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  • asian salad

    Shredded Asian salad

    This Asian salad is so simple you’ll make it time and time again. Full of lots of lovely textures our Asian salad combines cucumber, carrots, spring onions, red pepper and bean sprouts for a healthy, light meal. We suggest serving it as a starter alongside something like fishcakes but you could also scale it up for a lunch. The salad would also work well with grilled chicken or prawns or even some stir-fried steak. Once you’ve tried our dressing for the Asian salad, you’ll never choose a shop bought alternative again. You know exactly what you’re putting into it and are in complete control of the salt and sugar levels. Plus, if you already have the store cupboard essentials, our dressing is really cheap to make. We’ve used salted roasted peanuts for a final touch of crunch, but you could also try cashew nuts or a combination of the two.

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  • orzo salad

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a filling and vibrant salad, perfect for a light supper or healthy lunch. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting Omega 3 fatty acids, and the green vegetables in this orzo salad recipe make it rich in antioxidants. With the carbohydrate rich orzo pasta as a base, which provides your body’s main source of energy, this orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a perfectly balanced meal.

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  • vietnamese salad

    Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles

    Our Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles is a fresh and colourful dish that is delicious as well as being good for you. We’ve combined the crunchy vegetable salad with prawns in a fragrant Vietnamese marinade and a rich hoisin and peanut sauce. Vietnamese recipes may seem intimidating as they often have many ingredients, but this Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles really couldn’t be more simple. Once you’ve chopped the veg and marinated the prawns, it’s just like cooking a normal week-night stir fry – but with results that are so much more special! Why not mix things up this week and make this Vietnamese salad? It’s a healthy meal that is bursting with flavour that everyone will love.

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  • duck salad

    Duck salad with soy and ginger

    Duck salad with soy and ginger uses Asian flavours to create a healthy and satisfying salad that is bursting with flavour. This recipe may have quite a few ingredients, but that is what gives it such depth of flavour. Our duck salad with soy and ginger only requires 15 minutes cooking, after a bit of chopping and marinating to prep. This is a light but sophisticated meal to serve when you are having guests round for a lunch, or for when you want something healthy but delicious for a weeknight dinner. Our recipe serves 4, but you could easily double the quantities to feed a bigger crowd, or, if you’re cooking for 1 or 2, keep the leftovers for lunch the next day!

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  • vegan salad

    Vegan salad with roasted vegetables

    A vegan salad with roast vegetables is a healthy and filling salad that’s packed with flavour. Colourful roasted vegetables and high protein tofu are brought together with a flavourful peanut dressing. We’ve used red pepper, cauliflower, courgette and sweet potatoes in our vegan salad, but you could use other vegetables such as broccoli or squash. This healthy and satisfying meal tastes so good that the whole family will love it.

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  • salmon and potato salad

    Salmon and potato salad

    Salmon and potato salad is a bright and flavourful meal, packed with nutritious vegetables and delicious flakes of hot smoked salmon. It is so easy to make but gives such impressive results. The punchy mustard dressing has a hint of sweetness from the maple syrup and enhances the flavour of your salmon and potato salad ingredients. The pistachio nuts provide a satisfying crunch, and the radishes give the salad a beautiful burst of colour. Hot smoked salmon is available in most supermarkets and gives the salad a luxurious touch. This salmon and potato salad is full of brain boosting omega 3 fish oils and iron. It is a healthy and filling dish is perfect for summer get togethers.

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    Fennel salad with watercress

    Our fennel salad with watercress is a light and fresh side dish. This salad is easy to prepare and is much more interesting than a simple green salad. You simply need to whizz up a dressing a combine a few ingredients to make this flavourful fennel salad. Fennel is a bulb vegetable with a strong aniseed like flavour. It can be served either raw or cooked, and is popular in Italian cuisine. Thin slices of raw fennel are a fresh and crunchy addition to a salad, its distinctive flavour packing a real punch. Cooked fennel, on the other hand, is much softer and more mild with a natural sweetness. We've paired the strong flavour of fennel with a dressing made from zesty lemon, salty capers, and fresh parsley to create a side salad that is anything but boring. This fennel salad with watercress is a versatile summer side dish that works well with salmon, pasta, and meats.

