Three Meat-Free Meals to Try

Three Meat-Free Meals to Try

I have been trying to eat less meat at least for a few days of the week. Here are a few meat-free meals that I have been loving lately:

 

Breakfast – English Spinach, Scrambled Eggs and Tomato Cubes

Breakfast - English Spinach, Scrambled Eggs and Tomato Cubes

Ingredients:

– English Spinach

– Olive oil

– 3 Eggs

– 1 Tomato

– Pink salt

– Black pepper

 

Method:

Heat up a bit of olive oil in a pan, add 3 eggs, pink salt and scramble them up. Place a handful of baby spinach on a plate and place the scrambled eggs over it and add 1 cubed tomato on the side. Season with black pepper.

 

Lunch – English Spinach, Boiled Eggs, Avocado and Cherry Tomatoes

Lunch - English Spinach, Boiled Eggs, Avocado and Cherry Tomatoes

Ingredients:

– English Spinach

– 2 Eggs

– Cherry tomatoes

– Half an avocado

– Pink salt

– Black pepper

 

Method:

Boil the eggs in water for about 20 minutes. Place the English spinach in a bowl. Cube the avocado, cut the cherry tomatoes in half and cut the boiled eggs in half and place them over the English spinach. Season with pink salt and black pepper.

 

Dinner – Broccoli, Tomato Relish and A Boiled Egg

Dinner - Brocolli, Tomato Relish and Boiled Eggs

Ingredients:

– Frozen broccoli

– 1 Egg

– Olive oil

– Onions

– Curry powder

– Turmeric powder

– Canned tomatoes

– Pink salt

 

Method:

Steam the broccoli for about 15 minutes (I use a microwave steamer). Boil the egg in water for about 20 minutes. Add olive oil and onions into a pot and cook on low heat until tender. Add the curry powder and the turmeric powder and cook for a few more minutes. Add the canned tomatoes and pink salt and cook for about 20 to 30 minutes. Place the steamed broccoli in a bowl and add the tomato relish over it. Cut the boiled egg in half and add it to the bowl.

 

Please let me know what you think of these meals if you decide to give them a try.

 

Disclaimer: I share what I eat in order to provide my readers with ideas of healthy meal options that they can incorporate into their meal plans, if they desire to do so. I am not suggesting that they must have these meals in order to lose weight or to be healthy. These are meals that I love and that have been working for me personally. I am not a Doctor or a Dietician so you may want to contact such professionals in order to find out if these meal ideas will be suitable for your dietary requirements and health goals.

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