Make weeknights simple and stress-free this spring with a sheet pan dish that’s foolproof.
Baking tofu in this way preserves its special custardy texture while infusing it with lots of bright flavours.
Miso is a fermented paste that has the most delicious pungent flavour — and a little goes a long way.
The sweetness of the roasted peppers with smoky paprika makes this a sophisticated dish that people of all ages can enjoy.
Packed with berries and tangy buttermilk, these muffins are the perfect breakfast on the run.
A glass of milk and one of these warm, chewy cookies make for a perfect post-dinner treat that you won’t feel guilty about eating.
This juicy roast is not only delicious, but it’s also low in calories. Guaranteed to be a family favourite, it is best enjoyed with a green salad and small baked potato.
Some things are worth the effort. While our ingredients list is long, you won’t be disappointed with the end game.
A subtly spiced rice dish, this is based on a classic kedgeree recipe but with extra vegetables to add vitamins. Serve with a side salad.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
Elevate your go-to chicken soup recipe with your favourite warming Indian spices. Serve with whole wheat chapattis or naan bread.
Eating pasta truly al dente makes it more filling and less of a carb hit. It shouldn’t be chewy but rather the texture of a fresh stick of gum. Spiralized zucchini effortlessly subs in for half the pasta here, adding bulk, vegetables and nutrition.
If you haven’t tried rapini and ricotta together, you’re missing out.
Grains of whole wheat have a distinctive sweet, nutty flavour. Here they are mixed with corn, toasted walnuts and crisp vegetables in a fragrant dressing to make a nutritious salad that is substantial enough to serve as a well-balanced main course.
The pears, watercress and blue cheese are perfectly complemented by the subtle walnut oil dressing. Lightly toasted walnut pieces add crunch and extra flavour. Serve the salad with grainy wholemeal rolls for a temping lunch.
Brown rice, with its outer bran layer intact, has three time time fibre of white rice and much higher levels of minerals and B-group vitamins. It does take longer to cook, but it is worth the effort for its nutty flavour and superior nutritional value.
This filling salad is a great choice for a satisfying lunch. Both barley and beans are low-glycaemic (GI) ‘superfoods’, creating a steady and slow increase in blood glucose levels that keeps you going between meals.
The perfect accompaniment to heavier dishes like casseroles and roasts!
From the deep south comes this piquant feast with rice, chicken, shrimp and vegetables.
We turned everybody’s favourite autumn drink into a healthy cupcake. You’re welcome.