With so much choice on offer and thousands of recipes to choose from, you might be overawed with options.
So, here, we’ll give you four satisfying, seasonal and simple recipes to follow to make the most of your ingredients…
Grilled shrimp souvlaki
This is a real winner year-round, especially with Australia’s thriving Greek population.
The dish, that hails from Greece, combines seafood, vegetables and a heap of herbs to make a fibre-packed Mediterranean healthy meal.
Grab fresh shrimp, zesty fruits, dill, oregano, yoghurt, peppers, cherry tomatoes, lettuce and red onion and you’re ready to go. Lie these on a bed of whole-grain flatbread.
Wild rice salad
This light and super easy recipe is a 25 minute dish, perfect for the season. Simply cook the rice until tender and steaming – then drain and allow to cool. Roughly chop the mixed nuts, pick and roughly chop the basil and mint leaves, then cut the apricots into larger chunks.
Combine with the rice, season with sea salt and black pepper, then drizzle with oil. Serve with grilled meat or fish and you can even plop a dollop of peanut butter through the rice.
Sesame seed-crusted salmon burger
This Asian inspired burger puts a unique twist on a summer classic.
Healthy salmon covered with breadcrumbs then sprinkled with ginger, sesame seeds and soy sauce, combine for a delicious burger that comes in at under 500 calories even with a healthy dose of Greek yoghurt on top.
A tangy cold soup packed with vitamins, this dish is great as a starter, but can also be used as part of a multi dish main.
Eat with whole-wheat bread or prosciutto accompanied with a summer salad, making sure to use the in-season ingredients.
Heirloom tomatoes, garlic, sugar, sherry vinegar, olive oil, sea salt, black pepper, yellow and orange bell peppers, basil, and large shrimp all feature in this dish.
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