Lighten up for summer! Here, five health(ier) recipes from chefs at some of the world's best hotels.
We love to eat. And we love to cook. And we like to think we're eating healthier. But sometimes, it just tastes better when somebody else does the cooking. So, we're bringing the best of both worlds to you with a few healthier recipes from some of the world's top chefs at some of the world's best hotels. The best part? It's a full day's menu and then some, for breakfast, lunch, teatime and dinner, all right here.
We asked top chefs from some of the world's coolest culinary capitals and destinations – Hong Kong, London, Bali and Toronto – to weigh in on how to make some of our favourite things. Can you say a healthier grilled cheese sandwich? Okay, full disclosure here: we must admit it's hard to say grilled cheese is healthy, but when you throw in Kimchi, a fermented super food of the moment that's typically a combination of shredded napa cabbage and daikon radish, it's hard to resist sharing the recipe from our friends at the Cordis, Hong Kong. Luckily we've redeemed our selves with the addition of a fresh take on a smoothie by Canadian super chef Mark McEwan and his crew at One Restaurant at the Hazelton hotel in Toronto that will help jump start your day and have your body firing on all cylinders.
Speaking of fiery, Bali is a destination that's blazing on many a travellers' radar this year. The Fairmont Sanur, in a glorious old-school fishing village on the southeast coast of Bali and just off Sanur Beach, steams up delicious fare, and we've got one of their favourites to share with you.
And, of course, we threw in cocktail inspiration for good measure from one of our favourite London Secret addresses, Manetta's bar at Flemings hotel in Mayfair (plus a scrumptious recipe for scallops from Ormer Mayfair, the hotel's fabulous resto headed up by the Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin). Because if you can't drink to your health, what can you drink to?
Click through for our pick of Secret Health(ier) Recipes of Top Chefs. Bon appetit!
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