Including fresh fruit and vegetables, limited amounts of protein and healthy fats, Mediterranean cuisine offers both a nutritious diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Forgo the pumpkin soup and spice up your wintry weekend with Callum Hann’s hearty Mexican recipe.
They might not be everyone’s favourite vegetable, but the way Callum Hann cooks Brussels sprouts has even the fussiest eaters asking for seconds.
It’s amazing how watching football can make you almost as hungry as playing it. Callum Hann’s snapper tacos will keep the game-day crowds cheering.
This soup recipe has been shared by the Adelaide Central Market in the lead-up to Bastille Day, which it will be celebrating this weekend with a range of events.
As the weather cools down, there’s nothing more comforting than a steaming bowl of noodle soup – but you can’t say you’ve tried ramen until you’re tried Rosa Matto’s ramen.
These moreish sausage rolls, from cookbook A Basket by the Door, work as either a snack or a main meal if served with a spicy tomato chutney and fresh salad.
Rosa Matto’s giardinera pickles recipe is a great way to preserve garden produce, and the perfect activity for a lazy weekend afternoon.
Mapo ramen is “a kind of culinary orphan – neither Japanese nor Chinese but also kind of both”, according to the author of new cookbook Toyko Stories. This spicy version is made with tofu and minced pork.
Madame Hanoi executive chef Raj Kumar created this chilli sauce to be used on the restaurant’s crispy chicken wings, but he says it is also a perfect accompaniment to roast meats such as chicken or crispy roast pork.
With a crunchy base made from dates and almonds and a creamy espresso-flavoured filling, this raw and refined-sugar-free cheesecake recipe comes from new plant-based cookbook Whole.
This vegan salad-in-a-jar has a smoky flavour from the grilled vegies and added protein from the kidney beans.
These crunchy chicken delights – best served with Kewpie mayo and tonkatsu sauce – are from radio and TV presenter Yumi Stynes’ latest cookbook.
Served with harissa yoghurt sauce and made with a filling including ras el hanout, mint and dried apricots, these lamb sausage rolls – based on a recipe from Adelaide Central Market – could add a spicy twist to your Australia Day fare.