Baking tofu in this way preserves its special custardy texture while infusing it with lots of bright flavours.
This soup is the perfect warm-up meal to get you through the rest of the winter.
A typical butter chicken recipe can have about 600 calories and more than 30 grams of fat per serving. But this dish makeover cuts it down to 248 calories and 7 grams of total fat.
This one-pot sweet potato curry makes dinner prep and cleanup quick and easy.
This healthier version of chili nachos packs a good dose of fibre and plenty of calcium.
Add a delicious kick to your chicken with this healthy meal that you can have on the table in less than 30 minutes
Move over quinoa! Kañiwa is the next big thing. Packed with protein, kañiwa is easy to cook and gluten-free. Try this easy salad recipe.
Healthy meals you can get on the table in less than 30 minutes
Lamb is particularly wonderful when grilled. Add such delectable flavoring as cilantro, lime, mint, and cumin, and you’ll love this warm-weather entrée.
A dal is a dish of simmered lentils flavoured with aromatic spices and usually served as a sauce. But add extra vegetables and it becomes a light and easy vegetarian meal. Serve it with a selection of Indian-style breads and plain yogourt or raita.
This noodle dish is one you’ll want to double up so you’ll have leftovers for lunch. The classic Chinese flavour combinations’chili, ginger and green onion’will give your taste buds a kick.
These are convenient appetizers at a party or buffet, as the lettuce leaf acts as a small cup that can be easily picked up and eaten from the hand’no need for utensils.
Here is a fresh-tasting, colourful salsa that is rich in vitamins and valuable antioxidants. It is a perfect dip for crunchy, homemade tortilla chips, quickly baked rather than deep-fried for a healthy, low-fat result. Either corn tortillas or flour tortillas can be used to make the chips.
Looking for a healthier homemade burger recipe? Janet and Greta Podleski share their secret for cooking up flavourful Thai-inspired turkey burgers with zesty peanut sauce. This is one burger that’ll make everyone flip!
Paneer is an Indian cheese, similar to ricotta but drier. It is often combined with peas in a curry. This delicious version uses homemade paneer, which is simple to make. The cheese is also high in protein, making it a useful meat substitute in vegetarian meals. Serve the curry with basmati rice and steamed fresh carrots for colour.
Based on fattoush (the colourful, crunchy salad served throughout the Middle East), this version adds tuna for extra flavour and protein.
Antioxidant-rich spinach and creamy avocados create a hearty yet healthy filling for high fibre whole grain tortillas. Add some jalapeños for a little extra kick.
Sausage rolls are always a hit – especially when they’re topped with delicious mango chutney.
Superfoods kale, edamame and white tea make classic chicken soup extra nutritious
Almond butter and lime juice add nutrition and tons of flavour to a simple carrot and red pepper salad.