Lunch

Prawn, kale and chickpea tabbouleh

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.

Woman's Day (NZ edition)|Aug 14, 2019

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  • Winter greens with fried egg, anchovy and parmesan

    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!

    Nadia|Jul 30, 2019

  • How to make beeswax food wraps

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  • Five-minute tuna, rice and quinoa

    Get dinner on the table in a heartbeat thanks to this five-minute tuna, rice and quinoa dish. Not only is it simple and scrumptious, but it also has all the nutrients needed for a well-balanced meal.

    Woman's Day (NZ edition)|Jul 17, 2019

  • Chinese noodle, tofu and vegetable soup

    This Chinese-style soup is perfect if you’re looking for a quick and easy meat-free meal. Filled with the hearty goodness of tofu, vegetables and noodles, it's a nourishing winter recipe.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 10, 2019

  • Butter chicken meatball skewers

    A unique spin on everyone's favourite takeaway dish, these butter chicken meatball skewers are always scrumptious. Wrap with naan and serve with salad and deliciously creamy butter chicken sauce for a simple and wholesome meal.

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  • Fish and leek pie with caper parsley peas

    This is a big family-style pie, but it can easily be pared back to suit one or two. It's a scrumptious way to add some fish to your weekly menu, and the pairing with caper parsley peas makes a well-rounded meal.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jun 17, 2019

  • Pea, ham and sour cream spirals

    This no-fuss pasta is a hit with kids and can be whipped up super-quick using a handful of common ingredients in just three easy-peasy steps – just cook the pasta and peas, stir it all together and eat!

    Nadia|May 26, 2019

  • Warm pork fillet salad with seared pears and blue cheese

    This incredible salad is so simple to make but looks and tastes gourmet! From prosciutto-wrapped pork fillets to the divine blue cheese and caramelised pear topping, this dish is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

    Nadia|May 26, 2019

  • Kumara and onion pizza

    This simple, affordable and delicious meal is perfect for a midweek dinner. Whether it's the crispy pita bread, slices of kumara, or the vintage cheddar that tickles your taste buds, these homemade pizzas are a sure crowd pleaser.

    New Zealand Taste|May 14, 2019

  • Chicken katsu with corn and bok choy brown rice salad

    This has been a long-standing favourite meal in My Food Bag’s Family and Classic Bags, and it's so delicious we're willing to bet it will become a favourite in your house too. What kid doesn’t like crumbed chicken?!

    Nadia|May 09, 2019