What about Lunchtime? When Autumn appears vitamin C appears on my plate as often as possible. In the form of vegetables and preserves. Vitamin C can be found in red and green peppers, sprouts, parsley, dill, chives, basil, tomatoes or sour cucumbers and sauerkraut. That’s why these vegetables are very often mixed in my survival salads 🙂 plus grilled chicken with a bit of natural bio yoghurt and garlic. Mmmm delicious.
Mix, slice, cut and create.
Salad: Ingredients for 2 portions:
- Full hand Watercress and lamb’s lettuce
- A full hand of sprouts
- 1 chopped pickled/sour cucumber
- ½ small fresh red onion ( chopped)
- 1 chopped fresh tomato 15 kcal, 3.6g of Carbohydrates, 0.9g of Protein, 0.2g of Fat
- 1 chopped fresh avocado 80 kcal, 4.3 g of Carbohydrates, 1g of Protein, 7.3g of Fat
- ½ chopped fresh courgette = 30g 4,5 kcal, 1g of Carbohydrates, 0.4 g of Protein, 0g of Fat
- 1 chopped fresh red pepper 32 kcal, 4.1g of Carbohydrates, 1.7 g of Protein, 0.4g of Fat
- 3 small fresh chilli slices
- 10g = 5 roasted almonds 30 kcal, 3.45 g of Carbohydrates, 0.6g of Protein, 2.8 g of Fat
- 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
- A ½ full hand of chopped fresh dill
- A ½ full hand of chopped fresh basil
- ½ full hand chopped fresh parsley
- Pinch of chopped fresh spring onion,
- Pinch of Salt, black pepper,
Dressing/dip ( on the top of the chicken) :
- 1 fresh garlic clove 45 kcal, 6,20g of Carbohydrates, 1,28g of Protein, 0.10g of Fat
- 140g Bio yoghurt 91 kcal, 9.8g of Carbohydrates 6.7g of Protein, 2.8g of Fat
- Pinch of Salt, black pepper.
+ Grilled chicken = 100g 123 kcal, 0g of Carbohydrates, 26g of Protein, 5g of Fat
Remember, We should enjoy the food that we eat. It should look, smell and taste good.
My ladies made your meal with passion and serve them as art.