Top 10 healthy recipes
What better time than Healthy Eating Week to start making healthier swaps to your usual meals?! A week dedicated to eating healthier food, how to cook more and where your all important ingredients come from. For those who shudder at the thought of boring salads, our ‘Top Ten’ healthy recipes show you the best ways to make simple, quick and easy food swaps to get extra nutrition into your diet without denying any meal enjoyment
1. Coconut and Turmeric Fish Curry with Rainbow Rice and Lentils
Turmeric is the ingredient of the moment, known for its anti-inflammatory properties and it tastes delicious in this white fish curry full of lean protein. Served with our Rainbow Rice with Wholegrain Rice and Lentils, this curry is perfect for filling you up with goodness.
2. Wholegrain Rice and Seaweed Sushi Rolls
This recipe with Wholegrain Rice and Seaweed is a winner for nutrients, seaweed is known for it’s protein content and adds a salty flavour to dishes but without the sodium. Making these sushi rolls is a great way to get lots of fresh veg into your meal too!
3. Beluga Lentil and Black Bean Chilli with Red and White Quinoa
Using Beluga Lentils and black beans creates a wonderful, low fat, high protein chilli which the whole family will love! Go that extra healthy step and serve with our Simply Cooked Red & White Quinoa instead of white rice for extra lean protein.
4. Lemony Wholewheat Giant Couscous with Salmon and Peas
We should all aim to eat at least one portion of oily fish a week, such as salmon, as its a great source of vitamin D and Omeaga 3. This recipe keeps it quick, fresh and light!
5. Tomatoey French Lentil and Sweet Potato Fritters
Lentils are packed full of healthy goodness. They are rich in dietary fibre, high in protein and a good source of potassium and calcium. This delicious recipe can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or even as a snack.
6. Aromatic Thai Flavoured Grains with Chilli Prawns
Prawns are a good source of lean protein and zinc, served with our Thai flavoured Wheatberries you are on to a mid week winner!
7. Mexican chicken wraps with Wheatberries
Add additional nutrients with Simply Cooked Wheatberries to your chicken wraps, wheatberries have more protein and fibre than white rice and will keep you feeling fuller for longer.
9. Super Seed Cocoa Protein Balls
A great alternative to a sugary snack. The cocoa nibs add the all important chocolate boost, but also add antioxidants. Make a batch of these at the weekend to keep you snacking healthily all week!
10. Herby Quinoa Fafafel
Quinoa adds a great protein hit to the usual falafel mixture and they taste fantastic, serve as a snack with hummus or in a pitta for lunch.