Oh yummy! Nice little healthy quick mid week meal.
I do love a good gadgets, and I used my Kitchen Aid Mixer with Grater attachment and also my Steam Pot for steam cooking in my microwave combi oven.
6 Spring onions, sliced diagonally
small piece of ginger, grated
Small bunch or fresh coriander, chopped
1 juice of Lime
3 tbsp olive oil
Salt & pepper to taste
Season the seabass and place into the steampot and cook on Sensor steam for 8 minutes.
Meanwhile, place the attachment onto your mixer (if you have a spiralizer that would work too) and shred the carrot & courgette into a bowl.
Slice the spring onions diagonally into small pieces and place into bowl with the grated ginger, coriander, lime juice and 3tbsp olive oil. Mix together.
Slice the sea bass and allow to cool then mix through the vegetable mix. Serve.
I just had to share this exciting new food product, CAULI RICE, yes of course it is Cauliflower rice, Gluten Free, low in calories, low in fat but full of flavour! They offer 4 different flavours and in a handy microwave pouch.
At only roughly 50 calories per 100g, it’s a great way to eat healthier and still enjoy the texture of rice and flavours. Made purely from Cauliflower grains.
I have already ordered. Check this weblink for more details.
EAT RIGHT, FEEL AMAZING!
After my post, I decided to pick some up in my supermarket.
I have just tried the Mediterranean one and it is lovely and at only 46 Kcal and 1.1g fat it is actually quite filling too.
Serves 1 approx 300 calories per portion
1 × Chicken Breast
Handful of Spinach
30g Ricotta cheese
1 tsp nutmeg
Pepper and salt
2 slice parma ham
1. Mix ricotta, chopped Spinach, nutmeg and pepper n salt in a bowl.
2. Slice the chicken breast down the side to open like a butterfly and stuff with the ricotta mix then close over.
3. Wrap the parma ham round chicken breast and fry in a hot pan for few minutes each side to brown.
4. Heat oven to 200 deg, place chicken in a casserole dish and cook for 15 minutes.
5. Serve with your choice of sides. Yum.