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  • Papaya Halloumi and Watercress Salad

    Hemsley + Hemsley papaya, halloumi and watercress salad

    A salad is always a great option for a quick, healthy and nutritious lunch - especially if it looks like this Hemsley + Hemsley papaya, halloumi and watercress salad. This salad recipe by the Hemsley sisters serves 4 people, so you can make it for a light family lunch or even as a starter or side if you're having a BBQ for friends or family. This salad will take only 15 mins to prepare from scratch, and another 5 mins to cook the halloumi. If you're using this recipe as a starter dish, you can use less halloumi cheese. The papaya adds a lovely sweet flavour to the salad, so you'll be getting your sweet fix from your main course (and might not even need dessert, but we'll let you decide). You'll need to scoop out the papaya seeds, but you can keep the seeds to add to smoothies or salad dressings – they taste like radishes so use sparingly. To make the dressing for this salad, you'll only need three ingredients - extra virgin olive oil, runny honey, and apple cider vinegar. Instead of apple cider vinegar, you could also use lime or lemon juice to make the dressing.

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  • Easy couscous salad

    This easy couscous salad recipe is really quick and simple to make - there's no cooking involved, just soak the couscous in stock for 10 minutes, then mix in loads of crunchy veg. A great idea for picnics and packed lunches. This recipe serves 4 people and works out at only 303 calories per portion. This light and easy couscous is the perfect side dish at a BBQ. This salad is packed full of veggies and fruit including apricots, red onion, sweetcorn and cucumber - amazing flavours that all work really well together. This delicious couscous salad can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container and kept for 2 days.

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  • Moroccan chickpea and sweet potato salad

    Chickpea salad with Moroccan sweet potato

    This vegetarian friendly chickpea salad recipe is easy to make and packed with delicious Moroccan-spiced sweet potatoes. You can whip this salad up in just 30 minutes ready to serve for lunch, or alongside your dinner. Once the sweet potatoes and chickpeas are seasoned with Moroccan salt they are simply roasted and all that’s left is putting all the ingredients together. Arrange the spinach and rocket on a platter and scatter the chickpeas and sweet potatoes on top. Drizzle with feta cheese, cherry tomatoes and the sun-blushed tomatoes before finishing off with a tahini, lemon justice and oil dressing. This is one of those fool-proof chickpea salad recipes that you're sure to revisit time and time again for a quick packed lunch or impressive party recipe.

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  • Mexican summer slaw

    Thomasina Miers' Mexican summer slaw

    Fresh and delicious, this Thomasina Miers' Mexican summer slaw is bursting with flavour and the perfect side to go with any dish you make this summer. Coleslaw is the perfect side dish to any BBQ, as its flavour complements the taste of any meat perfectly. The sour cream, red wine vinegar, lime juice and mustard dressing brings a real kick to the dish. To make this delicious slaw recipe, you will around 20 mins in the kitchen - so it won't take you long to whip up this tasty side dish. This coleslaw recipe serves 4 people, but you can easily double up the ingredients if you're feeding more people - you'll probably need to if you're heading to a BBQ with friends or a party.

    • 5
    (3 ratings)
  • Dinosaur salad

    We all know getting little ones to eat lots of fruits and veggies can be a bit of struggle sometimes (for some reason chips always look more appealing!) but with this recipe for a fun and easy dinosaur salad you’ll have the kids munching through their 5-a-day in no time at all. This is just one example of fun ways to get children interested in a healthy plate of food, but the general principle can be applied to almost anything – faces on pizzas, animals made out of fruit salad, sandwiches cut into shapes – anything you can do to make their plate more appealing is a winner. If you’re feeling particularly patient you could get little ones to build their own dinos. Simply lay out all the ingredients cut up into shapes and let them go wild, we bet you get some inventive species!

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