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33 rice noodles. A Korean marinated rice and sautéed vegetable bowl (bibimbap) can be topped with eggs or thin slices of beef. Even a poke bowl gone fusion, Oriental marinated tuna or Thai marinated salmon, can work really well with a super protein grain like quinoa, ticking all the boxes for that ultimate healthy protein hit. Korean bibimbap recipe online www.majorint.com/magazine/recipes/ vegetarian-vegan?id=&s= Olivia Shuttleworth brand manager for Prep Premium speciality oils Salmon with lemon-infused spinach salad is the perfect healthy, high-protein and low carb combination. Combine baby spinach leaves with chopped cherry tomatoes, cucumber, avocado and red onion, then drizzle with a little lemon-infused olive oil and balsamic vinegar, before seasoning to taste with salt and pepper. Season the salmon with garlic-infused oil, then pan fry skin-side down until the skin is crispy and golden brown. Flip over until cooked through, then serve with the zingy salad on the side, topped with a handful of toasted pine nuts. swap meat for other ingredients which provide important nutrients such as protein and iron. Add beans, nuts, tofu or meat substitutes like soya mince to your everyday, usual recipes for a well-balanced meal. From baked beans to chickpeas, butter beans and kidney beans, these highly nutritious and satisfying foods are a great way to add protein to any recipe. Tofu makes a great addition to a wide range of dishes such as stirfries and curries. Nuts are a great way to add protein to a meal. Try adding cashews to a curry, or throw some flaked almonds into a salad for extra bite. Peanut butter stirred into coconut milk also makes an indulgent and nutritious sauce for a stirfry. There are also meat substitutes - veggie mince, sausages, fillets and burgers which are versatile and convenient. Lawrence Keogh executive chef of Old Bengal Warehouse Moderation is the key. Protein and carbs both play a part in helping you shed extra pounds. Choose lean protein like chicken, turkey, fish and low-fat dairy - about the size of a deck of cards - and keep carb servings to the size of your clenched fist. Choose complex carbs, such as wholegrain versions of bread, pasta and rice, and include plenty of veg and fruit in your diet. Fergus Martin development chef for Major From Korean bibimbap, Hawaiian poke to ramen inspired dishes, ‘bowl food’ is not only bang on trend in terms of flavour but can be a perfect way to cater for the heath-conscious. Done well, not only is food by the bowlful visually impressive and delicious but can incorporate fish, meat or plant-based proteins and be paired with dietary specific carbs. A Pan-Asian infused salmon with broth and sapphire can be served with low carb, gluten-free MELTING POT MAY 2017 Roasted salmon skewers with smoked bacon slices and lime Salmon and egg salad served in an avocado


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