It’s time to pack in the pulses this season and make chickpeas your new go-to source of protein.
This delicious soup has such a citrus kick, it’s the perfect lunch-time meal. Just make it quickly when you’re at home or bring it to work in a Thermos.
Satisfy your cravings for takeout with this healthy homemade nugget recipe.
Eating a rainbow of veggies has never been so good. Enter our Indonesian rainbow salad. The chicken is satisfying and the peanut dressing is indulgent.
Halibut is a good source of heart-healthy omega-3s, as is salmon, which also works well in this recipe. The homemade pickled onions are easy, and great on sandwiches and burgers; they’ll last a few weeks in the fridge. As for gremolata, it’s an Italian condiment served with veal or fish; it gives a burst of flavour, bringing the mild taste of halibut to life.
These lemony sugar snap peas shine in a simple stir-fry accented with shallots and garlic.
The delicate sweetness of fresh green peas makes this pasta salad super refreshing.
Need a quick, healthy meal? You can get these great lentil burgers on the table in 30 minutes or less.
This stuffed-pepper recipe is packed with iron.
This simple yet tasty salad is perfect for a family dinner or side salad at a backyard barbecue.
Full-flavoured shiitake mushrooms are poached with more delicate chanterelles and oyster mushrooms, then tossed with herbs and topped with softly poached quail eggs.
A variation on the classic caesar salad, this one is more substantial as it includes chunks of tender chicken, green beans and tasty anchovy croutons, all tossed in a creamy yogurt dressing.
High in protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals quinoa is highly nutritious, with a mild flavour.
This is a healthy and filling salad of lentils, peppers and broccoli mixed with a lemon and coriander dressing, topped with dried apricots, goat’s cheese and toasted sunflower seeds.
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 crisp, Asian-style salad is an ideal side dish to serve with roast chicken and rice.
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.
Crumbled bacon and croutons add a delicious crunch to this spinach salad.
This hearty dish is one of the best comfort foods out there.
Start your day off right with this delicious high-protein breakfast.