favourite, this vegetarian Pad Thai will have your mouth watering. Zucchini noodles (or zoodles) replace the traditional rice noodles for a meal that's loaded with nutrients and protein power.

Thai Flank Steak Kebobs

With the traditional Thai flavours of lime, chili and peanuts, this mouth-watering dish will add wow factor to your next barbecue. For tender and tasty bites, slice your meat against the grain and provide ample time for marinating.

Indian-spiced Shrimp Kebobs with Peanut Coconut Pesto

Elevate your weeknight dinner routine with these Indian-flavoured kebobs that have a little sweet and a kick of spice. Our take on pesto blends peanuts, coriander and coconut for a dipping sauce that is big on flavour, and better for your budget.

Spicy Tofu Peanut Kebobs

Warmer weather means more outdoor entertaining. If your guests are vegetarian, these spicy tofu and vegetable kebobs are a crowd-pleaser for veggie-lovers and meat-eaters alike.

Spring Fling Quinoa Bowl

Quick, healthy and completely customizable, this quinoa bowl is a delicious vegetarian option. With crunchy flavours and a tangy Asian-inspired dressing, this one-bowl delight offers a tasty protein boost.

Salmon with Peanut Cucumber Relish

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.

Ginger Chicken and Spring Vegetable Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

Add some extra protein to your stir-fry with this quick and easy 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.

Rib Eye Steak with a Roasted Tomato, Peanut & Jalapeno Relish

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.

Spicy Chicken with Peanuts

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!

Soba Noodle Vegetable Salad

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!

Peanut-Crusted Oven-

This oven method is healthier and easier than frying fish. Serve with a side of your favourite vegetables, steamed green beans or peas, and cooked rice for a well-balanced meal.

Chicken with Yellow Peanut Sauce

This dish, inspired by Asian flavours, will leave your tastebuds tingling! Perfect for a dinner party, your guests will be swept away with your culinary skills.

Peanut-Breaded Fish

With the perfect blend of crispy and tender, this tasty peanut covered fish dish will leave you wanting more!

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Did You Know?

  • peanut-butter-jar
    Peanut butter was invented around 1890 as a health food for the undernourished.
  • peanut-protein
    The peanut contains more protein than any other nut.
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    Peanuts are 100 per cent cholesterol-free and contain oleic acid, a heart-healthy source of unsaturated fat.

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    The peanut is also called the earthnut, groundnut and goober pea.

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