A classic stir fry with crunchy cashews and fresh herbs. Although this is a beef stir fry you can substitute it for chicken, fish or tofu
Also known as San Choy Bao, a Chinese dish, is easy to make for lunch as well as dinner. Zesty ginger sauce wrapped in lettuce, they’re wonderfully fresh and light. Skipping the carrot, corn and sweet sauce keeps these variety low in carbs
Zesty lemongrass with ginger gives this chicken dish some life, served with zucchini noodles but you could also have this with your favourite salad or steamed vegetables
Not into Cajun spices? Just replace with Italian herbs, lemon and garlic or your favourite herb mix. Serve with a combination of steamed cauliflower, asparagus and broccoli or a green salad. Marinate the chicken overnight for best results
Chicken soup flavoured with coconut and curry makes this Thai recipe a favourite. Snow peas, tomato and chicken breast give this soup flavour, texture and a wealth of nutrients.
A spicy curried fish with a variety of green vegetables that is sure to warm up your dinner. If you are sensitive to spices, just go easy on the curry paste
Making salad dressing from scratch is nearly as fast and easy as shaking up a bottle and the taste is phenomenally better then even the most “gourmet” jar of dressing.
I’ve listed a range of dressings below – try them for yourself to spruce up your salad.
The taste of Summer – coconut, mango and pineapple this smoothie combines whole fruit for fibre to keep you feeling full. Plus kale to alkalise blood