Jill Dupleix presents simple, eye-catching and delicious ways to serve up the healthiest cuisine with these platters
Here is a fresh-tasting, colourful salsa that is rich in vitamins and valuable anti-oxidants.
A herb-fresh, tangy cheese is the perfect kick-start to a springtime meal. Look for soft, fresh goat’s cheese rather than a firmer, mature one.
Individual, open-topped pies make a few sheets of filo pastry go a long way. Filled with a Greek-inspired mix of spinach, ricotta and fetta cheese, they are great for lunch, supper, weekend picnics or office lunchboxes.
These tasty chickpea-based balls, flavoured with garlic, chilli and lots of fresh coriander, make a delicious starter or could even be served as an alternative to rice or potatoes.
These little meatballs, made from a mixture of minced lamb and rice, flavoured with thyme, lemon and nutmeg, are grilled on cocktail sticks with vegetables for easy eating.
These kebabs are marinated in Indian and Asian flavours and served hot off the grill. They have a marmalade glaze for a hint of sweetness. So delicious, so easy, they make a fun lunch for guests or family.
These chicken wings can be served warm or cold and make excellent picnic fare.
Baked fries are the way to go when you're cutting back on fat. These baked sweet potato sticks are so full of flavour, you'll never know the difference.
Fresh salmon “icy poles” lap up the citrus tang of grapefruit and creamy avocado – food with an instant holiday mood.