Spicy satay sauce works well with tofu and diced eggplant in these delicious kebabs, served on a crisp baby corn, sprout and cucumber salad.
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 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.
A few simple ingredients make really tasty meat-free burgers. If you want to barbecue them, the best method is to cook the veggie burgers in advance and just heat them up over the coals, as this prevents them from sticking to the grill.
This pasta is fresh and light and packed with superfoods like anchovies and garlic – flavours that marry perfectly with whole wheat pasta.
This Mushroom Quinoa Risotto boosts fibre and protein by swapping arborio rice for a whole grain.
Mushrooms add fibre, protein and extra flavour to this Blue Cheese Burger.
These Chicken Chipotle Tacos are great for a dinner gathering with friends.
Give ‘Taco Tuesday’ an upgrade with the addition of lean top sirloin and homemade guacamole. Our recipe has all the details.
Fruity and fresh, this dish is the perfect way to get loads of good fat into your diet.
A coarsely ground wheat grain, bulgur is quick to prepare and makes an ideal pantry standby to use in hot and cold dishes. This nutty-textured, colorful salad is lovely to look at and full of flavorful goodness.
This hearty salad features pesto made of walnuts and peppery watercress leaves’a savory twist on the classic basil-pine nut version’with more chopped cress, lean ham, and lima beans tossed in a lemon and yogurt dressing.
How yummy is this? Thin lamb slices are stir-fried with such lovely flavorings as garlic, ginger, mint, and a little hot sauce, then served inside toasty pita pockets. This is hands-on food at its best!
This is an easy dish to prepare in a slow cooker ahead of time, or you can have it simmer in a heavy-bottomed pot on the stove. The chickpeas add plenty of fibre, and dried apricots add an exotic twist. If you don’t have couscous on hand to serve with this stew, cook rice or potatoes.
Expand your taco horizons by adding seafood to the mix, which is commonly enjoyed in taco-loving countries. Low in fat and high in taste, shrimp makes a great taco filling.
Butter beans are a type of lima; any bean you prefer can be swapped in.
The Asian technique of stir-frying is perfect: It preserves veggies’ nutritive value, puts meals on the table in a hurry, and uses little oil.
Weight-loss bonus: A number of studies show that the fibre in rye bread can suppress your appetite, helping to keep cravings at bay. When buying rye bread, make sure the first ingredient is whole rye flour, not refined wheat flour.
As a side to the lamb chops, the asparagus works beautifully with the nutty taste of the toasted pine nuts and fresh mint.
Scallops are low in saturated fats, high in vitamin B12, and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. You’ll want to eat this with a knife and fork to scoop up the scallops and guacamole together.