Ready to crank up your recipe rota?

4 Quick

Ready to crank up your recipe rota?

Tired of making and eating the same main meals?

Then this weeks article is designed just for you. Amp up your recipes as I share with you four quick (and nutritious) main meals. We are talking minimal number of ingredients but maximum taste.

They say that variety is the spice of life and 2016 is going to be no exception. Lets get cooking!

4 quick main meals

Spicy Thai Noodles

Spicy Thai Noodles

This is great go-to dish that can be whipped up in ten minutes or less. Perfect for when you get home late from work and you need to eat something pronto.

It is healthy and nutritious but most of all it is super tasty so whole family will enjoy it.

This makes a great main meal and the left overs (if there are any) are great the next day for lunch. I have also served this as an entree at a dinner party.

Recipe spicy Thai noodles →

Quinoa Salad

Super salad

This super salad can be eaten warm or cold, so it works for an Aussie summer or for a UK winter. It is easy to prepare, keeps well and can be made ahead to take to work or a picnic. The ingredients used will boost your health and satisfy your taste buds.

Quinoa is a complete food, containing all essential amino acids. It is high in protein, iron, potassium and it is easy to digest. It is a gluten-free grain that makes a nice alternative to rice or cous cous.

Pomegranate provides you with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron and a good dose of antioxidants.

Asparagus is loaded with vitamins A, C, E and K and is a very good source of fiber. It is a detoxifier and helps rid your body of free radicals which may help to protect against certain forms of cancers. Asparagus slows the ageing processing as it is packed with antioxidants.

While the butternut squash is a anti-inflammatory vegetable that is a rich source of omega 3 and beta-carotene, both of which are important for a strong immune system to help protect against colds and flu.

Recipe quinoa salad →

Teriyaki Salmon

Teriyaki Salmon

Need a quick and nutritious week night dinner?

Then this salmon recipe will have you sorted.  The marinade only takes a few minutes to make, add the salmon and leave it to absorb the flavours while you prepare a side salad, rice or veggies. Then just bake the salmon for 12 minutes or so – dinner is served.

Salmon is a nutrient dense, high-quality protein and it is an excellent source of potassium, selenium and vitamin B12. But it is the salmons omega-3 fatty acids that are brilliant for good heart health and healthy brain function.

Recipe teriyaki salmon →

Spanish Lentil Stew

Spanish lentil stew

Last summer we did an amazing trip to Spain, we explored Barcelona city and a small village about one and half hours away from Barcelona in the Catalan hinterlands. It was here in the Catalan region, that our friends introduced us to this Spanish Lentil Stew.

This Spanish Lentil Stew was traditionally a hearty, peasant meal, designed to feed a large group of family and friends. It takes a handful of simple ingredients and turns them into a taste sensation.

Lentils are a rich source of iron (which supports energy production and metabolism function), fibre and protein. They are also low in calories and contain virtually no fat.

Recipe Spanish lentil stew →

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