Tofu 'Meatballs' in Turmeric Sauce by @vegaliciously 🤤 Is anyone else drooling?
INGREDIENTS TURMERIC SAUCE:
•3 tbsp condensed tomato
•3 tsp turmeric powder
•salt and pepper
•6 dl vegetable broth
•2 dl soya cream
INGREDIENTS TOFU BALLS:
•a parsley bunch
•salt and pepper
1. For the sauce, finely chop onion, garlic and carrots. Grease a pan with coconut oil and fry the ingredients until golden.
2. Add condensed tomato, turmeric, broth and mix until lumps smooth out. Let it simmer for an hour and a half adding water from time to time.
3. Put the sauce in a mixer and blend until it reaches a creamy consistency.
4. Pour the sauce into the pot previously used, add the soy cream and simmer for another 15 minutes.
5. For the tofu balls, using your hands grind the tofu.
6. Finely chop carrots, onions, garlic and a parsley bunch and add to the tofu. Mix the mass, adjust salt and pepper, and add the breadcrumbs.
7. Using your hands, mix the mass to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Moisten your hands before forming every tofu ball.
8. Once all the balls have been formed, mash them with flour. Grease a frying pan with coconut oil and fry them until golden.
9. Once cooked, dip them and cover them with turmeric sauce. Add a spoonful of parsley and ENJOY!
For more plant-based recipe inspiration, check out our Vegan Bowls cookbook at the link in our bio!
SHRIMP PAD THAI - healthified! + GIVEAWAY 😍🙌🏼 🥣🥢 This flavorful, savory, delicious dish totally hit the spot tonight. Tastes like the real deal minus the bloating and tummy ache since I lightened things up by using @slendier fettuccini shirataki noodles 👏🏼🥢 These miracle noodles are gluten free, fat-free, and are surprisingly low in calories (who’s counting anyway 😉) that’s why we want to share these with you! To enter: 1. Follow me @fitandwellmedgal and @slendier 2. Tag 2 friend in the comments. Bonus: Tell us your fave take out. Giveaway ends 6/20. Good luck friends! ❤️ Watch the tutorial on my stories or get the recipe below. #calorieclever#slendierself#glutenfree
Healthy shrimp Pad Thai
3 tablespoon tamari
3 tablespoon coconut aminos
2 tablespoons rice vinegar
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 @slendier fettuccini shirataki noodles
1 red bell pepper sliced
1/4 cup matchstick carrots
3 green onions, thinly sliced
1 pasture raised egg
1 lb large or jumbo shrimp
1/3 cup peanuts, chopped
¼ cup chopped fresh cilantro
2 limes, quartered
•Prep shirataki noodles- Place noodles in a bowl of cold water. While you prep. Rinse and drain prior to using. •Make the sauce- Whisk all ingredients together in a medium bowl. Set aside.
•Cook shrimp- season shrimp with umami or sea salt, garlic and pepper. Heat avocado oil on a pan or wok over high heat. Add the shrimp and sauté for 2-3 minutes per side or until pink and curled. Transfer to a plate and set aside.
•Cook the veggies - Add avocado oil to the sauté pan, red peppers, carrots, garlic and green onions, stirring occasionally. * (optional) Push veggies to the side, and crack an egg on the side of the pan and scramble. •Put it all together- add the sauce, noodles, and shrimp to the pan. Toss a few times. Sprinkle cilantro and crushed peanuts. Serve and enjoy!❤️
We wanted chili for dinner, so I made a double batch in the instant pot. Mine is topped with shredded cheese, sour cream and @bunkerhillcheese cheese crisp. Always delicious! 😋 Recipe is on my blog.
CREAMY BLUEBERRY & COCONUT NICECREAM with FROZEN BLUEBERRIES, BANANA FLOWERS & GRATED COCONUT for breaky 🍇🍌Just use less bananas, coconut butter, coconut milk & frozen blueberries. Ari added our 'Berrylicious Blend' powder by @unicornsuperfoods for the color and extra nutritional benefits! 💜✨
Created by: @ari_goes_to_wonderland 🍃
2 YEAR GLOW UP✨lol @carolinegibson2 sent me this the other day and it’s too good not to post. No, this is not a 30 day transformation, this is a 2 year lifestyle transformation that started with a 30 day program.
the left pic was after senior year of college. that year consisted of lots of drinking for us both, eating what I thought was “healthy”, working out about 3 times a week, never getting enough sleep, always relying on caffeine, and struggling to control my breakouts.
fast forward 1 year ⏭ after doing my first 30 days, I lost the 10 lbs that I’d been trying to lose for 4 years, my skin cleared up, my digestive issues were nonexistent, I had more energy than ever before, and I gained so much confidence. As for Sam, he started cooking 30 day compliant meals, cleaned up his diet, and found his love for running.
fast forward 2 years ⏭ these are the main habits that I have adopted. I share this because this is what works for ME, and I wish someone would have helped me make these changes sooner. you don’t have to agree with me, but if sharing this can help even one person feel more confident then I accomplished my goal with this post:
1️⃣ I eat a gluten free, dairy free, sugar free, soy free diet 80% of the time including lots of veggies/greens shots/minimal processed foods
2️⃣ I don’t weigh myself more than once a week sometimes once a month, or 6 months when my scale’s battery dies
3️⃣ I don’t set fitness goals that involve the number on the scale, instead I set goals that involve an actual activity, like being able to do 5 pull-ups or run 5 miles🏃♀️
4️⃣ I changed my mindset towards working out - I now exercise because I love my body and realize we only get one💪🏻I used to workout because I hated my body and thought the more I worked out the less I would hate it
5️⃣ when I drink alcohol, I try to stick to vodka water + fizz, gin and soda, or dry red wine🍷
6️⃣ I invested in a daily skincare regimen using a combination of arbonne’s anti aging line and acne line🍊
so if you’re looking for a quick fix the 30 days might not be for you, but if you’re looking to jump start a healthy lifestyle COMMIT TO 30 DAYS! your future self will thank you for it💖
🍓🥝🍒I get asked a lot about how I order lower sugar açaí bowls/smoothies so here’s exactly how I order👇🏻
FOR THE BASE:
🥛Liquid: If they use juice for the liquid like apple juice or orange juice I ask to switch that out for unsweetened almond milk or other nut milk.
🥝🍑Fruit: If they use banana or any other higher sugar fruit, I just swap it out for strawberries, raspberries or blueberries depending on what they have (or all three if I’m feeling it) and then I’ll add in something creamy like peanut butter, almond butter or avocado to create the creamy, thick consistency. For the acai, I always ask for unsweetened if they have it!
🍓If the bowl comes topped with bananas, I always swap it out for whatever fresh berries they have stocked!
🥜🥥Some of my other go-to toppings are:
-a scoop of peanut butter (my favorite part)
-drizzled coconut oil (sounds weird, I was hesitant at first but it is incredible because it gets crunchy and tastes like a cookie)
What are your favorite smoothie bowl toppings?? 😍👇🏻
🇺🇸 One Day of Eats 🍃 New full day of eating to start the weekend 😉 Hope you all have a great day guys! If you’re curious about the recipes, they’re all on my feed and/or blog 😊
🇫🇷 Un jour de Food Healthy 🍃 Nouvelle journée dans mon assiette pour bien terminer la journée 😉 Si vous souhaitez connaitre les recettes pour chaque repas, elles sont sur mon feed et/ou blog 😊 Bonne soirée à tous !