This veggie-packed lasagna is the ultimate healthy weeknight dinner, exploding with delicious warmth of flavours to make your taste buds soar.
These elegant, crispy mini vegetable lasagna cups have all the same ingredients as the ultimate comfort food – lasagna – but in two perfect little bites. Yum!
Who doesn’t love a saucy, cheesy, hot sandwich for dinner? Our Chicken Parmesan Sandwiches update a classic by swapping some of the meat for mushrooms.
Stuffed with a soft and melting cheesy centre, these meatballs can be made with ground turkey or chicken sausage instead.
Leeks, basil, and prosciutto combine with mozzarella to make a sophisticated pizza-style topping for whole-wheat muffins. Serve with a simple salad of arugula and grated carrot tossed with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.
A vibrant, golden yellow vegetarian risotto that looks good, tastes wonderful and is packed with healthy beta-carotene and fibre. The mozzarella added right at the end melts into creamy goodness. Serve with a crisp green leaf salad.
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.
Why not try something different? Here, ready-made pesto is spread on a savoury polenta base, then topped with melt-in-the-mouth mozzarella cheese, juicy grape tomatoes and crunchy pine nuts.
This cheesy flatbread pizza is covered with fresh salad greens and almonds and makes a delicious appetizer.
A twist on traditional French onion soup, the addition of tomato juice lends a whole new flavour to the onions.
This stylish main course is, surprisingly, not laden with fat. The chicken breast halves can be prepared in advance, covered and refrigerated. Tagliatelle tossed with a little grated lemon zest makes a good accompaniment for the basil-stuffed chicken breasts, plus ciabatta with olives or sun-dried tomatoes.
This stylish-looking main course is surprisingly easy to make. The prosciutto-stuffed chicken breasts can be prepared in advance and kept covered in the refrigerator. Fettuccine tossed with a little grated lemon rind is a good accompaniment.
These rice croquettes are moulded around nuggets of mozzarella and rolled in breadcrumbs before cooking. Traditionally croquettes are deep-fried, but these are oven-baked for a modern streamlined version that is much healthier.
Leek and prosciutto combine with basil and mozzarella to make a sophisticated pizza-style topping for whole-wheat muffins. Serve with a simple salad of arugula and grated carrot tossed with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.