Preparing healthy food doesn’t have to take much time. While there are a lot more complicated organic diets that can spell fitness for us, eating right can be as easy as 1-2-3.
We’ve prepared you a cheat sheet today of three healthy recipes you can do easily at home. We’ll have more next time.
Hearty Tuna Spread
This recipe is very straightforward to make using only four ingredients found in most pantries: oil packed tuna bits, one whole red onion, mayonnaise, and cheese.
Start by slicing the onion into small pieces and place it in a regular sized bowl. Drain the oil from the can of tuna and add to the bowl. Grate your desired amount of cheese over it and, finally, add 2-3 tablespoons of mayonnaise. Mix them all together and serve with loaves of bread. You can also add black ground pepper or chili powder to spice this spread up.
Simple Caesar Salad
With this dish, you can use either Romaine, Iceberg, or Loose-leaf Lettuce. Other ingredients include regular Ceasar salad dressing, crab sticks, corn kernels, crouton, and Parmesan cheese. To proceed, you can either tear the lettuce leaves by hand or cut with a knife. Place them in a bowl along with a cup of corn kernels and crouton. Slice the crab sticks into thinner pieces and add to the bowl. Pour in some dressing and top it with Parmesan cheese.
Optionally you can cook the crouton on low heat over salted butter and add cherry tomatoes for a more flavorful experience.
Classic Egg Salad / Sandwich
Egg salads have been part of every household as one of the easiest, healthiest and cheapest snacks. Essential ingredients such as eggs, spring onion, mayonnaise, and crushed black pepper complete this treat.
Start by hard boiling 2-3 whole eggs, peeled and chopped afterward. In a bowl, mix the chopped eggs, 1/4 spring onion, 2-3 tablespoons of mayonnaise, and a pinch of black pepper all together. Add a pinch of salt to taste. You can also add Iceberg lettuce and use the salad as a spread.
If you got hungry as much as I did, grab yourself any of these easy, healthy recipes.