Tuna courgette fritters are the perfect dinner for when your fridge is running low on stock or you simply can’t be bothered! They take about 10 mins in total and you can also pre-make for lunch-prep or even freeze to eat later! They’re also pretty bloody delicious!
Last week I had a horrible realisation that I have been cooking the same eight meals over and over for about two months. So at the weekend I dug out all of my recipe books for a bit of inspiration. My all time faves are Joe Wicks’ Lean in 15 range and Clean Eating Alice.
I’m pretty rubbish at following instructions of any kind, especially recipe books as I’m wayyy too impatient, so instead I take some pics of the dishes I like the look of and freestyle the recipe up as I go along. The first one I gave a crack at was a coconutty prawn masala, packed with veggies and some easy-peasy rice. It took about 15-20 mins max all in and was perfect after a horrible training run (4 days until my half marathon, eurgh!).
Sticky salmon is one of my favourite go-to’s, and after rediscovering my love for aubergine in my cheesy aubergine bake the other week, I stumbled across an amazing recipe by the food medic. I tweaked the recipe to make it FODMAP friendly and added in a couple of extra bits and this is what I came up with… a delicious sweet, sticky soy fish and vegetable dish!
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Going to the gym before work means that I eat breakfast at my desk, which limits me a little in terms of choices. I usually go through two-moth cycles of eating a certain breakfast until I get bored of it, but overnight oats is always the one I come back to. They’re super-quick to prep, easy to eat on the go and absolutely delicious!
I also love that you can vary them up using different flavours. I usually keep the base the same, but choose from my list of favourite “flavour bulkers” to thicken them up or just add an extra bit of tasteyness. Choose one or even try mixing a few!
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This is one of my almost forgotten mid-week favourites! I used to cook it weekly but it somehow made it off of my regular rota. It’s the ideal dish to eat as the star role with salad, or team with meat, fish or potato to bulk it out. It’s a dish that takes you minutes to prepare on a Monday and one that you have enough to add to your meals for days – ideal for a busy life!
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Spaghetti has always been my favourite, ever since I was little! Lucky for me, gluten free spaghetti has got better and better over the years; and teamed with a rich home-made tomatoey sauce along with every type of seafood I can get my hands on, it’s one of my favourite Friday night treats (along with a glass of wine of course)!
Seafood wise, I usually go for a frozen bag of baby scallops along with a selection of mixed seafood such as mussels and prawns. I have also been known to add a salmon fillet on top (as per above) but to be honest, that’s just greed (but also really great)!
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Peanut butter is my absolute downfall (along with chocolate, cheese and pretty much everything else!). I’ve had to ban it from my desk and hide it on the top shelf at home to stop me shovelling it in at any given opportunity. However, I figured it is kinda acceptable if you eat it with your greens rather than by the tablespoon.
Chicken satay has become one of my favourite go-to mid-week recipes, and since discovering the use of almond milk to bulk the sauce out (was previously using half a tub of peanut butter and a monstrous amount of tamari a pop) it’s actually a really healthy one too!
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