Like a burrito bowl, only so much better.
This rice salad is packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre. It is an excellent way of using up left-over roast beef, and the vegetables can be varied to suit all tastes.
Adding sprouts to a salad greatly increases your vitamin intake. The nutritional content of pulses and grains increases when they are spouted. There is 60 percent more vitamin C and almost 30 percent more B vitamins found in the sprout than in the original seed.
This salad is an excellent variation of the usual apple and cabbage combination. The apricots add a lovely tart yet sweet flavour.
Served as a room temperature salad. Perfect for a spring weekend lunch.
These Mini Chocolate Cherry Cupcakes will wow your guests!
When the temperatures begin to dip, turn up the heat in the kitchen with this Braised Red Cabbage recipe.
These Maple Apple Baked Beans feature fall’s favourite fruit, apples.
Jewel tones of purple, orange and green blend together to create this sensational and casually elegant salad.
Weight-loss bonus: Capsaicin, the phytochemical that gives the chipotle (or cayenne) in this recipe its fiery kick, may help rev up your metabolism and tame your appetite
All the family will love this sweet and sour casserole that makes the most of seasonal fresh plums. It’s traditionally flavoured with ginger, five-spice, vinegar, soy and scallions, and the addition of water chestnuts and cubes of sweet potato turn it into a complete, low-fat dish.
A feast of colourful vegetables makes a superb topping for a pizza-style ciabatta. The bread soaks up the aromatic roasting juices so that it is deliciously moist with a crunchy crust. If you want to boost your vegetable intake even more, serve it with a leafy herb salad.
This is a great way to cook good-value drumsticks, so that they are moist and tender. A simple barbecue sauce and a mixture of vegetables and beans makes a healthy dish children will love. Serve with a leafy side salad.
This quinoa salad is very high in magnesium and makes a tasty side to a weeknight meal
A sweet glaze with a hint of mustard makes this tenderloin a winner for special occasions and everyday dinners
This simple sautéed chicken recipe is delicious served with your favourite vegetable side dishes.
This sweet, spicy jelly is great with sliced meats or soft cheese. It also makes a pretty hostess gift. If you want a larger batch, you’ll have to make the recipe below twice, instead of doubling it, to ensure the jelly sets properly.
Pork and fruit have a natural affinity: pork’s mild, tender meat pairs nicely with sweet, succulent produce. In this dish, the sweet ingredients (pears and honey) are balanced perfectly with tangier ingredients (feta cheese and cider vinegar), and then everything is topped off with toasted almonds.
Combined with the savoury flavours of arugula, beets and crumbly blue cheese, fresh plums offer a juicy sweetness to each bite.