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Healthy Recipes To Try In January

Start the year as you mean to go on with these healthy and delicious recipes.

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Healthy Recipes To Try In January

Start the year as you mean to go on with these healthy and delicious recipes.

Healthy Recipes To Try In January | DonalSkehan.com, Start the year as you mean to go on with these healthy and delicious recipes.
Monday, January 9, 2017
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Do you embrace all things health and fitness in January or are you still munching on the last of the selection boxes? Whatever camp you fall into, I have gathered up some delicious dishes for you to try in 2017 and they just so happen to be good for you too. My kind of food!

Do you embrace all things health and fitness in January or are you still munching on the last of the selection boxes? Whatever camp you fall into, I have gathered up some delicious dishes for you to try in 2017 and they just so happen to be good for you too. My kind of food!

1. Super Power Chilli

Making a vegetarian chilli con carne is surprisingly simple; replacing beef or pork with grains like lentils and quinoa makes for a deliciously light, yet rich and filling meal. You might be thinking it’s not going to fool you or the meat eater in your life, but I promise when you serve it up with a spicy smoky corn salsa and all the other accompaniments, nobody will have any complaints!

Recipe here.

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1. Super Power Chilli

Making a vegetarian chilli con carne is surprisingly simple; replacing beef or pork with grains like lentils and quinoa makes for a deliciously light, yet rich and filling meal. You might be thinking it’s not going to fool you or the meat eater in your life, but I promise when you serve it up with a spicy smoky corn salsa and all the other accompaniments, nobody will have any complaints!

Recipe here.

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2. Dan Dan Noodles

A recipe with as many variations as an Irish stew, dan dan noodles are a classic element of Chinese Sichuan cuisine. The core of the recipe consists of a noodles, a spicy peanut sauce and minced pork. You can find udon noodles vacuum packed in most Asian stores.

Recipe here.

2. Dan Dan Noodles

A recipe with as many variations as an Irish stew, dan dan noodles are a classic element of Chinese Sichuan cuisine. The core of the recipe consists of a noodles, a spicy peanut sauce and minced pork. You can find udon noodles vacuum packed in most Asian stores.

Recipe here.

3. Cauliflower & Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini chickpea falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Recipe here.

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3. Cauliflower & Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini chickpea falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Recipe here.

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4. Griddled Baby Gem Salad

A rather simple recipe that only takes a matter of minutes to prepare and results in a unique and smokey salad- if you could call it that. Baby gem lettuce charred on a BBQ or inside on a griddle pan is a thing of beauty and well worth the gamble. Drizzled with a sharp creamy dressing and garnished with salty pecorino and toasted hazelnuts, it makes for a decent supper or an alternative side dish.

Recipe here.

 

4. Griddled Baby Gem Salad

A rather simple recipe that only takes a matter of minutes to prepare and results in a unique and smokey salad- if you could call it that. Baby gem lettuce charred on a BBQ or inside on a griddle pan is a thing of beauty and well worth the gamble. Drizzled with a sharp creamy dressing and garnished with salty pecorino and toasted hazelnuts, it makes for a decent supper or an alternative side dish.

Recipe here.

 

5. Singapore Noodles

After a recent stay in a house with a limited kitchen, my love for one-pan dishes has grown. These Singapore noodles lend themselves well to the one-pan cause as they use rice vermicelli noodles. The noodles come alive with only a brief lick of boiling liquid and wrapped up with curry powder, tender vegetables and Asian ingredients, consider your supper served! Recipe from my new book Eat.Live.Go which can be ordered here.

Recipe here.

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5. Singapore Noodles

After a recent stay in a house with a limited kitchen, my love for one-pan dishes has grown. These Singapore noodles lend themselves well to the one-pan cause as they use rice vermicelli noodles. The noodles come alive with only a brief lick of boiling liquid and wrapped up with curry powder, tender vegetables and Asian ingredients, consider your supper served! Recipe from my new book Eat.Live.Go which can be ordered here.

Recipe here.

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