There is something really special about sharing healthy, great meals and recipes with family and friends.
This fish dish is super easy to make, tastes amazing and is easy to vary. It’s also has the type of topping you could use for a speedy topping to vegetable bakes or lasagna’s. Read more
This recipe is a family favourite because it always works, has a terrific flavour and is very forgiving if overcooked. It can be served hot as a main or is also great left to chill and have with salad Read more
Berries and stone fruit are a wonderful source of anti-oxidants, Vitamin A and C and dietary fibre. So if you have any leftover fruit this season try adding these to scones, muffins and loaves. Read more
Nectarines are in season over summer months and are a good source of Vitamins A and C and dietary fibre. Tangy-sweet and very juicy, ripe nectarines have a firm texture and light fibrous flesh that increases their versatility. Read more
Christmas wouldn’t be the same without Christmas pudding. If you are keen to reduce the saturated fat in this popular Christmas dessert then replace the butter with polyunsaturated margarine. Also serve it with the low fat brandy sauce (see below) and/or offer frozen yoghurt rather than cream or ice-cream. Read more
Lasanga is a very nutritious and versatile dish. This vegetarian one is very filling, quick to make and the recipe can be varied according to the vegetables that you have on hand.
“This is pretty much a variation on cottage pie – but I had to include this recipe in the ‘It’s my turn to cook tonight’ program because it is such a favourite and it is seriously economical. It’s one of those timeless standbys – a can of fish, a packet frozen vegetables and some potatoes and you’ll have a lip smacking treat in no time!” –Clarie Gourley. Read more