Rich, spicy and good for you. This dish is made with succulent halibut and crunchy wasabi peas and is filled with spicy flavours of Japanese cuisine. This recipe is a definite Mountain Trek favorite! We like to serve Halibut when it is fresh and in season.
Bison Chipotle Chili
- 12 oz. ground bison
- 1 Tbs. oil
- 1 tsp. basil
- 1 tsp. oregano
- ½ Tbs. cumin powder
- 1¼ Tbs. chilli powder
- 1 tsp. chipotle tabasco sauce
- ¾ tsp. natural liquid smoke
- ½ Tbs. tamari
- ¾ c. diced onions
- 1 c. diced celery
- ¾ Tbs. minced garlic
- 1¼ c. diced carrots
- ¾ c. diced zucchini
- ½ c. diced red pepper
- ¾ c. canned tomato sauce
- 1½ c. canned diced tomatoes
- ¾ c. veggie stock
- 1 c. cooked beans (kidney, pinto, black)
- 3 oz. canned corn
- 1¼ Tbs. fresh lime juice
- Sauté vegetables and bison with oil until tender.
- Add tomatoes, broth and spices and simmer on very low for 1 hour.
- Add lime juice just before serving.
If you’re the type of person who needs a little jump start in the a.m., and there isn’t any caffeine coursing through your veins, the next best thing is Mountain Trek’s Morning Ginger Tea. When taken in the first 30 minutes after you awake, it helps your body end it’s overnight fast, charge up your metabolism and prevent nausea. Follow it immediately with a morning smoothie and you’re good to get in that hour of morning yoga before you eat breakfast. It’s also great anytime during the day, in moderation, of course.
What’s so special about ginger? It’s not just a food and spice. It’s a medicine. And, it’s quite possible that ginger is nature’s best combination of detoxifier, anti-inflammatory and digestive aid, all-in-one. The people of East Asia have known it for thousands of years. They still use it as treatment for a broad spectrum of ailments ranging from respiratory problems associated with colds and flu, preventing nausea, increasing the appetite, livening the libido, addressing circulation problems and reducing joint pain.
It’s no wonder it’s nickname is “the miracle root”. It’s pretty amazing. The robust rhizome earns it’s kudos, considering it also increases absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients into the body which boosts the immune system. Whether taken internally as a tea, dried, candied, pickled, fresh, juiced or as an oil (it can also be applied topically or added to water in a bath), ginger is an incredibly effective, ancient solution to many of the health issues we still face today.
It’s time to put more life into your salads. Spruce them up with these two delicious Mountain Trek dressings.
Feeling in the mood for mexican but want to skip all those heavy burritos and cheese dishes. Try our non-alcoholic Sangria.
This Asian Chicken Salad with Thai Dressing is packed with greens, protein and a zesty lime punch. This recipe is perfect for a weekend picnic or lunch with the gals.