Our 25 Most Popular Recipes
We’ve gathered together your favourite recipes, from gluten-free chocolate cake to creamy corn chowder. Which will you try first?
Roasted Sweet Potato Fries
Do you love French fries but hate the fat that comes with them? This recipe for roasted sweet potato fries makes a great replacement. Mix a bit of curry with some mayonnaise for a tasty dip.
Chicken Marsala With Mushrooms
This is our most popular recipe, and we can see why. The savoury sauce combines onions with mushrooms, fresh parsley and Marsala wine for just the right amount of bite. It’s a tasty, filling meal for any night of the week.
Chicken Breasts Stuffed With Spinach & Cheese
If you’re looking for a twist on the plain old chicken breast, this is the meal for you. Basil, spinach, bell peppers and cheese add decadence and vitamins to your meal. Yum.
Roast Lemon Herb Salmon
Salmon cooks so quickly in the oven, you can have dinner on the table in 25 minutes. With under 180 calories per serving, what’s not to love?
Shepherd’s Pie With Sweet Potato Crust
Regardless of the time of year, everyone loves shepherd’s pie. In this recipe, the flavourful filling is covered with a sweet potato topping, made with honey and orange juice for even more sweetness. Always a hit!
Creamy Chicken and Corn Soup
This hearty soup tastes really creamy, yet doesn’t contain any cream. Made with cooked chicken, fresh corn and potatoes, and a garnish of bacon, it’s substantial enough for lunch or dinner, served with crusty whole-wheat bread.
Thai Sweet Potato and Coconut Soup
This hearty soup eats more like a meal because of the coconut milk in it. Enjoy it with a salad on the side for the perfect light meal.
Chunky Vegetable Lentil Soup
Protein-rich lentils and chunky vegetables make this soup super fulling. Save leftovers for a yummy lunch the next day, giving you a boost of energy for the afternoon.
Lemon Garlic Potatoes
Roasted potatoes go well with just about any dish. Plus, with just five ingredients, you’ve probably got all you need at home already. Boil the potatoes until soft to help them cook even faster.
Roasted Root Vegetables With Maple Balsamic Dressing
This lovely medley of colourful roasted vegetables is the perfect complement to your dinner. If you don’t have root vegetables on hand, peppers, zucchini, and red onions will be just as yummy.
Roasted Butternut Squash With Parmesan
Winter squash is tasty on its own or added to a curry, a soup, or with other roasted vegetables. This recipe is a favourite because it’s so simple and quick, you’ve got a great base for dinner in under 30 minutes.
Whole Baked Cauliflower With Yogurt-Chive Sauce
This is a crowd-pleaser among vegetarians and non-veggies alike. Who knew cauliflower could be so filling? It makes a great main for the veggies at the table, or a tasty side to go along with your meaty main.
Apple and Cheddar Salad With Maple Dressing and Candied Walnuts
This salad is a favourite probably because it’s a little outside the box. The salad dressing is whipped up in just a couple of minutes and you get such a wide range of textures with the candied walnuts, apples and cheese. It’s fresh, tasty and perfect for lunch or dinner.
Corn and Zucchini Salad
This salad will be a welcomed dish as spring comes around. Using fresh corn, zucchini, red onion and basil, it’s as colourful as it is flavourful.
Tabbouleh Salad With Pomegranates and Pine Nuts
You can add texture and flavour to this favourite Middle Eastern grain by combining pine nuts and pomegranate.
Quinoa With Chiles and Cilantro
It can be tough to come up with ways to new ways to make qunioa, which is why this recipe is wonderful. Combining fresh cilantro and spicy chilies, it’s great on its own or as a base for a meal.
Shanghai Noodles With Chicken and Broccoli
No need to travel to China, or even the closest restaurant, for some great Shanghai noodles. This quick and easy recipe is full of flavour and provides a departure from the tired “meat and potatoes” dish.
Sweet Potato Lasagna
Never thought lasagna could be healthy? Well you’re in for a real treat! This lasagna gets its creaminess from the sweet potato and just a bit of milk instead of cream. It’s hearty and nutritious with less fat and calories.
Lemon Chicken With Broccoli
This family favourite mixes succulent strips of chicken with a zesty, hot and sour sauce. The inclusion of whole cashew nuts adds a satisfying crunch.
You don’t need to go out for dinner to get a delicious chicken teriyaki. Served with rice, it’s a tasty quick weeknight meal. Tired of chicken? Try the sauce on salmon instead.
Zucchini Cheddar Bake
This decadent dish is actually low in calories and fat; no wonder it’s a favourite! Zucchini, mushrooms, and onions, with just one cup of cheese, give you lots of flavour without the guilt.
Italian Chicken Stir-Fry
Pick up just the right amount of pre-sliced veggies to make this quick and simple dish. You could also add broccoli, green beans or any other of your favourite veggies.
Gluten-Free Chickpea-Chocolate Cake
For gluten-free eaters, this chocolate cake is a dream! There are only four ingredients and takes about 40 minutes to cook. If you’re having last-minute guests, you can prepare this cake quickly and have a delicious treat ready in no time.
Decadent Chocolate-Beet Muffins
This recipe is a favourite because the chocolate muffins are so decadent and moist. There is so little sugar because the beets naturally sweeten the muffins. What’s more, they can easily be made vegan by replacing the milk with almond milk.
Quick Rhubarb Biscuit Crumble
When rhubarb is in season, it’s easy to want to go crazy making delicious desserts so it’s no surprise this recipe made it onto our top 25 list. Mix this tasty crowd-pleaser up in less than an hour and watch it disappear.