This Middle-Eastern inspired salad is ready to eat in just 35 minutes.
We’ve swapped out some of the cheese sauce for sweet butternut squash purée so you can seamlessly sneak extra veggies into dinner.
Ballerina Misty Copeland’s go to meal? This healthy fish dish that not only curbs her cravings, but helps her stick with her healthy diet.
Here, young tender leeks are marinated in a piquant tarragon vinaigrette and then sprinkled with hard-boiled eggs and toasted breadcrumbs. This salad makes an excellent side salad, starter or light lunch.
This salad version of the classic potato skins combo is perfect to split as an appetizer. You can also add to it to make it a filling meal.
A scrumptious salad like this one will make you hungry for more.
This tasty potato salad will be sure warm you up on a cold day.
This salad plays with your taste buds by adding sweet flavours to a simple tuna and arugula mix.
This crisp, Asian-style salad is an ideal side dish to serve with roast chicken and rice.
This vibrant salad is very simple yet very flavoursome.
The apricots, saffron and cinnamon give this dish a Middle Eastern flavour, and it’s just as delicious hot as it is at room temperature.
Served as a room temperature salad. Perfect for a spring weekend lunch.
Nutty, chewy farro is a fabulous base for this colourfully enticing dish. With crisp radish and fennel and tossed with a honey and grainy mustard dressing, it’s perfect as a make-ahead salad, so feel free to assemble the day before and cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
With fresh and sunny springtime colours, this early-summer dish adds a retro-cool feel to the buffet table. If watercress is unavailable, replace with peppery baby arugula.
Corn provides your diet with folate, a B vitamin shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer. Avocado adds fat calories to this dish, but most of the fat is the heart-healthy monounsaturated kind.
Select small beets with their greens still attached; they have the most flavour.
Toasted muffins, topped with wilted spinach and poached egg, then coated with a creamy yogourt and chive sauce, make a light yet luxurious lunch or supper dish.
This tasty pizza includes a variety of toppings to suit every taste. It is lower in fat and salt than pre-made pizzas, yet has just as much flavour. Don’t be put off by the long ingredients list ‘ it’s easy and fun to make and will soon become a favourite. Serve with a big green salad.
In this attractive salad, full-flavoured shiitake and brown mushrooms are combined with slices of tender grilled duck, juicy orange segments, crunchy water chestnuts and rice, with a fresh ginger and honey dressing.
Sweet potatoes and grapefruits are both loaded with antioxidants. Pair this colourful dish with burgers for a fresh take on potato salad