Give your usual beans on toast a makeover with this mouth-watering honey mustard ham and baked beans recipe! Warm, nourishing and scrumptious, it's a crowd-pleasing idea for brunch on a chilly weekend morning.
This prawn, kale and chickpea tabbouleh is such a simple way to power your body with nutrients. With the benefits of burghul, kale and prawns, as well as a zing from the lemon and herbs, this dish has everything you need.
Nadia Lim loves to cook food that is as close to nature as possible. This dish showcases that, with beautifully tender and juicy venison being served on top of her vibrant blackberry and wine-braised cabbage.
This colourful winter nourish bowl is packed with nutrients - especially thanks to all those beautiful greens. Top it with an egg and a couple of anchovies for extra protein and sprinkle with parmesan to serve!
This lamb curry is ideal for a weeknight dinner. Bursting with delicious spices, served with nutritious chickpea and cauliflower rice and pulled together in just 45 minutes, it's sure to become a firm family favourite.
This colourful skillet dish is the best way to get a healthy dose of vegetables first thing in the morning. With pumpkin, silverbeet, tomatos and eggs, plus a delicious sprinkle of dukkah, it's perfect for a weekend brunch.
In Ayurvedic medicine, this recipe is known as kitchari and is a balancing dish that helps to rest and detoxify your cells. Filled with vegetables and delicious spices, it's a dish that will nourish you from the inside out.
We truly love how simple winter recipes can get and this one is the perfect case in point – a juicy steak atop a hearty bean and spinach purée. Just divine! It's such an ideal meal to whip up when cooking alone.
On the West Coast, where pub food is king, Alisha McIntosh has created a wholefood haven for tourists and locals in the tiny town of Hari Hari. Discover this oasis of health, which is so much more than just a cafe.
About this, Mum says: “Easily my favourite soup for those cooler, not quite winter days. It’s ideal if suddenly you realise one of your stored pumpkins is showing a little rot. So as not to waste the whole pumpkin, remove the bad bits and soup the rest."
Is there any pairing quite as unexpectedly delicious as chilli and chocolate? These spiced Mexican pumpkin seed clusters certainly bring out the best in this culinary combo, alongside the delightful crunch of pumpkin seeds.