Live to Eat or Eat to Live: 5 Healthy Recipes to Try

Finding healthy recipes can often be a challenge. As you read this article, you'll learn five healthy recipes to try.

Quinoa Salad
While it tastes similar to rice, quinoa is actually a high-protein seed that's full of nutrients. Quinoa is an awesome base for your healthy meal because it keeps you full and is easily customized to preference. To begin, simply bring water to a boil, add the quinoa, and allow it to simmer. Then remove the quinoa from the stove and add a little olive oil. You can add some feta cheese, onion, parsley, bell pepper, and a dash of salt and pepper for a more flavorful salad.

Salmon & Faux-tatoes
Salmon is one of the healthiest entree options you can have, as salmon is rich in omega-3's, vitamin B, protein, and more. The tastiest salmon will be drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper, and a little lemon. Simply season the salmon and then bake it for about half an hour at about 400 degrees Fahrenheit. A perfect side dish is cauliflower. Cauliflower is full of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, and other vitamins. If you want your cauliflower to taste as good a mashed potatoes, steam the cauliflower on high for about ten minutes. Then, add some olive oil, salt, pepper, your favorite cheese, and mash it up.

Chili is not only simple to make, but can also be quite healthy. Start with a turkey chili base and add several of your favorite veggies. Begin by browning the meat in a pan, and slice up some onions, bell pepper, carrots, and celery. Then place everything in a crock pot, add some beans and allow everything to simmer for several hours.

Spinach Salad
The healthiest salads will have a spinach base. Spinach is full of vitamins, nutrients, and fiber. To create a delicious spinach salad, add some sliced strawberries and goat cheese. Next, drizzle some balsamic vinegar and a little olive oil and you'll have a delicious salad within minutes.

A healthy snack that is easy to make, and cool on a warm day are smoothies. They are a great way to get your daily serving of veggies without even tasting them. To make a delicious, healthy smoothie, begin with an almond milk base. Add a handful of spinach, berries, a dollop of almond butter, and a scoop of protein powder in a blender. Blend everything together until smooth and you'll have a tasty, nutritious treat. Add more fruit for a sweeter taste if you want to mask the veggies.

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Posted by: Zein Okeh Quick Meal Ideas, Updated at: 9:24 AM

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