These potato skins make a really special and nutritious snack to enjoy with drinks.
This elegant entree is what the French would call a ‘salade composée – a salad where the elements are arranged separately. In this healthy example, salmon shares the spotlight with a light potato salad and a healthy helping of greens.
It's always interesting to try a few changes with a familiar dish. This is an attractive and healthy variation on lasagne, with flakes of tender salmon and chopped asparagus in a light lemon and herb sauce layered with the pasta. It's perfect for when asparagus is in season.
Silverbeet is rich in calcium and makes a bone-building base for a fish fillet.
Red caviar, or salmon roe, adds a salty richness to this dish but this salad is fine without it.
Fresh young vegetables and succulent salmon make this an excellent speedy stew to prepare for special occasions, especially when home-grown asparagus is in season. Serve with boiled new potatoes for a memorable meal.
This is a lovely way we get some extra green vegetables into our children. They love salmon (who doesn't!) but often get tired of all the green vegetables we serve up at every meal. Serve with salad, rice or mashed potato.
This is a foundation recipe for sushi, you can flavour with any combination of filler ingredients you like, such as smoked salmon, crab or tuna.
For how classy this tastes this is a surprisingly easy dish, perfect for a dinner party. Salmon fillets are sprinkled with fennel and baked in orange juice.
Avocados are such a treasure trove of nutrients that the some say they are the most nutritious fruit in the world!
I had a basic pasta bake recipe that was a regular family dish. I decided to see where I could take it and experimented with other ingredients. This is what I came up with and I got 11 out of 10 from the whole family.