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Salad Nicoise
  • Time: 30 minutes

Salad Nicoise

This salad, made with tuna, eggs, green beans and peas, is endlessly versatile. It makes a wonderful light summer lunch for friends and yet can be packed in a box for a desk-top lunch or picnic.
  • Time: 20 to 25 minutes

Salmon and couscous lunch bowl

This is a couscous type salad but not as you will have ever seen it before. It is bursting with the fresh flavours of orange, cinnamon and mint. If you can tolerate them, do add the pomegranate seeds, they bring a freshness and crunch that is undeniably good. The recipe is for 4 but can be scaled down, keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days and will be popular with the rest of the family.
Salmon Fillets with Chunky Ratatouille
  • Time: 40 to 50 minutes

Salmon Fillets with Chunky Ratatouille

Enjoy taste of French cuisine by topping chunky vegetable ratatouille with a grilled/broiled fillet of salmon flavored with lemon and fresh Mediterranean herbs. This typically French rustic vegetable dish is also delicious with grilled/broiled chicken.
Salmon Teriyaki with Wasabi Dip
  • Time: 45 minutes

Salmon Teriyaki with Wasabi Dip

This is a wonderful way of serving salmon either as a main course or as a canapé. I have also had success with marinating the salmon with equal quantities of fish sauce (nam pla) and light soy sauce for something a bit more Thai style! Sprinkle the cooked skewers with sesame seeds if you like.
Salmon with Spiced Cranberry Relish
  • Time: 1 hour

Salmon with Spiced Cranberry Relish

Here is a delicious marinated salmon dish which can be served with or without a spicy cranberry relish. There’s no doubt the relish adds sugars to the dish, so WLS patients who know they dump may want to go easy or ration this or indeed forget it altogether ... the marinade for the salmon still means it has a wonderful flavour.
Smoked Salmon, Cucumber and Dill Pate

Smoked Salmon, Cucumber and Dill Pate

Here is a deliciously creamy pate that is ideal for wraps, as a topping for crackers or to serve with crunchy vegetable crudités.
Spanish Omelette
  • Time: 35 to 40 minutes

Spanish Omelette

This Spanish omelette is endlessly versatile. Serve warm at the weekend for a lazy Sunday brunch; with salad as a light mid-week entertaining lunch (perhaps in the garden); chilled and then cut into wedges for the lunchbox; or cut into small triangles as the perfect tapas style nibble.
  • Time: 20 minutes

Spinach, chickpea and tomato curry

Here is a tasty vegetarian low-fat supper dish that came about almost by accident … I simply looked at what I had available in the refrigerator and store cupboard and decided I wanted something with a curry-like kick. Hey presto, here’s the result. Serve with Naan bread if liked and tolerated.
Stilton Dip

Stilton Dip

Stilton is one of the great British cheeses and is a must on a cheese selection platter at the end of a meal. That said, it is also great crumbled into a salad or sauce. Here it is added to dip ingredients, all the better for serving with vegetable crudités. The strong taste means you use less to get a great blue cheesy taste.
Strawberry Soufflé Omelette
  • Time: 10 minutes

Strawberry Soufflé Omelette

This wonderfully light omelette rounds off a meal perfectly but would also make a delicious and nutritious breakfast dish on a summer’s morning.
Summer fruits ice
  • Time: 35 minutes

Summer fruits ice

This iced dessert is very simple to make yet has a wonderful depth of flavor that hints at something more complicated. I have used a mix of summer berry fruits but you could just as easily use frozen mango cubes with frozen strawberries.
Super Crunchy Muesli

Super Crunchy Muesli

Here is a really good muesli base that you can vary by topping with different fruits. The mixture is baked to make it really crunchy and will remind you to take your time and chew very carefully over breakfast. Try it plain with a little milk or natural yogurt or top with seasonal fruits like berries, sliced banana or stewed apple.
Szechuan Pork with Pak Choi
  • Time: 40 minutes

Szechuan Pork with Pak Choi

Here is a great everyday recipe that has an amazing mix of flavors. It makes a simple and stylish supper dish that is low in both fat and sugars yet high in protein. Serve if liked with plain steamed rice.
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