When stationed like a tripod between the two chicken legs, crisp apple cider delivers a sweet flavour and tender meat.
Spiced lamb burgers are a delicious change from regular beef burgers, and the herbed feta topping makes these company-worthy.
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.
An easy way to increase your protein and fibre intake.
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.
This soup is the perfect warm-up meal to get you through the rest of the winter.
And if you’re a sunchoke virgin, this salad is a good way to test out this nutrient-packed vegetable.
This quick and easy spiralized carrot soup with arugula pesto and chicken meatballs will really hit the spot — and it’s dairy free.
Skip the pepperoni and triple cheese. Up your pizza game by choosing unexpected ingredients, like fig and chèvre. Enjoy this fig pizza recipe.
Let’s make pasta extra-special by adding mussels and our favourite high-fibre food, beans. Bonus: Enjoy this fancy but easy dinner in under 20 minutes.
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.
Eating this burger with a knife and fork means you’ll take more time to enjoy it. Button mushrooms promote immune function and are a good source of B2 and B3 vitamins. Plus, unlike a pan-fried meat burger, this bun-less option is low in saturated fat and high in fibre.
When tomatoes are at their peak, they deserve to be the star of the show. Use a variety of colours and sizes for this tomato tart to show off the best of the season.
The arugula pesto in this recipe adds a delicious peppery taste to the pizza.
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.
This salad can easily be made with gluten-free pasta as well. If fresh peas are available, buy two (or more!) bags and freeze the extra for future use. They’re delicious in season and can be added to many recipes. Blue cheese varies in taste intensity by brand; a simple way to tell if it’s really strong is to sniff the package.
The subtle use of garlic doesn’t overpower the taste of shrimp and mashed potatoes.
This quick gluten-free pasta is also dairy-free. The light and lemony flavour is perfect for any day of the week, even after work.
The mint in this light pasta dish puts a spotlight on fresh spring peas.