A classic luncheon-style dish with Asian-inspired add-ins.
Oven-baked sweet potato fries make a tasty (and healthy) accompaniment to homemade turkey burgers.
This very simple marinade turns ordinary chicken into a delicious, sticky-sweet dinner in no time. Serve these with steamed rice and sautéed greens.
The flavours of lemon, garlic and thyme match well with almost any meat or fish.
Spiced lamb burgers are a delicious change from regular beef burgers, and the herbed feta topping makes these company-worthy.
Looking for a healthier homemade burger recipe? Learn the secret for cooking up flavourful Thai-inspired turkey burgers with zesty peanut sauce. This is one burger that’ll make everyone flip!
Instead of regular soy sauce, use tamari sauce in this recipe. It has a smoother flavour (and contains little or no wheat). You’ll find it in most grocery and health food stores.
This protein-rich salad is perfect for a healthy lunch, or as a side with dinner.
It’s time to pack in the pulses this season and make chickpeas your new go-to source of protein.
This plant-based appetizer will please everyone at the party.
An easy way to increase your protein and fibre intake.
This brown rice bowl with creamy avocado chunks, blackened peppers, roasted fennel and mashed garlic dressing is a weeknight dinner that won’t disappoint.
Enjoy this healthy meat-free burger created by holistic nutritionist Joy McCarthy
There’s a reason it’s the most popular recipe on Hot For Food.
This pita sandwich is a bit of a show-off, but you can hardly blame it when it’s so juicy, crunchy, sweet and ever-so-slightly spicy.
Cooking pasta this way – boiling it altogether instead of adding it to boiling water – is really fast and makes the pasta creamy and luxurious.
These vibrant Vietnamese rice paper rolls are a dinner party delight.
Fresh shrimp, crisp-yet-tender vegetables, a hint of soy and a zing of ginger makes for the perfect weeknight dinner meal.
Topping this burger with avocado adds creaminess, and since it’s packed with monounsaturated fat, it can help lower cholesterol, reduce risk of heart disease and keep blood glucose in check.
The advantage of making your own burgers is that you know exactly what’s in them. These lamb burgers look and taste better than the fast-food variety, while being a really healthy meal. A fruity relish of orange and raspberry adds a lovely fresh flavour.