A typical butter chicken recipe can have about 600 calories and more than 30 grams of fat per serving. But this dish makeover cuts it down to 248 calories and 7 grams of total fat.
Has your passion for vegetables faded lately? This lively, spicy garlic vegetable stir-fry will make the sparks fly again! Fresh, crisp broccoli, bright red pepper and tender baby corn are flash-fried with tantalizing Asian seasonings for a speedy side dish.
Ginger and pear make a refreshing, crisp-tasting energy bar with lots of nutrients. Ginger helps fight inflammation and improve digestion.
The rice, with its slightly chewy texture and Indian spices, provides the perfect backdrop for tender chicken, crunchy raw vegetables, sweet grapes and toasted nuts.
Marinated chicken strips are threaded onto skewers, then cooked and served on top of a rice and crunchy vegetable mixture and drizzled with spicy peanut dressing.
In this crunchy raw salad, apple, carrot, celery and sprouts are tossed with sunflower seeds and dressed with a fresh lime, ginger and coriander dressing.
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 crisp, Asian-style salad is an ideal side dish to serve with roast chicken and rice.
Stay warm with this spicy and sour Thai chicken soup.
For an unexpected twist, serve this grilled salmon with our addictive strawberry ginger salsa.
A popular dish in Korea, bulgogi was #23 in a CNN poll of the world’s 50 most delicious foods.
This Nutty Egg Curry recipe makes a delicious – and unexpected – dinner.
Boost your heart and brain health with the omega-3s in salmon.
This stir-fry is a quick weeknight meal option
As its name implies, this incredibly filling soup makes great use of a variety of colourful vegetables.
This fresh, crispy salad will work well with any seasonal vegetables. If you don’t like your vegetables too crisp, you can blanch them all for a couple of minutes before adding the vinaigrette and then refrigerate them.
This delicious gingery tofu dish is ready in 30 minutes
Disease-fighting ginger combined with juicy vitamin-packed peaches.
This Asian-inspired pork dish offers up lovely aromas, a little bite (thanks to the chili), and the crunch of fresh vegetables’with the added bonus of being lean.