Assemble quinoa with a bit of chicken and leafy greens for a salad that eats like dinner. Easy to prepare and versatile, the quinoa (keen-wa) seed is a great wheat-free alternative to starchy grains. It’s loaded with protein and fibre to keep you full without weighing you down!
A versatile salad of fresh vegetables and hearty chickpeas that’s perfectly balanced with a mediterranean sundried tomato vinaigrette. You might want to gussy it up with proteins, cheese or nuts for a dinner salad or to bring to a party… Or transform it into a pretty pasta salad with farfalle or a panzanella salad with pita strips!?
Even for most people who love sushi, making it at home is a big as if. This deconstructed roll packed into a bowl is the answer to your sushi quandary. You get loads of healthy umami deliciousness all in a fraction of the time! The toppings are just a suggestion so customize yours with all your favourite sushi ingredients; it’s the dressing that pulls it all together.
Construct this classic salad at home with creamy fresh caesar dressing. Dressing is pivotal to salads and ours is bursting with savour! Step up your caesar salad with a few staple ingredients; plump cherry tomatoes, buttery ripe avocado and crisp umami bacon.
Ordering a Thai salad at the restaurant will be a thing of the past once you’ve tasted our deceptively easy depiction at home! Thinly sliced meat, crunchy fresh vegetables and the heady aroma of mint and cilantro tossed with salty-sweet, slight-heat dressing seem made for hot days and nights.
July is the start of yellow bean season and this easy-breezy crisp salad will help you enjoy the lazy days of summer. Strut your beautiful three bean asparagus salad at any gathering or on a bed of spinach trimmed with prosciutto and toasted almonds for a fine patio meal!