This fire cider brew is the perfect concoction to get you through the winter season. Take a shot daily and feel like the rockstar that you are!
Bean soup is a delicious way to warm yourself up in the winter. But this Tuscan-style soup is even better because it is super healthy.
Skip the pepperoni and triple cheese. Up your pizza game by choosing unexpected ingredients, like fig and chèvre. Enjoy this fig pizza recipe.
Elevate your go-to chicken soup recipe with your favourite warming Indian spices. Serve with whole wheat chapattis or naan bread.
From the deep south comes this piquant feast with rice, chicken, shrimp and vegetables.
These Maple Apple Baked Beans feature fall’s favourite fruit, apples.
Turnip is an underused vegetable with lots of potential. The nutty flavour adds a delicious element to any supper. Gratinated vegetables make great leftovers, too; when reheating, add extra milk so they don’t dry out.
Serve this favourite as a side, or toss it into a casserole with other post-festivity leftovers. Each bite receives a burst of cranberry and a pecan crunch
Spinach is not only a great diabetes superfood, it’s full of antioxidants. Made with lean ground beef and turkey, this meat-and-potatoes dish is a slimming star. In this recipe, the other vegetables get roasted and puréed to make a great sauce.
Thickened with ground almonds and yogurt, this ground meat dish is rich and creamy yet not as indulgent as traditional Indian korma curries that are full of cream and ghee (clarified butter). Serve with warm chapattis or nan to mop up the delicious, aromatic sauce.
This is a dish of bright, vivid colour and bold flavours. Onions, tomatoes and red peppers make a chunky vegetable sauce for chicken pieces, with spicy chorizo sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, rosemary and olives adding tastes of the Mediterranean. Serve with crusty bread so you don’t waste any of the delicious juices.
A hearty beef and vegetable casserole that can be left to cook or made ahead and then reheated before serving. Cook the dumplings on top shortly before serving.
Beef provides plenty of iron and minerals. It makes a mouth-watering casserole when cooked with beer and hearty winter vegetables.
Stuffing vegetables is a great way of using them to make a healthy one-dish meal. This tasty stuffing, of spiced lean lamb and bulgur, has a distinct Middle Eastern flavour.
A family favourite that mixes succulent strips of chicken with a zesty, hot and sour sauce. The inclusion of whole cashews adds a satisfying crunch.
The French have omelettes, the Spanish tortillas, the Italians frittatas and Arabic nations have eggahs. Eggahs are good served straight from the pan or left to cool as a light lunch or supper with a colourful salad.
The secret of this rich, warming soup lies in the slow cooking of the onions and leeks, in just a little butter and oil, until lightly caramelized. Thinly sliced potatoes add extra carbohydrate and help to thicken the stock.
Try this stylish dish for entertaining. Duck breasts are full of succulent flavour and when you remove the skin, you reduce the fat.
Meaty sausages are simple to cook, succulent and juicy, and when combined with diced vegetables and tender lentils they make a hearty meal with a healthy balance of nutrients.
A deliciously light, crunchy, layered phyllo pastry bake, with a filling of spinach, feta cheese, tomatoes and pine nuts – a classic Greek combination.