Plan to make enough so you have leftovers. This recipe makes a great sandwich filling!
Kidney Kitchen Cookbook
Welcome to the Kidney Kitchen Cookbook with recipes chosen specifically for people living with kidney disease as well as meal plans created by our dietitians. The Kidney Foundation of Canada plans for this resource to continue to grow and evolve: more recipes and meal plans will be added regularly, seasonal and celebration meals will be included and we encourage you to submit your recipes, thoughts and ideas. Bon Appétit!
Featured Dietitian Approved Meal Plan
If you start your meal plan on Sunday, you can take advantage of extra time on the weekend to prepare food for the week, such as muffins or roasts. This high protein meal plan will ensure you have the renal nutrition you need, while also providing a good diversity of recipes using similar ingredients so you are not running to the store to buy multiple products over and over again.
Diet Type: High ProteinView Meal Plan
Shirley, a member of kidney.ning.com, kindly tested these muffins for us. She said they were delicious, that they were nice and moist and that the raspberry's added a nice 'tang'.
Stir fries are a quick way to prepare a tasty and nutritious meal. The combination of the sweet apple pairs well with the ginger and chili flakes and makes a pleasing evening dish.
Ma Po’s Tofu is a popular dish that comes from China's Sichuan province. The sauce is a spicy bean sauce and the dish is served over steamed rice. Enjoy!
This recipe is from the new cookbook 'Kidney Friendly Cooking' produced by the Canadian Association of Nephrology Dietitians. The pilaf pairs well with chicken or pork.
When I asked Shannon Chesterfield if she could share a popular recipe from one of her cooking demos, she sent us this Spicy Shrimp Linguine recipe which is both a favourite among demo participants as well as her family. Enjoy!
Here's a great dessert that uses fresh local berries. Enjoy!