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20 hearty winter salad recipes
Nutritious, filling and packed with seasonal produce – salads aren’t just for summer. Starring root vegetables, sweet beetroot and citrus fruits, these hearty salads are a delicious way to enjoy fresh, healthy meals during the chilly winter months
Baked beetroot, bacon and blue cheese
This nutritious warm beetroot salad makes for a simple but filling mid-week meal, or omit the bacon for a tasty side dish to accompany a steak dinner
Warm salad of root vegetables
Ditch that old idea of salads as rabbit food and delight in this warm salad full of roasted root vegetables like beetroot, pumpkin and carrot.
Feijoa paste | feijoa recipe | cheese board
This feijoa paste is great on cheese boards and antipasto platters. It's is a labour of love but uses up lots of feijoas and in the long run, potentially saves you buying the pricey store-bought ones
Warm Brussels sprout and leek salad
Discover just how delicious Brussels sprouts can be in this beautiful salad recipe. Paired with leek, almonds and feta, this tasty side dish is perfect for lunch or dinner
Roasted potatoes and cauliflower with tahini dressing
The tried-and-true combination of potatoes and cauliflower comes together with Middle Eastern spices and creamy, lemony tahini dressing to create this delicious side dish.
Radicchio, spinach, silverbeet & pine nut salad with ranch dressing
Bitter leaves and a sweet, creamy dressing balance this salad. The contrast of deep forest green and bright purple looks gorgeous on the table.
Kumara baked with silverbeet and mozzarella
Like a fancy baked potato, this baked kumara is topped with silverbeet and mozzarella and is the perfect accompaniment to any meal or have a few for a meal on their own.
Candied kumara with orange gremolada
To save time on the day, the kumara can be peeled up to 24 hours before cooking. Transfer to a deep pot and cover the top with a clean tea towel. Keep them somewhere cool, though not in the fridge (do not add water).