This dish is an easy and tasty way to up your intake of leafy greens. It's loaded with bone-building vitamin K, folate, magnesium, potassium and lutein, an antioxidant that helps preserve vision as you age.
This is a basic recipe for roasted vegetables - feel free to substitute or add any other root vegetables you have on hand. Before serving, add grated lemon zest for extra flavour.
This side dish takes less than 5 minutes to cook and is delicious eaten warm or cold. For the best flavour, use fresh, locally grown cherry tomatoes when in season.
Swiss chard is truly a nutrition powerhouse. It's packed with antioxidants, magnesium, potassium and bone-building vitamin K. This version of the sauteéd green gets a flavour boost from toasted sesame oil.
This is one of those easy-to-make recipes the whole family will love. And it's loaded with beta-carotene, an antioxidant thought to guard against cardiovascular disease.
This delicious recipe has summer written all over it. It's Yotam Ottolenghi's creation, an Israeli-British chef, cookbook author and restaurant owner. Try it, I think you will love it! (I add a little extra lemon juice.)
Corn on the cob without butter or salt? Absolutely! Fresh lime juice and a spicy Cajun rub turn corn on the cob into a healthy side dish you’ll want to make again and again.
Tabbouleh is a Middle Eastern salad traditionally made with bulgur, a cracked wheat. I've changed things up and substituted quinoa, a whole grain that's higher in protein.
This recipe plays up the bright colours and sweet taste of bell peppers. I recommend using a mix of red, orange and yellow peppers—they’re so colourful and also provide plenty of vitamin C. Each serving delivers 284 milligrams of vitamin…
Portabello mushrooms have a meaty texture and rich flavour, making them a tasty vegetarian alternative to a steak or a beef burger. I also like to add sliced grilled portabellos to a platter of mixed grilled vegetables. So easy and so delicious.