These are easy recipes to include in your meal plans. Each recipe has been tested, and selected for the ease with which it can be prepared as well for it’s delicious taste and health value.
Also included in each recipe is a nutrition table showing the amount of saturated fat and total calories per serving, as well as number of serves and time to prepare and cook.
Healthy Cooking Methods
Preparing healthy meals requires a change to healthier methods of cooking such as roasting, grilling and baking. This helps to limit the amount of fat used in cooking. As fat often gives food it’s flavour, many of these recipes are spiced up to enhance flavour. Healthy spices such as garlic, ginger and turmeric are often used.
These easy recipes are twists on traditional fare from different cuisines such as Indian, Middle Eastern and Portuguese dishes. They have been adjusted to make healthier meals.
This tasty shish kebab is made from minced beef instead of lamb. As a result, it is healthier than the shish kebabs made in traditional Middle Eastern or Pakistani cuisine. This is because beef contains about half the fat of lamb. Beef kebabs can also be made using diced beef instead of mince. However, this …
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This spicy grilled salmon recipe is a tasty Indian flavoured dish, in which salmon steaks are marinated in tandoori powder and grilled, then topped with a yoghurt and served with a cucumber salad and steamed vegetables. Salmon is an excellent source of omega-3’s and an anti-inflammatory food that is a good choice to include in …
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This mouth watering recipe for garlic prawns is a traditional Portuguese way of cooking grilled prawns with olive oil and garlic, after marinating in lemon juice and chilli flakes. Potuguese food is known for it’s fiery taste, and you can use as much or as little of chilli flakes as you like to spice up …
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