This tomato soup is passed through a sieve, to get a fine cream. Flavored with garlic, thyme, and fresh basil and there you have it: the perfect dish for a light dinner.
The Montignac diet is a low glycemic diet plan designed for people who love food and don’t want to give up on it while trying to lose weight. This program focuses on consuming foods low on the glycemic index, in order to better control the amount of glucose delivered into the bloodstream after eating.
Not sure where to start? Get inspired by our wide collection of Montignac recipes, as colorful and as tasty as homemade meals can get.
If you’re following the Montignac diet, save this recipe in your cookbook. We talk about a very satisfying piece of rib-eye steak served with a flavorful red wine and porcini mushroom sauce. You can enjoy your steak as is but also paired with some low glycemic index veggies like broccoli or zucchini.
A classic tuna salad usually has lettuce and sweet corn as mains. But we made this one differently, by adding green beans, bell pepper, and cherry tomatoes, to make it more satisfying. Still, we have one more secret ingredient! The dressing, which is cooked a little bit on the stove before getting it into the salad.
You can make these Greek-style stuffed mushrooms anytime you want a delicious and calorie-free dinner. If you want to make them for your next party, cook in big batches because they’ll disappear from the table pretty quick! The secret? A delicious stuffing made with broccoli, feta cheese, garlic, and oregano.