Healthy living

Has anyone got any decent reciepes for people like me who would like to eat more healthily?

i would appreciate it if this thread didn't turn into spam, i do actually want to use some good reciepes.

all sorts of food apreciated, apart from ragouts.

thanks in advance

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morales

i would appreciate it if this thread didn't turn into spam



Me too, i much prefer corned beef :thumbsup:

emasu

Me too, i much prefer corned beef :thumbsup:




there both packed with salt and fat, so there a no no for this thread:thumbsup:

The BBC website is superb and you can search on healthy options, how fast to cook etc
]http//ww…es/

Good luck

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loupomm

you could send off for this for some … you could send off for this for some ideashttp://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=62587




thanks, just ordered one of those.

The BBC website is superb and you can search on healthy options, how fast … The BBC website is superb and you can search on healthy options, how fast to cook etchttp://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/




yeah i've been using that every now and then, but its still difficult to find actually decent stuff to make, recommendations are usually nicer

if your a Tesco Clubcard holder then phone up clubcard on the number on the keyfob tomorrow and ask to join the healthy living club :thumbsup:

Iv heard its really good, you get a magazine with recipes and what to buy etc for free every month.

I am vegetarian, so couldnt offer advice on meat dishes - but I do cook a lot and could write up some receipes if you wanted?

PM me and I'll give you some of the stuff I make, you can tell me what you want receipes for

Delia online has recipes for everything. ]http//ww…om/

If you cook from scratch then things are generally healthier straight away.

My favourite recipe when I'm in a rush is onion and pea risotto: -

1) Peel and roughly chop a medium to large onion and fry in a little olive oil until soft.
2)Add your risotto rice (I think Arborio is the best and readily available) and stir into the onions for 2 minutes.
3)Pour in 0.5 litre of boiling water for 2 people, 1 litre if cooking for four.
4) Add 3 vegatable stock cubes and a little salt and pepper.
5) Stir continuously until the rice has absorbed the water.
6) 5 minutes before the end add 0.75 of a cup of frozen peas.

It tastes really good on its own but you can also put on some sausages just before you cook the Risotto. It also tastes good with chicken. Just cook a couple of chicken breasts and squeeze lemon juice over at the end.

Simple!
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