13 recipes that will give you a Vitamin C boost
Wed, 29 June 2016 2:08PM
Boost your immune system with a healthy dose of natural vitamin C with these quick and easy recipes. Did you know it’s not just lemons and oranges that are rich in vitamin c, green vegetables like kale and broccoli actually boast more of the vitamin per gram than their citrus cousins. There’s bound to be something here to suit most tastes.
Valli Little’s minty lamb with beetroot and charred broccoli
This dish is a surprisingly quick and healthy winner. Take out the feta and you’ve got a dairy-free dinner.
Silverbeet, broccolini and mozzarella pizza
Does the pizza get any healthier? We’re getting into this green and bright masterpiece all year ’round.
Chilli and garlic broccolini
Garlic and chilli make these side vegetables sing with vibrant flavour!
Fish cooked in a jar with fennel and orange salad
This is the perfect dish for people who love fish, but don’t like the smell that comes with cooking it.
Asian-style lamb on sesame fried rice
Gai Lan has stalks much like that of broccolini but has a large delicate leaf. It’s available in lots of supermarkets now and you can substitute with broccolini or choy sum if you can’t find it. This lamb recipe has a great Asian-style marinade which packs this dinner with punch and flavour.
Tamari and maple glazed chicken breasts with ginger quinoa
Served with red quinoa and broccolini, this tamari and maple marinated chicken in an instant supper staple.
Chicken broth with kale, quinoa and preserved lemon
It would be hard to create a bowl more healthy and soothing than this quinoa, kale and preserved lemon infused chicken soup.
Pink grapefruit, oregano and habanero morning tonic
Set your day off on the right foot with this refreshing pink grapefruit, oregano and habanero morning tonic. Try blood orange for a tasty alternative to pink grapefruit.
Broccolini and soba noodle salad with wasabi dressing and ginger salt
Add some serious kick-factor to your dinner with this punchy wasabi dressing that’ll forever change your noodle-game.
Green beans with pomegranate
This combo makes a simple, stunning side dish.
Lamb, wild rice and quinoa salad
Adding wild rice, nuts and feta to this lamb salad makes it anything but boring. Wild rice takes a little longer to cook that regular rice, but you’ll be rewarded with an earthy flavour and nutty crunch. Spinach is high in antioxidants and essential vitamins. Try this recipe with raw English spinach or finely shredded silverbeet.
Recipes and images via delicious.com.au
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Posted by: Danielle Voss