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The Main is a stylish half-hour of mouth-watering, visually appetizing dishes. In each episode, Chef Anthony Sedlak prepares a dish featuring one main ingredient.
Main updates the classic soup and sandwich. Anthony Sedlak makes grilled aged cheddar cheese sandwiches with crisp sliced pear and a sweet onion relish. Tagging along is herbed mustard dipping sauce. The soup of the day is traditional French onion soup with a bubbly aged cheddar topping. This is the perfect fare for a snow day.
This Main brings Middle Eastern flavours right into your kitchen. Anthony Sedlak puts his own twist on some Middle Eastern classics serving up savoury ground lamb with almond hummus, chewy almond flatbread and topped with crispy pickled onions.
Anthony Sedlak shows just how versatile avocados can be by building crisp lettuce wraps with tender beef, crispy bacon, grilled guacamole and roasted green onions. Along for the ride is a potato avocado salad.
After this Main the chicken wings from the local pub will never taste the same. These homemade baked wings are sticky, juicy and get their kick from Asian spices. Anthony Sedlak pairs them with his creamy buttermilk and blue cheese dressing, crisp and tangy celery and carrot slaw and breaded celeriac wedges.
Anthony Sedlak spices things up with the fire-cracker flavour of chiles. First up is sautéed juicy shrimp with ginger, garlic and chiles. Along for the ride is a mango noodle salad and crispy pork spring rolls.
Nothing says home sweet home like a honey balsamic glazed pork loin roast. Honey also coats roasted root vegetables and candies pecans for an endive and apple salad. Anthony Sedlak also makes a quick and tasty bread stuffing to finish off this classic meal. Call the family to the table for this sweet main.
We all know that herbs equal flavour, but using the right combination of Mediterranean herbs can put your cooking over the top. Anthony Sedlak slow roasts veal crusted with thyme, oregano, marjoram and parsley. On the side he’s serving it up with a creamy lemon potato puree and roasted red pepper jam.
Main Anthony Sedlak cooks up oysters Rockefeller with creamed spinach, crispy bacon and parmesan cheese. Anthony also serves up oysters paired with a sharp and tangy Mignonette sauce. Crispy frites and a rosemary-lemon mayonnaise make for great sides.
Anthony Sedlak cooks up a pan fried Cornish hen with sweet oven roasted pears and serves it on a bed of creamy celeriac puree. On the side Anthony makes a raw mushroom and pear salad.
Anthony Sedlak cooks up one of his favourite Middle Eastern recipes, turkey tagine. On the side he’s serving up a fruit and nut couscous, and a honey yogurt sauce.
There are few things in life better than biting into a sweet juicy tomato. For this Main Anthony Sedlak is doing up a baked pasta with loads of tomatoes, ricotta and olives. On the side he’s serving a classic Italian bread salad called panzanella, with stewed tomatoes, fresh cherry tomatoes, and buffalo mozzarella. This one’s going to make you hungry!
You can’t beat the delicate flavour of a beautiful rainbow trout. Anthony Sedlak cooks up this fish in a creamy pot pie, topped with chive and dill biscuits. To cap it all off, Anthony puts a twist on a traditional Caesar salad. This comforting classic is both simple and satisfying.
This Main is all about creamy, tangy yogurt. Anthony Sedlak is making Indian - spiced chicken marinated with yogurt. On the side, he’s cooking up buttered black lentils and two great condiments: sweet tomato chutney and spicy citrus yogurt.
For this main Anthony Sedlak creates a Mediterranean-inspired meal featuring basil. Anthony broils tilapia fillets and serves them with a cherry tomato confit infused with basil. He’s also cooks up a basil pesto orzo and an intense chorizo and olive sauté.
This main is all about revamping the traditional chicken dinner. Anthony Sedlak makes honey glazed chicken and serves it with roasted butternut squash, sautéed spinach and crispy shallots. Get ready to call the family for dinner.
This main comes straight from the Sedlak family recipe book. Anthony Sedlak makes his grandmother’s tender and juicy pork rouladen, and serves it with a creamy cauliflower and caper gratin and a pickled cucumber dill salad.
This big bowl favourite will become a staple in your kitchen. Anthony Sedlak makes savoury clam and corn chowder and serves it up with warm and cheesy cheddar corn cakes. Rounding everything out: spicy jalapeno chive butter. This main will warm you inside and out.
Dust off your fondue set! Anthony Sedlak updates this 70’s classic by making an Italian-style fondue with fontina cheese and white truffle oil. To serve alongside as delicious dippers, Anthony grills up asparagus, mushrooms, tender striploin steak and fried potatoes. This is the perfect main for sharing.
Anthony Sedlak uses ground sirloin to make his signature juicy burger, topped with a tangy homemade barbecue sauce. Cabbage and crunchy celeriac come together in a fresh coleslaw. And who can resist poutine made with fresh-cut French fries, cheese curds and homemade gravy?
The vibrant flavours of the Caribbean can be found in your own kitchen. Anthony Sedlak brings on the heat with his sticky, spicy jerk pork tenderloin. Sautéed chayote with black beans, tangy pineapple salsa, and crispy fried plantains complete this island feast.
Maple Syrup is great for more than just breakfast. Anthony Sedlak cooks ups a Canadian-inspired meal of maple glazed salmon, hearty bacon barley and a side of braised Swiss chard. Topping it all off are strips of crispy, maple glazed bacon.
Anthony Sedlak brings the Mediterranean home. He uses exotic, vibrant pomegranate to create a main that will satisfy any appetite. Anthony serves up pomegranate glazed lamb loin, with a simple quinoa pilaf and a fresh pomegranate and feta salad.
