Is trout the ‘chicken of the fish’? Whether or not you agree with this, one thing is certain. If you prepare it well. it’s damn tasty. This is why we suggest you this grilled trout with a tangy and refreshing umami salad.
Welcome to the ever-nutritious pearl barley! We’ll mix it with vegetable goodies and herbs. We’ll flavor with lemon juice and olive oil and we’ll use this salad to stuff tomatoes. The result will be a no-brainer refreshing starter dish, a vegan treat, or even a side-dish for that matter.
These chocolate bars are all chocolate, almonds, and coconuts. So skip the oil and butter and use coconut oil and almond butter. Instead of table sugar use coconut sugar and replace the flour with almond flour. And finally, what would a chocolate bar be without chocolate?!
OK, maybe the low-fat catfish hasn’t the Omega-3 load that salmon or mackerel have, but still, he’s got enough of it and has a lot of other nutrients. Let’s sear and bake some. We’ll serve it seasoned with an incredibly flavored spinach pesto, where dill and parsley are doing their thing.
When it comes to topping and upgrading your daily toast, it’s so easy to get creative! You can follow your own imagination or you can top the roasted slices of bread with fried sardines and with a mildly sweet mixture of capers and onion. Your choice. Did we mention the mustard and the mayo?
This warm salad has pretty much everything in it: meat and cereals, greenies and legumes. Therefore, you should try and use one of the largest bowls in your kitchen. These quantities are for 3 servings. Eat responsibly.
How about grilling a few blackfin tuna steaks? Then pan-cook some onion, pancetta, and couscous together with crunchy and super-healthy crumbled pistachios. Finish by baking the fried fish on a bed of flavored and enhanced couscous. Is this a winner, or what?
You only need 10 minutes to assemble a couscous salad that is both meaty and fruity. Give couscous 7 minutes to soak, then mix it with the pulled chicken. This time we’ll go all the way on the citrus path and toss one wedged juicy orange, then drizzle everything with a lemony orange dressing.
The simplest recipes are the best! Take this one, for instance. It’s about sauteing green beans and serving them topped with pan-fried crumbled almonds. You’ll use orange juice, parsley, rosemary, and garlic to flavor it. It’s a 15-minute job.
This vegetarian rich salad can also be consumed as a main course, too. It’s a low-fat low-cal mildly sweet and sour mixture of boiled green beans, vinegar-soaked red onion, cherry tomatoes, and panko. We made it even more interesting by flavoring it with soy sauce and serving it drizzled with lime juice.
This may look like restaurant-stuff but know that if you can spare 30 minutes and you have all the ingredients ready at your side, you can easily do it, too. It’s all about putting together a polenta and a salad and grilling or frying a beautiful T-Bone steak.