Sweet and salty, veggie halloumi and squash saves the day for a quick dinner.

Butternut squash with rosemary and halloumi

Sweet and salty, veggie halloumi and squash saves the day for a quick dinner. Roasted veg and halloumi, perfect winter recipe.

Creamy Cashew Butter Chicken

This delicious Cashew Butter Chicken is as rich and creamy as any restaurant-style Indian butter chicken, but so much healthier for you.

Summer Quinoa Salad

This light and fresh Summer Quinoa Salad is perfect for a hot sunny day or dinner on the patio. It's loaded with sweet cherries, toasted almonds, feta cheese, and fresh herbs and tossed with a lemony dressing. Leftovers make a healthy and delicious lunch.

Let the oven do all the work with these flavoursome Spanish sweet potato pockets filled with spicy chorizo, capsicum and sour cream.

Let the oven do all the work with these flavoursome Spanish kumara pockets filled with spicy chorizo, and sour cream.

40 Minutes. Carb free & so delicious!

This lasagne is made with layers of zucchini (instead of pasta), a rich tomato-based meat sauce and loads of mushroom and carrot to make sure your family get .

It’s unlikely that mac and cheese will ever be considered a health food. However, it can be prepared with a healthy focus in mind, and still yield a comforting, creamy bowl of pasta.

There is nothing like an old fashioned chicken pie to warm up the final days of winter. This gluten-free version with added ham and leek will not disappoint.

As winter truly sets in, we& turning to Jamie& classic winter warmers. From his chicken, ham and leek pie to his quick and easy fish and cheat& chips, these are the recipes that make those colder nights all the more bearable.

30 Minutes. Healthy, vegetarian, Asian, delicious.

For this vegetarian recipe, broccoli is stir-fried with egg, nutty brown rice and cashews and finish with fried eschalots.

Simply grab your favourite winter vegetables, toss them in vibrant extra-virgin olive oil, roast to perfection and add chickpeas for an immunity boost and a satisfying meaty texture. Your body (and tastebuds) will thank you for it.

Rescue those vegies wilting at the back of the crisper, toss them in vibrant extra-virgin olive oil, then simply roast, add chickpeas, et voila! Dinner tonight and lunch tomorrow are done.

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