Did you know that a diet rich in green leafy vegetables could reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Here are some of our most popular recipes using leafy green veg
If you’ve got leftover chicken, a bit of bacon and some spinach in the fridge, it’s easy to turn it into a tasty chicken salad for lunch or dinner.
Kids will love this tasty pasta bake, with just a little healthy spinach and smoked haddock.
This creamy risotto only takes 10 mins to prepare, and 25 mins to cook.
This Woman’s Weekly crispy tart is perfect when you have friends over – they’ll be impressed and you won’t need to spend much time in the kitchen, just pop it in the oven for 30 mins.
The kids will love this really simple veggie lasagne and it will feed a family of f4 for around £6 – what a bargain!
Get the recipe: Spinach and corn lasagne
Spinach is so healthy, so don’t worry – a splash of cream won’t do you any harm!
Coleslaw’s great at family BBQs, summer parties and with chicken dishes too.
Such a great combo – crunchy pine nuts and sweet shallots and it takes just minutes to make!
Use cabbage, potatoes, bacon and onion to make these delicious patties. They’re great with meat and chicken.
This risotto is made with leafy dark cabbage and parmesan, making a healthy and filling veggie dinner.
A warm salad that is ideal for 2, this one with grilled halloumi takes only 20 mins to prepare.
This Thai curry with prawns makes a healthy family meal, containing 1 of your 5-a-day portions of fruit and vegetable. And prawns contain zinc which is proven to help beat tiredness.
Fish is quick and easy to prepare and delicious combined with green veg.
This Chinese chicken stir-fry contains a third of your recommended daily iron intake and a decent portion of leafy veg.
Good food doesn’t have to take long, this veggie-packed noodle stir-fry with grilled turkey is delicious and on the table in 20 minutes.
Brocolli and cauliflower really complement the smooth white sauce in this deliciously filling dish. Cauliflower’s another good veg to incorporate into your diet, it’s packed with Vitamin C and is high in fibre.
Lasagne usually takes ages to make but this easy recipe takes just 15 mins to prepare and about half an hour in the oven.
Packed with spinach and topped with a delicious creamy horseradish sauce, this vegetarian soup is a guaranteed hit, perfect when the weather gets a bit colder.