Freshly grated zucchini and finely chopped mint pair nicely with salty feta cheese and onions in this unique twist on the traditional pancake. Served with a side of sour cream, this will become a meal-time staple, from brunch to supper.
This recipe’s combination of turmeric, coconut milk and curry creates a sweet and rich sauce that complements the fresh flavours and satisfying crunch of the green beans and carrots. Finished with tart lime juice and cool cilantro, this recipe makes the perfect vegetarian main.
Few things go together as well as mushroom and bell peppers.
This snack of tofu with a richly spiced tomato relish combines the benefits of soy protein with the cancer-fighting properties of tomato!
This Greek-style salad combines a variety of anti-oxidants from the melon, onion, mint and olive oil, with high-protein and delicious labna.
The variety of grilled vegetables of different colours in this recipe, served Italian-style with a romesco sauce, makes for a hearty appetizer!
Served with wholegrain toast, this dish makes a delicious alternative to scrambled eggs, with a similar protein content but extra health benefits.
Mushroom soup that looks like a milkshake? It’s an April Fool’s Day recipe that will surprise your guests, but could be placed in bowls and made any time of the year!
This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
Roasting the carrots enhances their natural sweetness in this aromatic soup. The caraway seeds complement the carrots beautifully.
You can use any type of Indian curry paste, from a mild korma to a spicy vindaloo, or leave it out altogether for a simple vegetable and lentil soup. Throw in a handful of leafy greens such as baby spinach or kale at the end of cooking for an extra boost of vegetables.
This savoury pie recipe from Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes combines fresh tomatoes, basil and sweet onions in a delicate phyllo crust with zesty Cheddar topping. It’s so flavourful and presents so well, but it’s super easy to put together!
This great-tasting, medium-hot curry is made with tofu – an exceptionally nutritious and low-fat ingredient that soaks up the fragrant flavour of the spice paste.
A light, colourful curry that is very quick and easy to make, this is packed with anti-oxidant-rich vegetables. Sweet potatoes, in particular, are an excellent source of betacarotene and vitamin C, and have a higher vitamin E content than any other vegetable. Serve with naan bread.
Instead of serving pizza with a salad, combine the two for a light, healthful one-dish meal.
Carrots are super-rich in the disease-fighting antioxidant beta-carotene, which your body uses to make vitamin A.
This quick and hearty meal isn’t your average mac and cheese recipe. It’s made special by the extra creamy and rich goat cheese!
Here’s a meatless soup with plenty of protein and fibre. The earthy flavour of black beans, cumin, and coriander is balanced by sour cream and tomato. If you like it spicy, you could add a jalapeño pepper to the green bell pepper.
Use a half-and-half combination of butter and oil to maintain rich flavour while cutting back on the saturated fat that could hurt your heart.
If you use frozen wild blueberries, take 200g defrosted blueberries and add juice or milk for this delightful beverage!