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A good source of folate and vitamin C, cauliflower shares the health benefit of all brassica vegetables: that of cancer-fighting phytochemicals.
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|10 of our best finger food recipes3|
When there’s more guests than can comfortably fit at the dinner table, finger food is your best option. Whether you’re hosting a casual get-together or elegant party, your guests will love mingling over these elegant hors d'oeuvre, bite-sized snacks and delicate sweet treats.
|Healthy Ways to BBQ2|
Summer often means plenty of backyard barbecues, but mounting evidence links barbecued meat to various health risks, including cancer, especially when the meat is burnt. Follow these tips for healthier grilling.
|Footy food ideas1|
Next time your friends come round to watch the footy, why not impress them with one of these great recipes.
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Cooking tips and ideas
|Mediterranean herb muffinsHere's a savoury version of muffin, speckled with fresh herbs and spring onions and flavoured with parmesan. With their sponge-like texture, they make an interesting alternative to bread, to serve with grilled vegetables, soups and salads. Eat them plain or spread with a soft cheese.||Haloumi with eggplantHaloumi, a firm-textured Greek ewe's milk cheese, tastes wonderful grilled until tinged golden brown (eat it warm as it toughens on cooling). Its salty flavour goes particularly well with eggplant slices, cooked until crisp on the outside and soft inside, then tossed in a herb dressing.||Chicken satay saladHere's a flavoursome salad based on the popular Asian dish of satay kebabs. Marinated strips of chicken are threaded onto skewers and grilled, then served atop a rice and crunchy vegetable mixture drizzled with a spicy peanut dressing. The chicken can be served on or off the skewers.||Teriyaki-glazed prawn saladEast meets West in this intriguing salad of tender prawns, salty prosciutto, zucchini, tomatoes and Chinese cabbage in a Japanese-style teriyaki dressing. Serve it as a stylish lunch dish, with baguette or ciabatta.||Salmon with tarragon mayonnaiseSalmon is readily available year-round and is keenly priced, making it an affordable treat. This dish can be served warm or cold, with a green leaf salad tossed with snow peas or green beans, and some crusty bread.||Teriyaki swordfish kebabsTeriyaki is a popular cooking style in Japan. It derives from teri, meaning "shine", and yaki, which means "to grill". The teriyaki marinade used to coat fish or meat is usually made with soy sauce, rice wine and sugar and can be bought ready-made from most supermarkets.|
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