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Indonesian Gado Gado

Indonesian Gado Gado

Indonesian for comfort food, gado gado is a staple throughout the country, with each region offering their own twist to the recipe. Add some chillies to the peanut sauce if you like things spicy.
Catalan Escalivada

Catalan Escalivada

‘Escalivada’ comes from a Catalan word meaning ‘to roast over embers’. It is traditionally served as a first course or a side dish with barbecued or roasted meats. This oven-roasted version is a quick, easy alternative if you don’t have a charcoal grill.
Pumpkin and Lentil Salad

Pumpkin and Lentil Salad

Like most salads, this recipe is high in fibre, but the protein from the lentils, pistachios and cheese means that it is hearty and satisfying enough to be served on its own, or with bread, as a light main meal.
Bean, Pea and Mixed Leaf Salad

Bean, Pea and Mixed Leaf Salad

With fresh peas, this beautiful salad is the essence of spring, but is also wonderful in summer or autumn when beans and snow peas are at their best. Serve it with chicken or fish, with some boiled new potatoes tossed in butter.
Chicken Satay Salad

Chicken Satay Salad

This delicious salad is prepared with marinated strips of chicken that have first been threaded onto skewers and grilled. The chicken is served on a bed of rice and crunchy vegetables and drizzled with a spicy peanut dressing. It makes a great light meal for any occasion.
Sweet and Sour Duck Salad

Sweet and Sour Duck Salad

With ripe nectarines, green grapes, red peppery lettuce and slices of tender grilled duck, this is a particularly pretty salad. The unusual dressing complements and brings together all of the ingredients to make this a meal that is sure to impress if you are entertaining.
Roasted Tomato, Cannellini Bean and Avocado Salad with Pan-fried Eggs

Roasted Tomato, Cannellini Bean and Avocado Salad with Pan-fried Eggs

Tomatoes and white beans are a classic Italian combination that makes a perfect base for fried eggs. This dish is rich in anti-oxidants from the tomatoes and greens. Roasting the tomatoes adds a layer of sweetness to the dish, and the egg provides a protein boost at any time of day.
Soba Noodle and Salmon Salad

Soba Noodle and Salmon Salad

Soba noodles are traditionally made from buckwheat, but are widely made from a combination of buckwheat and regular wheat flour. Buckwheat is a gluten-free grain, high in copper, zinc, magnesium and manganese, all used by the brain to maintain normal processes.
Roasted Pumpkin and Beetroot Salad

Roasted Pumpkin and Beetroot Salad

This elegant salad is easy to prepare and you can roast the pumpkin and beetroot while you are cooking other dishes. Serve it warm with some crusty wholegrain bread for a light but balanced meal.
Potato and Avocado Salad with Prawns

Potato and Avocado Salad with Prawns

Coriander yogurt adds the finishing touch to this exquisite salad.
Mango Chicken Salad

Mango Chicken Salad

Here is a very special salad – new potatoes, slices of tender grilled chicken and asparagus tossed in a fresh orange dressing while still warm and then gently mixed with juicy mango slices and baby salad leaves. It makes a delicious and well balanced meal all on its own.
Greek-style Lamb and Salad

Greek-style Lamb and Salad

Enjoy the flavours of the Mediterranean with this healthy lamb salad.
Fresh Tuna and Green Bean Salad

Fresh Tuna and Green Bean Salad

This light, refreshing tuna salad is quick to make. Paired with fresh, crusty bread, it makes a lovely summertime lunch. You can use canned tuna if you don't have fresh tuna.
Chefs Salad

Chefs Salad

This healthy salad is both colourful and full of nutritious ingredients. It's quick and easy to whip up for a mid-summer's lunch.
Ways with Mayonnaise

Ways with Mayonnaise

Lots of chopped fresh herbs give this quick and simple dish its pronounced flavour, and bite-sized pieces of crisp, toasted pita bread provide texture. Serve the salad for a light meal with a hint of summer at any time of the year.

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