Fresh and tasty, this healthy omelette is packed with veggies. Plus it’s quick to make, so it’s perfect for even a week day breakfast.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
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.
These Tex-Mex Egg Muffins make an easy weeknight dinner. Pack leftovers for lunch the next day.
This recipe is easy: Throw everything into a pot, turn on a burner, and relax.
For maximum flavour and moisture, marinate the pork for six to 12 hours. And let cooked meat rest for 10 minutes before cutting it to allow the juices to redistribute. Watching your sodium intake? Look for low-sodium feta, and rinse the olives before adding them to the salad.
Sweet bananas, exotic lychees and creamy Greek yogourt are combined with chicken and spicy seasonings to make a luscious, yet healthy dish. Serve with warm nan bread.
A little spicy chorizo goes a long way and adds a fabulous flavour to this colourful dish. Brown rice has a wonderful nutty texture and it is more nutritious than white rice.
This spectacular Spanish-style egg and vegetable dish looks wonderful and is incredibly easy to cook for a light lunch or supper. Serve with crusty bread.
A fabulous vegetarian bite that’s deliciously healthy as well as fun to eat. The bean and vegetable mixture has a great spicy kick, and is combined with crunchy salad, grated cheese and creamy yogourt in tortilla wraps.
This heart-warming soup is perfect for a chilly evening. It’s packed full of vegetables and mixed legumes, making it an excellent source of fibre. Enjoy it with some crusty French bread to mop up the delicious liquid.
This vegetarian redux of comfort food classic Sloppy Joes uses crumbled firm tofu as a protein-rich base.
This low-cal, high-protein, quick-fix vegetable couscous is guaranteed to impress.
A classic combination, Duck à l’Orange is given a Chinese touch in these sophisticated duck kebabs with honey and orange, infused with soy sauce and served with scented rice.
Ground chicken and mushrooms make succulent meatballs’delicious simmered in a smooth tomato sauce with red and green peppers. Paprika warms the flavour and new potatoes turn these Hungarian chicken meatballs into a complete one-dish meal.
This quick version of classic Hungarian goulash is rich and delicious. Strips of lean pork, shredded red cabbage and green pepper cook quickly and taste excellent with the traditional flavourings of paprika and caraway seeds.
This colourful French salad is full of varied flavours and textures. Chunks of tuna, wedges of potato, crisp beans, bell pepper and tangy tomatoes make for a quick and easy summery meal. Serve with crusty whole-wheat baguettes.
Flavoursome, savoury and full of heart-smart nutrients, this baguette sandwich is sure to become a favourite. The special today: a variation of the classic ‘pan bagnat,’ a baguette bursting with provencale tuna, olives and garden-fresh veggies.
Barley is one of the crops that farmers love, due to its short growing season and hardy nature. We should love this nutty, wholesome grain too, since it is so good for us. Serve cajun-spiced barley with extra-lean beef sausages or lamb kebabs.
Toasting the rice, then cooking with a herb and vegetable paste before adding stock and simmering, develops and enriches the flavour of this dish. The coriander rice makes a great accompaniment to grilled or roast chicken.