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  • pineapple carpaccio

    Minty pineapple carpaccio

    Pineapple carpaccio is a light and refreshing pudding perfect for after any celebration you’re planning on throwing. This Pineapple carpaccio recipe is simple but oh so delicious. After you’ve tried this recipe at home we guarantee you’ll never want to just serve ice cream again. Although carpaccio is Italian in origin, this Indian twist on a classic is zesty and crisp - ideal for a hot afternoon in the sun, when all you want is a cold drink and something delicate and fresh to eat. This dish is not just good for your state of mind but also for your body. Pineapple is packed full of vitamin C, which is thought to help reduce bloating, treat inflammation and indigestion, and is great for your immune system - what’s not to love. Your guests will leave healthier and chatting about how amazing your cooking is.

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  • coconut curry

    Chicken masala coconut curry

    Our coconut curry is a creamy and rich, yet healthy week night dish for the whole family to enjoy. Curry is one of the nation's favourite dishes, and when you make your own it is so much healthier. Adding a creamed coconut instead of cream to this delicious chicken masala curry not only makes it healthier but also adds a rich and nutty flavour to this scrumptious recipe. This coconut curry is a real crowd pleaser and will have everyone coming back for seconds. Why not try this dish with some pilaf rice or a naan bread for an authentic Indian meal.

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  • vegan buddha bowl

    Vegan Buddha bowl

    a vegan Buddha bowl is a healthy meal that is so on trend and instragrammable. Buddha bowls are typically filled with an array of colourful vegetables, plant based proteins, and healthy fats on a bed of grains, and often with a tasty but healthy dressing to tie it all together. We’ve used chunky ribbons of butternut squash, roasted vegetables, and chickpeas with a quinoa base for this healthy and filling vegan Buddha bowl recipe.

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  • teriyali chicken

    Teriyaki chicken bowl

    Our teriyaki chicken bowl is a spin on an authentic Japanese meal that is both healthy and easy to make. This Teriyaki chicken dish is a packed with flavour as well as being good for you. You can freeze individual portions of this teriyaki chicken bowl and then you have your own frozen ready meals ready to go.

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  • grilled cod

    Grilled cod bowl

    Our grilled cod bowl is a healthy yet delicious week night meal. You can make this dish in advance and freeze individual portions, so you have a home-made ready meal waiting for you for those evenings where you just don't have time to cook.

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  • Stuffed peppers with couscous, courgette and mozzarella

    Stuffed peppers are always a delicious recipe to whip after a busy day. This delicious stuffed peppers recipe looks impressive but it's so easy to make! A colourful Mediterranean-style dish with sun blushed tomatoes and melting mozzarella, you can trusts us when we say it tastes as good as it looks! Not only does a portion of this recipe equal one of your 5-a-day, it also works out at only 315 calories and 0.4g salt per serving. These stuffed peppers are ideal for lunch with a salad or served for dinner with new potatoes and fresh greens. Ready in just 30 mins, our stuffed peppers with couscous, courgette and mozzarella are vegetarian-friendly and are sure to tempt children with their vibrant colours and tasty flavours too.

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  • pork noodles

    Chilli pork noodles

    Our chilli pork noodle bowls are a warming and delicious winter dish. This healthy week-night meal is easy to prepare, and can be made ahead and frozen, so you have a good-for-you ready meal for those days where there just isn't time to cook. Transport yourself to Japan with this incredible pork noodle recipe. It's a beautiful bowl full of Asian flavours.

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  • roast red pepper hummus recipe

    Roasted red pepper hummus

    Roasted red pepper hummus stays true to the flavours of the Mediterranean. This roasted red pepper hummus is given a twist with a tablespoon of harissa, giving it a little kick whilst still keeping the sweet, smoky, nutty flavours of the roast red peppers and tahini. Harissa is a chilli pepper paste from northern Africa. Adding herbs and spices, such as coriander seeds and garlic give harissa its distinct flavour and colour. Different brands of harrisa have different herbs and spices in them so why not experiment with a normal harissa and a rose harissa to see the difference (and to see which you prefer!). Chickpeas are high in fibre and help control blood sugar levels, aiding in keeping them within a normal range. On top of this, chickpeas also high in both vitamins and minerals and are an excellent source of plant-based protein, which for any vegetarian is a must. Roasting the red peppers in this delightful hummus brings out the sweetness of this lovely veg. This roasted red pepper hummus has perfectly balanced flavours, with just the right amount of spice, natural sweetness, and salty flavours. It is perfect for a snack with some crudités, or just as an accompaniment with a fresh and healthy lunch or week-night dinner.

