A tasty and extremely healthy tomato pasta sauce, ideal for getting your kids to eat vegetables! This is good to make in large batches and then freeze to have on hand when you need a simple, home-cooked meal for the family.
A lovely apple vinaigrette makes the fresh beetroot, avocado and apples in this gorgeous salad come alive. This is a fun salad to serve guests arranged and layered on serving plates.
A variety of fresh vegetables, herbs and fish makes for a healthy dish that is bursting with flavour. I like to serve this dish with rice.
This is a cold and crunchy marinated broccoli salad that is perfect for a picnic.
This is a really fast vegan meal that I often make midweek. Don't add any extra salt until you have tasted it. Use plenty of garlic and serve with rice.
This dish has a mild ginger flavour that can be adjusted according to taste. Works well with tofu. Serve over steamed jasmine rice.
This salad couldn't be simpler, but is a delicious accompaniment to barbecued meats, kebabs or fish.
A colourful vegetable curry makes a perfect filling for a stack of delicately spiced pancakes and provides your five-a-day in one meal.
Serve this versatile bake, with its fresh tomato sauce, as a vegetarian main course or as a vegetable accompaniment.
Broccoli and cauliflower add extra nutrients to a family favourite, while a fat-free sauce keeps it light.
Perfect for vegetarians, but great for meat-eaters too, this hearty rice dish made with starchy short-grain rice is wonderfully rich and satisfying.
Easy to store and prepare, eggs are the ultimate convenient super-food. This nutritious salad is wonderful served with warm ciabatta.
This delicious and nutritious salad is ready in mere minutes.
Chinese-style green beans with lots of flavour! This recipe is made for a large party; but it can be scaled down for a family dinner. Serve cold or warm.
I love roasting purple sprouting broccoli so that the edges get a bit crunchy and the stalks are still firm.
FOG stands for Full of Goodness and it uses all the 5 vegetables that you need for your daily allowance. I made up this soup after I found a few odd veggies in the fridge. It's great for lunch with a bit of bread. This recipe is for one, but can easily be doubled, tripled, etc. for more!
This risotto is chock-a-block with green veg, including broccoli, mange-tout, courgette and green beans. This can easily be made vegetarian or vegan by using vegetable stock and leaving out the cheese.
Ratatouille - a classic vegetable dish from the south of France that can be enjoyed both cold and warm. You can serve this on its own with crusty bread, for a savoury crepe filling, or with creamy polenta.
This is an easy to make and healthy vegetarian dish that is surprisingly flavourful considering it only calls for a handful of ingredients! Thinly sliced aubergine is layered with pasta sauce, feta cheese and basil, then topped with seasoned breadcrumbs.
This tasty recipe is perfect for fussy eaters and children who don't like to eat their vegetables. They won't even know that they are eating vegetables and they will love these croquettes! Kids will like them served with ketchup for dipping.