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Can I tell you something? Could be a book or you go for a client you want, superfood or a magic pill but at the end of the day, healthy eating should be simple? Today I’m going to show you different healthy recipes using different ingredients that are really simple yet tasty.
A lot of you have been commenting online that I have to wait since this whole pandemic slash lockdown happened currently not in my home country. I have slept in the UK and I didn’t know about six months down the line I would still be here I’ve always known that my body is susceptible to weight gain and I’ve always been very conscious of that instrument of the food. Choices that I make but I’m just not used to this global open activity where for the last seven months I’ve only really been able to go outside just to get groceries.
In any case, I’ve been trying my best to eat healthily and eat clean. What does that mean exactly it means eating very simple food with limited ingredients and limited seasoning. Unlike what you think of what you might see here, my day to day dishes is actually quite boring. Unfortunately, I can’t really close-talk this much because someone would rather click on a video that says the best-grilled cheese ever versus being written down.
Following recipes are made with these healthy different ingredients made with this amazing multifood processor
but are not set in stone and you can change them there also put very simply with some pantry staples that you might have lying around at home. Showing you that healthy food doesn’t need to be the most exciting thing in the world. Can still be quite tasty and made with affordable ingredients
#1 Chicken with White Beans in Tomato Sauce
1/2 hours standard
Ingredients: salt, pepper, fish sauce, olive oil, and vinegar and some water, chicken thighs scallions white beans garlic and tomato sauce. The first thing we want to do is a complete chick in your hot pan on medium heat with one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil. Make sure it’s spread all over properly, place your bone-in chicken thighs skin side down season with salt and reduce the fire to medium-low. You’re going to want to cook this for about 10 minutes so quite slowly.
Uncovered and then 10 minutes covered just on one side making sure to check it frequently just so that it doesn’t burn this will render the fat in the thighs and crisp up the skin after 15 to 20 minutes. Flip them over and cook for a further 10 minutes or until cooked. In another pan take two cloves of sliced garlic until tender not brown before adding you’re rinsed and strain beans. Any beans will do toss everything together, add in your tomato sauce and a little bit of water, reduce it gently and cook for 15 minutes on low heat.
Make sure to season it with salt when ready place the beans on your plate the chicken and add the fifth ingredients some sliced scallions finish with some salt and pepper
# 2 Pumpkin coconut milk shrimps garlic and ginger
Get a pan to heat up add the boiled fried garlic and ginger until you see a little bit of browning, usually about 3 minutes tossing your pumpkin and cover with water and some coconut milk. Simmer this together until the sauce thickens slightly and your pumpkin is really soft.
At this point, you want the kind of like a natural fact word separates a little bit so really brings in more of a fatty feeling to your mouth which is quite a delicious seasoning. This with some fish at this point you can add in your shrimp and pick them for about 5 minutes. This is perfect alone but if you really want some white rice to go for it just remember that one portion of rice is actually not One Cup, but half a cup for sorry to break the news.
# Learning the Basics
Keeping it simple in the kitchen doesn’t mean you can’t have amazing food. But that not only looks incredible but tastes fantastic too.
My first recipe is so easy to remove the stress from cooking and it’s a pleasure to make. And so so healthy:
@ Duck eggs lettuce wraps
Cooking should never be a chore. the more you cook more confident you become. that way starts enjoying it and that’s the key to cooking and having fun along the way.
2 boiled eggs
1 lettuce leaf
1 hand of chopped dill
2 cheddar cheese slices
1 big herbal wrap
Salt&pepper & seasoning by choice
# Comfort Food
@ No Sugar No flour Oaty cookies
250 g rolled jumbo oats
250 g flour from crushed oats
1 big Banana
2 black fresh prunes
2 tbsp clear honey or Marple syrup
2 tbsp cinnamon
#3 Mint homemade chocolate
Ingredients / 100g :
2 tbsp honey
38 g Cocoa butter
2 sp jumbo rolled oats
2 sp chopped walnuts
2 tbsp peppermint essence of your choice
2 tbsp cocoa powder
#4 Oat Milk
90 g jumbo rolled oats
1 hand left in the water for 1/2h-1h cashew/walnuts
2 tbsp clear honey or Marple syrup
1 tbsp vanilla essence