Whip up this quick dinner featuring mint and cinnamon for a Moroccan flavour
Like a burrito bowl, only so much better.
This wholesome salad is a riot of flavours and textures. Slices of poached chicken, sweet potatoes and salad vegetables are served on a bed of leafy greens with a chunky pineapple salsa.
Take advantage of green tea’s incredible amount of health benefits with this tasty soup.
This Vietnamese soup, called pho (pronounced ‘fuh’), doesn’t have to be relegated to lunch or dinner. In fact, it’s also commonly eaten as a hearty, satisfying breakfast.
Whole-grain pasta is a good source of fibre, and olives are a Med diet staple that’s high in antioxidants.
The so-called Kiwi burger is popular in New Zealand. It’s a beef burger topped with cheese, beets, pineapple, onion, tomato, lettuce and a fried egg. My healthier version is bunless, uses chicken’and skips the fried egg.
Add a delicious kick to your chicken with this healthy meal that you can have on the table in less than 30 minutes
Fruity and fresh, this dish is the perfect way to get loads of good fat into your diet.
A tostada is a flat, crisp corn tortilla with toppings. Here, spicy tomato sauce and pinto beans replace the traditional refried beans.
Janet and Greta Podleski share their delicious recipe for Greek chicken skewers with cucumber-dill sauce. Don’t be a slowpoke! The quicker you thread these zesty, marinated chicken pieces onto the wire, the faster your taste buds will be knocked "askewer."
Serve this simple chicken dish with whatever vegetables you have on hand, plus steamed rice and a green salad.
Serve these tasty chicken fingers with carrot and celery sticks, and with salsa as a dip to get extra veggies in.
Panko is packaged, crispy Japanese breadcrumbs pre-fried in oil. Use breadcrumbs if they are not available but many supermarkets carry the product now. Your favourite jarred salsa also works well with this mustard crumb crust fried chicken in place of the Mediterranean salsa.
Top quick-to-make grilled chicken breasts with a sauce made from frozen wild blueberries for a tasty and original main course that’s ready in less than half an hour.
Tahini, a paste made from sesame seeds, is a favourite ingredient in Middle Eastern cooking. Available at most large grocery stores, it adds a nutty taste and thick creaminess to the dressing for this nutritious tarragon chicken and baby spinach salad.