Sunday night dinners will never be the same. Anthony Sedlak ups the ante on a British classic – juicy prime rib roast. Along for the ride is a side of creamy horseradish mashed potatoes and fluffy Yorkshire puddings. Topping it all off is a button mushroom jus – this is comfort food at its finest.
When you’re craving something simple and comforting, potatoes are a great place to start. Anthony Sedlak cooks up russet potatoes with cream, garlic, rosemary and cheese to make his favourite potato dish - scalloped potatoes. Adding to this delicious main, Anthony makes more home-style dishes: a tender tri tip steak and baked asparagus with tasty herb butter.
The small but mighty sesame seed takes the spotlight in this Japanese-inspired main. Sesame crusted tuna showcases the nutty flavour of toasted sesame seeds and seared tofu is topped with a soy-sesame sauce. Anthony Sedlak also creates some delicious and savoury sides: a traditional Japanese spinach salad and marinated radishes with even more sesame flavour.
Have you ever wondered how to properly clean and cook a calamari? Anthony Sedlak will show you how to make Brown Butter Calamari with Brown Rice and Tomato Salad that is sure to please any seafood lover.
Get ready for some finger lickin’ food to eat with a big group of friends. Anthony Sedlak is making tangy short ribs with homemade coleslaw and twice baked potatoes.
Anthony Sedlak is going casual with a simple Chicken and Fig Ciabatta Sandwich and some homemade Sweet Potato Fries. Sometimes the simplest dish can be the tastiest. Get ready for one tasty sandwich!
This Main is all about Garlic. Anthony Sedlak uses 40 cloves of Garlic to make a flavorful roasted chicken and he’s serving with an arugula bread salad.
Ever wondered how to make gnocchi from scratch? Anthony Sedlak is taking you from start to finish with his homemade Gnocchi with Gorgonzola sauce and Grilled Radicchio!
Anthony Sedlak has a way to give potatoes the pep that they deserve. He is making a Goat cheese potato cake and serving it with a succulent tenderloin steak, and roasted beet salad.
Anthony Sedlak is cooking up a heartwarming meal with his signature cottage pie. This main pairs up ground beef with whipped potatoes and a side of Irish peas. This is quintessential comfort food!
Anthony Sedlak is doing up lobster in a whole new way. He is grilling lobster with chorizo sausage and serving it with a potato puree and sweet corn with basil.
Anthony Sedlak is serving up his homemade onion rings and a beef tenderloin steak sandwich. This main is pure home style pub grub.
Chef Anthony is using fresh and dried oregano to create a main that would give anyone a healthy appetite- Oregano Crusted Lamb with Lemon Potatoes and Greek Salad with homemade dressing. It’s all about the oregano!
This Main is all about Proscuitto. Anthony Sedlak is wrapping halibut with proscuitto and serving it with a puttanesca sauce and seared fennel.
Chef Anthony Sedlak is featuring saffron in this main and making traditional paella with chicken, mussels, shrimp, and clams. On the side, he’ll be making fruity white sangria. Invite some friends; this food is perfect for sharing!
White beans are what you make of them and Anthony Sedlak is making them into a terrific main. He’s cooking white beans with duck, sausage and bacon to make a traditional French Cassoulet.
Time to take the good grub from the pub! Anthony Sedlak brings home the best of The Brits with his beer battered cod, lemon salt, chips and his special home made tartar sauce.
This main is flavour central! Anthony Sedlak is making a black olive and goat cheese tart, and serving it with a Sicilian Orange salad.
Anthony Sedlak serves up Clams Two Ways. He’s making traditional Italian linguine with clams and also Clams with Chorizo sausage and fingerling potatoes. This main is all about clams!
Anthony Sedlak makes it rich and regal with this main - Seared duck breast with roasted plums, celeriac and walnuts.
Anthony Sedlak bridges the gap between simple and sumptuous with a Wine Marinated Flank Steak. He serves up this tender and juicy beauty with a side of caramelized onions and a heap of oven-roasted potatoes. For some contrasting flavor and a hit of freshness, Chef Anthony also tosses together an arugula salad.
Anthony Sedlak shows how to make Greek inspired grilled lamb chops. On the side, he is serving up a simple salad made with asparagus, grape tomato and zucchini, and of course, a hearty dollop of tzatziki.
Pork chops and apple sauce get ‘The Main’ makeover when Anthony Sedlak serves up a whole new twist: Braised lentils with Dijon mustard pork chops and a warm apple compote.
What better way to cap off the catch of the day than with this delicious main course: Mushroom Crusted Red Snapper with Tarragon Green Beans and Green Oil. Anthony Sedlak uses mushrooms to make a simple fish into a 5 star dish.
Anthony Sedlak makes parsley the base of a Moroccan influenced dish- Chermoula Crusted Bass with Roasted Eggplant.
Anthony Sedlak goes old school Italian with Tagliatelle pasta with Bolognese sauce and a side of Braised Fennel. This is Italian comfort food at its best.
Homemade pasta is often thought to be tough to tackle. Anthony Sedlak shows how to make an easy ricotta stuffed cannelloni. An insalata verde made up of mixed greens, spinach and dandelions will make for the perfect light touch to this hearty meal.
Anthony Sedlak brings new life to breaded veal scaloppini with the sweet, distinctive flavor of a sun dried tomato sauce and the bold contrast of garlic rapini. It’s all served over a bed of creamy potato puree.
Today on the Main, Anthony Sedlak prepares a restaurant-style main course that’s as easy as it is impressive. He shows us a fresh take on Tuna - Oil Poached tuna served with a warm chickpea salad.
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