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All posts tagged Mediterranean diet

Moroccan couscous with shrimp Fast2eat
The shrimp and couscous in this dish complement each other so nicely. Perfect if you want an easy, light and quick meal. This one-pot wonder will impress friends and family and satisfy even the hungriest diners. Read more
My family can’t get enough of these easy grilled shrimp (or prawn) kabobs. The shrimp are tossed up in a delicious Mediterranean marinade with garlic, lime (or lemon), spices and herbs mixture, then threaded onto sticks and cooked to perfection in under 5 minutes. Wonderfully juicy and full of flavour. Read more
Like little pillows of joy! Super delicious and melt in your mouth. Gnocchi with ricotta cheese is much more forgiving than the potato version. In this ultra-green spinach version, the dough is creamy, unctuous light, with a pillowy texture. It has the perfect spinach to ricotta ratio and is made extra tasty with parmesan cheese. This is the gnocchi that Popeye would be proud of. Read more
The rainbow of vegetables is a big part of Mediterranean cuisine, and one of the best ways to add them to your diet is to roast them. Once you try roasted vegetables, you’ll be hooked for life. It makes healthy eating much more enjoyable! Easy, practical, delicious, perfectly tender and packed with flavour. Plus, it’s adaptable. You can make it with whatever vegetables you have in the fridge! Read more
This flavour-packed garlicky shrimp and herby chickpeas Mediterranean salad and a bold Mediterranean dressing is super fast, requires minimal effort, and full of healthful ingredients the whole family will love. Read more
You will love this Mediterranean pearl couscous salad, loaded with nutrition and fabulous flavour of diced cucumbers, tomatoes, feta cheese, artichoke hearts, lots of fresh herbs, and tossed in a healthy olive oil and lemon juice dressing. It is ready in less than 30 minutes, absolutely delicious and utterly addictive! The homemade lemon vinaigrette delivers the perfect zippy, slightly sweet finishing touch! Read more
 
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