Fruits are a great source of vitamins and minerals, which are essential for the health and maintenance of our body. If you are feeling too lazy to enjoy fruits before or after your meal or as a supplement in general, then why not incorporate them into your dish? Here are seven recipes for you to try.

  1. Garlic Lemon Wild Chicken Soup

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Lemons are a good source vitamin C and helps to improve the quality of your skin. Add lemon to your chicken soup and enjoy a nutritious and tasty dish slow-cooked to perfection. Create your dish with a Thermos® Shuttle Chef®, a portable thermal cooker that cooks your food while you focus on other tasks.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Apple Pork Lean Meat Soup

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Who knew one could find apple and pork in the same soup? This recipe is rich in zinc and potassium, which means it will benefit your body and fill you up at the same time. Also, the soup is packed with electrolytes, which replenishes your lost body fluid more effectively than plain water. Here’s a quick tip: use red apples to make your soup taste sweet; but if you’re game to try a slightly sour soup, try using green apples.

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  1. Strawberry Pineapple Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Tortilla Chips

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Photo credit: baked by Rachel

A fancy party dish, the colours and vibrancy of the Strawberry Pineapple Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Tortilla Chips are a mood booster. The tortilla chips are a good touch if you want something with more crunch. A healthier choice over pizzas, don’t you agree?

Find the recipe here.

  1. Tender Roast Duck with Citrus & Carrots

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Photo credit: BBC GoodFood

Peeled oranges can be used in so many ways, and one example is to cook them with your roast duck. A scrumptious meal for two, serve the dish with mashed potatoes and watercress or any green vegetables of your choice.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Mango Chicken Stir Fry

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Photo credit: Crème de la Crumb

Stir fry is one of Asian’s favourite cooking method, and need we explain why? It’s quick, efficient, and gets the dish done as flavourful as possible. The mouthwatering dish, both sweet and savoury coupled with the aroma of peppers and mangoes, is best paired with rice.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Vegetarian Fruity Curry Tofu

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Fruit and curry are an uncommon combination but nonetheless healthy and delicious. Great for people who don’t usually take spicy food, the Vegetarian Fruity Curry is a nutritious and flavourful treat for lunch or dinner. This recipe can be cooked using a Thermos® Food Jar.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Chocolate Covered Watermelon

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Photo credit: delish

Fruity dessert, anyone? We love this dessert because it is a combination of melted chocolate, watermelon, and sea salt. Fun to look at and tastier than it looks, the Chocolate Covered Watermelon is a wonderful treat on a hot day.

Find the recipe here.

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