The sweetness of the roasted peppers with smoky paprika makes this a sophisticated dish that people of all ages can enjoy.
There’s a reason it’s the most popular recipe on Hot For Food.
Baking eggs in a pan means they are perfectly-shaped to tuck between two slices of toasted bread for an almost-instant breakfast sandwich.
Brimming with impressive fish and seafood, this seacuterie seafood platter makes an exceptional centrepiece at cocktail parties and get-togethers.
Spicy satay sauce works well with tofu and diced eggplant in these delicious kebabs, served on a crisp baby corn, sprout and cucumber salad.
Flavourful ingredients wrapped in a corn tortilla and covered in cheese in 4 easy steps. What else could you want?
Fresh Asian-inspired flavours shine in this crunchy, colourful diet-friendly salad. Spoon slaw over tacos or enjoy it as a side salad.
This spicy beet and apple chutney is a tasty pairing with cheese, yogurt, sandwiches, sausages and burgers or served as a dip.
This healthy lentil tabbouleh is easy to make ahead for a grab-and-go side dish.
This simple salad requires very little cooking time on the grill, as the vegetables have great flavour and texture.
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.
Dress your hot dog with your favourite ingredients: Vegetables. You’ll love this healthy version of a popular barbecue staple.
One of the first grains to be dubbed a ‘superfood’, quinoa is a complete protein (possessing all nine essential amino acids) and is packed full of nutrients that may help regulate blood pressure.
This salad is a perfect partner for lamb or chicken, or can be served as a starter before a light main course.
One of the joys of a roast turkey or chicken is the tender meat least over that is perfect for rustling up a super-quick meal. Add some basic fresh ingredients and perhaps a few special extras, and dinner is on the table.
Chargrilled duck and vegetables are served on a bed of salad leaves, herbs and toasted buckwheat.
The pears, watercress and blue cheese are perfectly complemented by the subtle walnut oil dressing. Lightly toasted walnut pieces add crunch and extra flavour. Serve the salad with grainy wholemeal rolls for a temping lunch.
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.
Brown rice, with its outer bran layer intact, has three time time fibre of white rice and much higher levels of minerals and B-group vitamins. It does take longer to cook, but it is worth the effort for its nutty flavour and superior nutritional value.