After fresh ideas for meals that are healthy but still pack a flavour punch? We've got salads and vegetable-packed bowls to soups and light desserts.
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"One autumn afternoon while on holiday in Paris, I discovered a tiny restaurant with walls covered in white and blue tiles, a former crèmerie," says Damien Pignolet. "Reading the menu I was entranced by this at first curious-sounding salad. On second thought, it was the perfect balance of sweet, salty and acidic flavours, with the texture of seared scallops contrasted by the slight bitterness of the witlof and married by the toasty hazelnut vinaigrette. I asked the young waiter if there might be a table available for dinner and he obliged with, 'Bien sûr, Monsieur.' At 11pm I returned to enjoy this brilliant salade composée. I brought it back to my then restaurant, Claude's, and then to Bistro Moncur in Sydney. Now I'm at Regatta in Rose Bay and we offer this marvel as a special; it's always well received, I guess because it ticks all the palate boxes."
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