Fresh Please are excited to announce our latest ambassadors Callum Hann (ex Masterchef) and dietitian Themis Chryssidis of Sprout. These two Adelaide food personalities have recently launched their new book titled Quick. Easy. Healthy, which divides recipes into seasonal chapters, so you can cook according to best tasting, in-season produce.
Callum’s quick and easy recipe ideas coupled with Themis’s input into recipes which better refuel and re-hydrate our bodies, with just the right complement of vitamins and minerals, is simply ingenious. With this in mind we have the pair working on a few special seasonal recipes exclusive to Fresh Please.
This recipe transforms the humble apple. Soft and sweet the apples add a luxurious mouth feel to a simple yet delicious cake with savoury tones from the thyme.
This recipe is a classic Australian combination of meat, mushrooms and roasted vegetables. This is a simple yet sophisticated and impressive recipe.
This dish includes plenty of fresh produce including cauliflower, snow peas, grapes and zucchini to perfectly complement our flavoursome Australian beef.
This Fresh Please dish is all about our fresh, green vegetables and truly highlights just how versatile a vegetable can be. The kale pesto is a vibrant green colour, owing to the quality of the produce, and adds a rich bitter green flavour to the dish while the Fresh Please broccolini, crispy kale and currant salad add even more nutrition and texture.
This soup is satisfying, earthy and thick. It is rich and creamy and very nutritious. The addition of fresh fennel and the crunchy sourdough bread provide multiple textures which together ensure every mouthful is unique and interesting.
Most tarts require hours in the kitchen. Not this one! You can have this tart on the table in a matter of minutes. The soft caramelised pumpkin and crispy golden pastry is a delicious contrast.
This recipe is indulgent yet balanced and fresh. The chocolate is sweet and rich, the rhubarb is soft and slightly sour, the orange is sweet and juicy and the yoghurt, lime and pistachios are acidic, sweet and crunchy respectively. Combined this is a complex and balanced dessert.
This is an incredibly simple dessert that allows the premium quality of our Fresh Please produce to shine. The chargrilling and zesty syrup accentuates the sweetness of the fruit which, when served with the yoghurt granita, simply screams summer!
Macadamias, mint, mango and coconut – a match made in heaven! This recipe uses the freshest, sweetest mangoes to make a dessert that tastes and feels indulgent, but is very healthy with an ingredient list that resembles a fruit salad!
This is a delicious summer dish that can be enjoyed warm or cold. The olive oil, lemon, garlic and oregano keep the lamb juicy and flavoursome, the charred spring onions are soft and sweet while the watermelon is crisp and refreshing. If you do decide to eat this dish cold, slice the lamb thin and give the avocado an extra squeeze of lemon to stop it from oxidising.
A wonderfully light and refreshing Pad Thai with fresh lime, coriander, spring onion, pak choy and Australia’s acclaimed – best tasting (clean and green) broccoli florets.
As summer approaches and the weather heats up this salad is must. Perfect for barbecues or on its own, the crisp texture of cos lettuce, the creamy avocado, meaty prawns and refreshing melon will leave you feeling satisfied and healthy!
This soup is thick and satisfying with the roasted pumpkin and spices adding a deep, rich flavour. If you don’t enjoy lentils feel free to substitute with another legume or pulse or omit completely.
Eggplant is one of the least consumed vegetables due to the fact that many people do not know how to prepare it! However, it’s a vegetable that is incredibly easy to cook and one that is nearly impossible to overcook, because the longer you cook it the better it tastes!
This is a risotto where the hero of the dish is not the rice and instead more emphasis is given to the vegetables. This is a truly decadent risotto with a creamy pumpkin puree coating the rice, topped with chunky pieces of roasted pumpkin and crispy kalettes.
This Fresh Please dish is simple, light, full of flavour and just perfect for those warmer summer days. The pickled cabbage will keep for a couple of weeks so make a larger amount and add to salads or other main dishes.
This recipe makes the most of the best seasonal produce. The sharp and acidic grapefruit and the bitter greens counteract and balance the rich healthy fats from the tuna and sesame seeds.
This recipe is not about the pork – the hero is all our Fresh Please premium produce. It’s about the fresh herbs, the subtle heat from the red chilli, the sweet bright Australian mango, our super crispy cos lettuce and zesty sweet lime juice which together create a fresh, flavour explosion.
White fish is delicate, subtle and sweet in flavour. The addition of our Fresh Please sweet summer cherry tomatoes, which are firm but sweet, and Fresh Please Australian grapes both compliment the white fish perfectly.