This is a lovely seafood pasta dish made with red wine, cream and garlic. It tastes stunning, looks good and is really simple to make.
A quick and easy pasta dish with a little bite. Adjust the chilli oil to your own spice level or if not available, add finely chopped fresh red chilli or dried red chilli flakes.
Fresh scallops, chopped tomatoes and fresh basil are added to pan fried garlic and zucchini, then served with linguine for a delish seafood pasta. Serve as a main course for 4 or as a starter for 6. As an alternative pasta try fettuccine or spaghetti.
Lobster is a delectable, low-fat protein source and are rich in zinc.
Pasta is available in many colours, such as green, red and yellow. Green pasta gets its colour either from basil or spinach leaves.
The dressing for this simple, colourful salad has a sweet-sour flavour, which perfectly complements the lightly cooked zucchinis, tuna, tomatoes and pasta. Serve the salad cool, but not chilled, or try it while it is still warm.
Tinned crabmeat is perfect for this dish, and makes an economical, fuss-free alternative to fresh.
The inspiration for countless quick, healthy meals, pasta and noodles are a low-fat source of protein and, made with enriched flour, offer some vitamins and minerals.
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.
Fresh salmon is readily available all year round. This deliciously healthy dish can be served warm or cold, with a green leaf salad tossed with snow peas or green beans, and some crusty wholemeal bread.
This salad is based on soba – Japanese buckwheat noodles. They are tossed with bean sprouts, Chinese leaves, fresh coriander and an intensely flavoured dressing, then topped with juicy soy-grilled scallops and mushrooms.
In your quest for healthy foods, don't overlook the humble sardine, a rich source of protein, calcium (from the bones) and omega-3 fatty acids.
This is a variation of a Sicilian pasta and sardine dish traditionally made for St Joseph's Day. High in calcium and vitamin B12, sardines are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Tempt your family with this delicious heart-healthy pasta salad. It makes an ideal midweek meal served with crusty wholemeal bread. If you wait until the last minute to add the rocket leaves, it won't wilt if anyone's late home.
This simple baked salmon recipe is served with a pureed red capsicum sauce and on angel hair pasta. Quick, simple and delicious.
Bold flavours in a very light sauce: substantial and satisfying. You might think that the sauce is too thin the first time you make it but it will be full of flavour. Use tinned tuna instead of fresh or omit it altogether for a vegetarian pasta.
Will be loved by children and adults alike!
Avocados are such a treasure trove of nutrients that the some say they are the most nutritious fruit in the world!
Fresh peas are a good, low-fat protein source. They are all rich in vitamin C, while green peas also contain folate and thiamin. Pea pods offer measurable potassium.
All the ingredients for this dish are quickly assembled and cooked and the result is truly delicious as well as visually impressive. This is definitely a dish to convince anyone who has doubts about the taste benefits of well-balanced eating. With bread and salad, it makes a hearty meal.