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Eggs, a stellar source of protein, will start your day off on the right foot. This recipe uses fewer egg yolks than whites to help keep the cholesterol and fat at a minimum.
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|Hazelnut meringue cakeSimply add sparklers or long wand candles to turn this light but gooey meringue into a birthday cake. As it has a pastry cream and fresh raspberry filling, it's much lower in fat and kilojoules than conventional celebration cakes.||Puy lentil and sausage saladTiny green puy lentils have a slightly nutty texture and flavour, and are perfect in salads as they keep their shape well once cooked. Here they are mixed with grilled sausages and Mediterranean vegetables, plus a handful of fresh rocket leaves.||Swordfish with salsa dressingOrange juice adds a refreshing note to the salsa-style tomato and capsicum dressing for this vibrant-looking salad. As the dressing can be made well in advance and the swordfish steaks take only minutes to cook, this is a very quick dish to prepare, ideal when you are entertaining.||Hot potato salad with baconThis piquant salad is a perfect partner for lamb or chicken, or it can be served as an unusual and very tasty starter before a light main course. Scrub the potatoes rather than peel them as many of their vitamins are found just under the skin, and the skin is a valuable source of dietary fibre.||Asian broccoli saladIn this delicious vegetarian salad, tiny florets of broccoli, baby corn and sugar snap peas are blanched briefly and then tossed with crunchy raw vegetables in a soy and peanut butter dressing. Nutty-flavoured roasted kasha (buckwheat grain) adds texture. Serve as a starter.||Hoki en papilloteLaying a piece of fish on a bed of greens, seasoning with a few aromatics and then sealing up tightly into a parcel is a simple and trouble-free way to cook fish. It's healthy too, as no watersoluble nutrients are lost during the cooking process.|
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