Healthy Snacks. No-bake coconut protein balls. Deviled Eggs. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 4 large eggs 1 tbsp plain yogurt 1 tsp mustard garlic clove salt and pepper Instructions 1 Place eggs in a saucepan large enough to hold them in single layer.
Add cold water to cover eggs by 1 inch. 15 minutes for extra large eggs 12 minutes for large eggs 9 minutes for medium eggs Tip: Fresher eggs are harder to peel. Greek Salad. Healthy Meatballs. Cucumber Radish Salad. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 3 small cucumbers batch of radishes small batch of spring onions small batch of fresh dill 1 tbsp olive oil salt and pepper.
Healthy Burgers. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 2 pounds ( 1kg ) ground pork 3-4 egg yolks 2 oz ( 60g ) steel cut oats 2 tbsp of olive oil pepper and salt Instructions 1 Combine ground meat, ground oats and egg yolks in a bowl.
Season and add olive oil. 2 Split into 4 or 6 portions. 3 Make burgers. 4 Bake in the oven at 200 ºC 392 ºF fan uncovered until cooked through. 30 min 15 min each side. Compact Recipe High Resolution .PDF | GDrive | Download. Cucumber, Garlic and Yogurt Sauce. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 1 medium cucumber 7oz ( 200g ) plain Greek yogurt 2 garlic cloves 1 tbsp olive oil salt, pepper and paprika 1 tsp white wine vinegar (optional) Instructions 1 Cut cucumber in half lengthwise, use a spoon to scrape out the seeds (discard these) then grate it. 2 Place the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.
Compact Recipe High Resolution .PDF | GDrive | Download. Eggplant Pomegranate. Nutrition Facts Ingredients eggplant 5 oz ( 150 g) frozen green beans pomegranate 2 oz ( 60g) feta cheese 2 garlic cloves 1 tbsp olive oil salt and pepper for taste Instructions 1 Make the dressing: Crush garlic cloves, a handful of pomegranate seeds with a spoon or garlic press and mix with olive oil. 2 Cut the eggplant into thin strips. 3 Boil green beans or cook in the microwave for 5 minutes covered with water. 4 Place everything in a bowl, mix and add the dressing.
Compact Recipe High Resolution .PDF | GDrive | Download. Baked Eggplant Pork. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 1 medium eggplant 1 lb ( 450g ) ground pork two small tomatoes small onion garlic clove 7 oz ( 200g ) shredded cheese 2 tps ( 30g ) plain yogurt 2 egg yolks 2 tbsp olive oil salt and pepper Instructions 1 Prep the vegetables: Dice tomatoes, onion, garlic and slice the eggplant into thin strips. 2 Make the topping by mixing together egg yolk, yogurt & cheese. 3 Cook the onion and the garlic over medium heat: cover the pan and let it sauté for 5 minutes until soft. 4 Add tomatoes and cook covered for another 5 minutes. 5 Add eggplant and cover again - cook for another 10 min until the eggplant is soft. 6 Transfer the vegetables into a baking pan and spread in a layer covering the bottom. 7 Add the pork to the pan and fry in a 1tsp of olive oil. 8 Add the cooked ground pork to the baking pan and spread it into the second layer. 9 Add the topping and cook uncovered in the middle of the oven at 160 ºC ( 320 ºF) for 20 minutes - until slightly golden on top.
Baked Tomato Eggplant. Light Caesar Salad. Caesar salad are pretty notorious.
They can be healthy or unhealthy depending on the ingredients you use. Store-bought will always give you less chicken and a ton of preservatives plus it’ll be swimming in mayo. Making one at home is quick, especially if you use chicken chips that take less time to grill (15 minutes). You’ll need some lettuce, grilled chicken, a small Greek yogurt and mustard. Sausages With Spinach. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 6 medium size sausages pack of spinach [ 250g / 10 oz ] olive oil for frying Instructions 1Cut the sausages and arrange them in a single layer in a frying pan.
Fry until golden on one side, flip over and fry until cooked through. 2 Fill a deep frying pan with spinach, add olive oil, cover with a lid - shimmer and stir occasionally until cooked through. 3 Serve sausages with spinach. Compact Recipe. Beans with rice. Nutrition Facts Ingredients 2 cans red kidney beans 1/2 cup of rice to 1 cup of water 1 stock cube + 1 cup of water 1 leek 2 small onions salt and pepper for taste Instructions.
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Courgettes Carrot Spread. Easy and tasty vegetable spread / dip. Nutrition Facts Ingredients. Sauteed Cabbage. One of the easiest cabbage recipes - sauteed with onions and tomato paste. It takes just minutes to prepare (mostly slicing and dicing) and after that you just need to keep an eye on the pot from time to time making sure it still has enough moisture to saute in (water and juices). It helps to simmer it from time to time but otherwise it's fairly straightforward. Although basic the recipe is very high in nutrients and low in calorific value - so it has that going for it.
It can be served on its own or it can be combined with fried turkey mince. Chocolate Oat Balls. Chocolate oat balls can be used as a snack or even a treat depending on how much honey you use when you make them. It’s an easy five-minute mix of steel-cut oats, coconut milk, cocoa powder and honey for sweetness but it’ll take at least an hour for the steel-cut oats to soak the milk in and soften up. They become soft and creamy and they are very filling so they will keep you full for a very long time. The mix should feel a bit moist at first once everything is combined - don’t worry, the oats will soak it all in.
They are best served chilled so keep them in the fridge, covered to prevent them from drying out. They’ll last in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Tomato Honey Eggplant. An easy way to cook an eggplant - coat it with tomato paste and bake covered with foil. Cauliflower Eggs. Eggs and cauliflower go really well together. You can have a bowl for breakfast – it’s quick to make, or you can use it as a garnish. It will also work as a light dinner. On its own cauliflower doesn’t taste like anything but it is delicious with fried egg. It’s a high protein meal and it doesn’t weigh you down the way mac’n’cheese does. High Protein Egg Spread. Healthy Budget Visual Recipes.