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  • spiced beef

    Jamaican spiced beef bowl

    Our Jamaican spiced beef bowl is a filling and healthy dinner option. Spice up your week nights with this healthy spiced beef served in a bowl packed full of colourful superfood vegetables. This is the perfect low carb meal for when you are trying to make healthy choices, but still want something delicious and easy to make. With three for your five a day, this spiced beef bowl ticks the boxes in terms of both health and flavour.

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  • Supergreens dip recipe

    Super greens dip

    Our super greens dip is a fresh and flavourful dish packed full of goodness. This creamy dip is something a bit different to the usual dips you find in supermarkets. This low-cost dish is sure to impress anyone that tries it, we guarantee they'll be begging for the recipe. As well as being delicious, this dip is so healthy. Spinach is high in iron, vitamin A, C, E and K as well as being low in fat and great for helping to lower cholesterol, perfect to hide in an evening snack or as a part of a week day lunch. Feta is most famously a Greek cheese, but for a creamy texture and slightly more subtle taste, why not try using Turkish feta instead. Turkish feta has a firm consistency but still if you close your eyes, you’ll think you're having lunch in the warm Mediterranean. You can find it in your local Middle Eastern or Turkish supermarket and in some larger supermarkets. Peas are another super green, and contain high amounts of vitamin K, manganese and dietary fibre which ensure that vegetarians are getting a variety of vitamins and minerals in this scrumptious dip. Instead of eating this super greens dip with crudités, why not try it spread on toast or rice crackers, or if you’re feeling naughty, with some root vegetable crisps. This super greens dip also works wonderfully as a dressing. Just add a little bit of olive oil, give it a good shake and pour over some healthy greens or a salad of your choice.

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  • Hairy Bikers' healthy cottage pie

    This delicious Hairy Bikers' healthy cottage pie recipe is a guilt-free treat the whole family can enjoy. If you want an easy and simple recipe for cottage pie, this is the one! The Hairy Bikers have created this delicious lower-fat cottage pie for their new show, The Hairy Dieters. This easy cottage pie recipe has all the rich warming flavours of the traditional dish with just 242 cals per serving! This healthy cottage pie recipe is well worth the wait. Serving 8 people, this family-sized meal combines lean minced beef together with plenty of veggies including celery and tomatoes to make a rich sauce. Besides being an easy low-calories dish, this simple cottage pie recipe is healthy for you because it’s packed with vegetables that will help you reach your five-a-day. Topped with a half-fat crème fraiche and leek infused mashed potato, you just can't go wrong. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat thoroughly before serving.

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  • Bettroot hummus recipe

    Beetroot hummus

    Beetroot hummus is a healthy, bright and different alternative to dunk your pitta bread into. This delicious beetroot hummus would go delightfully as part of you main meal, with some roasted chicken, as an alternative to a dressing on a salad of your choice, or just as an afternoon snack with crisps or crudités. We have added a bit of horseradish to our beetroot hummus to give it a subtle fiery kick. Horseradish is also great for gut health and bloating. Horseradish root is elated to the mustard and cabbage family, and can be found as a root in supermarkets as well as already creamed in a jar. An essential ingredient when making hummus is tahini, a paste made from sesame seeds that can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. Tahini is higher in calcium than milk and full of vitamins such as vitamin E, vitamin B and is thought to be able to help protect against strokes and heart attacks. Once you’ve got tahini in your cupboard it can also be used for a simple delicious salad dressing, to rub over meat before you cook with it, or even for a nutty flavour drizzled over a brownie, or placed in the biscuit base of a cheesecake. After you’ve made this easy and quick recipe once you’ll never want to buy supermarket hummus again. Impress anyone you have round for dinner or drinks with this zingy and zesty beetroot hummus.

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