Not sure how to top your crostini? Try Chef Vanessa Gianfrancesco’s recipe, which combines prosciutto, figs and mascarpone cheese. Buon appetito!
Finding time to make a home-cooked meal is challenging for most, and making use of the freezer is a great way to stay on track for those extra busy weeks. This recipe can be prepared in advance, frozen, reheated and served over pasta for a quick and easy meal.
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!
The variety of grilled vegetables of different colours in this recipe, served Italian-style with a romesco sauce, makes for a hearty appetizer!
This dish provides the nutrient-rich benefits of liver, combined with the high levels of anti-oxidants found in oranges, parsley and salad greens.
The combination of lentils, ricotta and tomato paste make these muffins a high-protein and very nutritious snack. Bon appetit!
This nutritious dish is high in protein and it also provides good amounts of omega-3 oils and anti-oxidants.
Leeks contain flavonoids with powerful anti-oxidant effects. Here, they are combined with nutrient-rich green peas and the anti-oxidants of mint.
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!
Accented with seasonal cranberries, fresh sage and crunchy walnuts, this holiday recipe will leave you and your family coming back for more.
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 gorgeous red soup will brighten any autumn or winter meal. Its rich colour reflects its high anti-oxidant content. Roasting enhances the natural sweetness of vegetables such as capsicums, tomatoes and onions.
You can include any seeds or nuts in these easy flatbreads. Try using sesame seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds or finely chopped Brazil nuts. You can also include garlic, herbs or spices to vary with flavours.
This is a great winter soup, and it freezes well, too! Simply divide it into individual portions before freezing. Use some different beans in the recipe – chickpeas or lentils are both great options.
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!
Carrots are super-rich in the disease-fighting antioxidant beta-carotene, which your body uses to make vitamin A.
Fennel, green beans, and white kidney beans add folate, calcium, and fibre to an earthy chicken dish.
Red grapes, walnuts and rosemary combine beautifully in this elegant and wholesome Italian-style bread that is high in anti-oxidants and rich in traditional flavours.