Just because you are looking for a low-gi vegetarian option does not mean that you cannot have tasty meal as these recipes show.
This coleslaw is different to the garden variety version with mayonnaise. It has very little fat and a fabulous peanut butter, chilli and coriander flavour.
My kids prefer my home made muesli bars to the shop bought ones, but variety is still important. My son asked me if I could make Apple and Cinnamon Muesli Bars, instead of the usual ones that I make. I came up with this and both the kids loved the result. Though it could also be called a health snack as there isn't much that would offend your diet!
A perfect salad for a BBQ, bring-a-plate or potluck. Also makes a fine vegetarian summer dinner. A tasty mix of beans, nuts, rice and veggies.
Great one for the kids, full of hidden vegies and healthy stuff and the kids love the name!!!
Black turtle beans can be hard to find in Australia, but if you can get them substitute them for the red kidney beans.
Jazz up brown rice with onion, parsley, basil and ginger. Substituting oil for the butter makes it vegan friendly.
Sweet potatoes on a pizza? It sounds weird but it tastes great. The pizza sauce is based on curried lentils.
An aromatic, 'main meal' soup that has a rich flavour & is highly nutritious.
Brown rice, lentils, breadcrumbs, onions and tomatoes are combined with eggs and herbs and then baked. Vegemite makes a great beef stock substitute. Sprinkle with extra grated cheese and bake uncovered for an additional 5 minutes for a cheesy top. Meat for the veggos!
Make the best of fresh green beans with this traditional Spanish side dish that's great for lunch or dinner or as part of a tapas meal.