This salmon pasta recipe comes together in a flash thanks to fresh ingredients and canned salmon so you can get a delicious dinner on the table in no time.
Fresh and satisfying.
serving per person for each of the five food groups 1½ serves vegetables;1 serve grain foods; 1 serve lean meat and bean foods. Note
Use barbecued chicken breast with the skin removed, leftover roast chicken, or pan-fried or poached chicken breasts. If making ahead of time, don’t dress the salad until ready to serve. We used a fat-free french vinaigrette, but dress the salad with your favourite fat-free dressing. Note
Quick, easy and tasty, this pasta salad is the perfect dish to whip up after work with no compromise on taste!
This Mediterranean-inspired pasta salad is packed full of fresh flavours for a quick and easy lunch idea.
You may need only half a clove of garlic in the dressing depending on the strength of the garlic. Note
For extra fibre, use wholemeal pasta. For those who are gluten-intolerant, try gluten-free pasta. Note
Tender lamb, al dente pasta and peppery rocket leaves make a fabulous pasta salad that is a meal in itself.
The salad, without the dressing, can be made several hours ahead and refrigerated, covered. Toss the dressing through the salad just before serving. For an even more Mediterranean touch, add about 200g of diced fetta cheese to the salad. Note
Save time by using char-grilled zucchini slices from the deli section of your supermarket. Note
Fresh, juicy prawns are tossed with creamy avocado, rocket and shell pasta to create this beautiful fresh Summer salad in no time at all.
A great way to use up left-over cooked pasta, this chicken and asparagus pasta salad is simple, tasty and quick to make. You can use most pasta varieties.
This delicious salad is best made and assembled the day you are going to eat it; it can be made in the morning if you are going to be enjoying it for lunch.
You can use the oil from the artichokes in the dressing if you wish. You will need to purchase a large barbecued chicken weighing about 900g for this recipe. Note
Not suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Note
Fresh spinach and ricotta agnolotti is found in most supermarkets’ refrigerated sections. You can substitute ravioli or tortellini for the agnolotti, but none should contain meat or poultry in their filling. Note
This great pasta salad is brilliant as a lunch for work or school, but you can also serve it as a side dish to grilled or barbecued meats.
Really ripe tomatoes and crisp, salty prosciutto make this pasta salad a sensational dish. Store tomatoes at room temperature, rather than in the fridge, which will alter the texture and spoil the flavour. To accelerate ripening, place in a paper bag with a ripe banana.