Can you give me some healthy recipes for one person?
I have a few healthy recipes that is great for one person: 1. Turkey meatballs in natural tomato sauce with green beans and eggplants: it is quite low in calories and made from all natural ingredients. It is paleo. You can make 4 servings and put the remaining 3 in the fridge or you can reduce the portion when you cook. 2. Healthy veggie packed Indian curry: made from all natural ingredients but if you don't like beef, you can use chicken or other protein. You can omit the Greek yogurt if you don't like dairy. You can also omit the flour in the recipe and just use soy yogurt or coconut milk to thicken the curry. It is a very low calorie curry and a huge celebration of indian spices. 3. paleo vegetable soup: you can add in your favorite veggies such as leeks, potatoes, corns, etc. Once you make the soup add in some lean protein. It is easy and perfect for one person. Hopefully you find some of the recipes helpful :-)
What are your favorite recipes for healthy eating on a budget?
Eating healthy can be hard, especially if you’re on a budget (I can testify to that). But it doesn’t have to be only tasteless salads, here we go:Smoothies - you can mix and match pretty much any fruits (and vegetables, esp. greens if you want to make them healthier) you like or can buy at the time. Smoothies make a great breakfast food, for example, they’re also quick and easy to eat on the go. (see below for ideas)Rice, beans, potatoes - these are super healthy, essential foods on a budget, esp. if you’re looking for a savory meal. They’re a staple in many nutritious recipes and are easy to mix and match, to ensure you won’t get sick of them. For example; rice and beans, beans with toast, roasted potatoes, homemade potato chips, to name a few.Oatmeal, fruits, nuts - these are wonderful if you’re craving something sweet. Full of fiber, they make the healthiest of desserts. To get started, you try banana oatmeal cookies, banana ice cream (blending up frozen bananas), and any nut butter or nut milk, or just fruits alone.The right condiments - Not a recipe, but these can really spice up any healthy food and make sure you won’t get bored any time soon. Try sriracha, ketchup (or just tomato sauce), nutritional yeast, Hungarian paprika, and more.
Healthy pancake recipes?
Yes, pancakes are reasonably healthy food. A good portion contains half a liter of milk, 250 grams of wheat, 3 eggs and a spoon of mild tasting oil (could be sunflower oil or peanut oil, no olive oil). I don't like the taste of baking powder much, so I wouldn't use that...but that is a matter of taste. Mix it well, first put the milk in then the wheat little by little while stirring, then the eggs. Stir all well until it is one smooth liquid. You can make some 6 or 7 pancakes from that. If you need less, just take half (with either 1 big or 2 small eggs) Personally I love it with syrup, but not sweet can be nice too. I sometimes use cheese, thin sliced tomatoe, a bit of ham for it and spread a bit salt, pepper, some french herbs and a few lines of ketchup on it. It adds to the nice crispy taste to frie the ham for a minute first, then bake the pancake and when it is well on one side I turn it and put all the things on it. It is so yummy !
Is ginger dressing healthy?
Every restaurant has it's own recipe. Down below you'll find one recipe. There is nothing unhealthy about this dressing, but like all things in life....moderation is the key. Pete Japanese Style Ginger Salad Dressing 20 Servings Ingredients: 3 lb Onion 1 1/2 lb Carrot 1/2 lb Celery 1/4 lb Fresh Ginger 1 Lemon 1 Orange 4 C Vinegar 4 C Soy Sauce 1 C Water 2 t Tomato Paste 8 C Vegetable Oil 1 C Sugar Method: Blend all ingredients in blender for about 1 minute. Mix well before serving.
What are some healthy meals you can make in 10 minutes or less?
You didn't mention if you have a kitchen or a microwave, but you can put this together using a microwave or hot pot. Brown rice, canned chili (or use salsa and rinsed canned beans), frozen mixed vegetables (thawed), and a little cheese. Top with some shredded lettuce or bagged salad. Trader Joe's has vacuum sealed brown rice as well as frozen brown rice that are just heat and serve. Their turkey chili is great. Sometimes we have this meal with baked potatoes instead of rice. Enjoy and kudos to you for trying to eat healthy!
What are some healthy but very frugal recipes I could try?
Get into baking.Bake your own muffins and breads.You can find any number of awesome zucchini bread recipes, carrot muffins, all sorts of stuff.The cost investment may be more than you'd like at the start, but once you have a bread pan, a muffin tin, and baking soda, all you really need is flour, oil and eggs, maybe some salt and sugar, which are all super cheap.
Cheap, healthy meals that can be made with microwave?
im a college student, have a mini fridge/freezer and a microwave. i dont want to get fat off of ramen noodles and wanted to know if anyone has any ideas of what i could easily make without breaking the bank