A wonderful Mexican-inspired salsa, full of black beans, sweetcorn, tomatoes and onion. I can never make enough when I have a party. Chill 24 hours before serving if you have time and serve with tortilla crisps.
Quinoa is a great alternative to rice - it's lighter, tastes nutty and cooks in about half the time. In this recipe it's tossed with onion, garlic and fresh herbs to make a quick and easy side.
Quinoa is a nutty seed native to South America. It can be found in most health shops. For an even more flavorful pilaf, use vegetable stock in place of the water.
This is a much loved recipe from my Italian childhood - it makes a great vegetarian fry-up. Use fresh organic eggs and have a crusty baguette on hand to soak up the delicious sauce.
This recipe is great for people who are lactose intolerant, but anyone and everyone is sure to love them.
These are a delicious, healthy alternative to regular chips. Sweet potatoes have more fibre than regular potatoes, too.
A simple sweet and spicy salsa made with watermelon, chilli, onion and balsamic vinegar. Best served with tortilla crisps.
Salsa can't be made any quicker than this. Perfect with tortilla crisps for a last-minute party nibble.
Serve this delicious, garlicky and herby dip with pitta, tortilla crisps or wheat crackers.
Here's a new, healthy twist on these delicious and popular little Greek parcels. To boost the fibre and nutrient content, brown rice is used instead of the traditional white. The filling for the vine leaves is flavoured with garlic and fresh herbs, with a hint of sweetness from raisins and crunch from walnuts.