Lose Weight with a ‘Filling Warm Dinner’!

Do you get cold and hungry on a cool winter night?

Here is a simple warming and low calorie dinner idea. To start ….

get yourself a ‘bucket’ of veggies …Veggie and Lentil Curry Bowl by Sandy Bröcking / Think Smart & Lose Weight

  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cauliflower
  • Snow Peas
  • Carrots
  • Potato
  • Can of lentils
  • Sesame oil, curry powder, pepper

Add or swap with whatever veggies you like or are in season.

What to do:

  • Take the Brussels Sprouts, trim a bit of the stem and remove outer brown or yellow leaves, wash thoroughly and cut in halfs
  • Take skin of potato, wash and cube
  • Wash Cauliflower, carrots and snow peas and cut into “biteable pieces”
  • Cook or steam the lot for no more than 6 minutes
  • Drain a can of lentils and heat them up or cook your own.
  • Drain veggies when cooked and mix with the heated lentils
  • Add a little sesame oil and your preferred spices for example some curry powder and pepper

Enjoy!

Tip:

Brussels sprouts have always been a ‘hate’ food for many people. This manly stems from the times where vegetables were cooked for long periods and often ‘cooked to death’. Unfortunately, for Brussels sprouts this wasn’t a good option. Try them only briefly cooked (max 6 minutes), lightly steemed or even raw in your salad.

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About Sandy Bröcking

I’m a health professional, author and motivational speaker who is passionate to help people lose weight the healthy way. As I used to be heavily overweight myself a long time ago, I believe that successful weight loss comes from motivation and knowledge. My passion is to stop people being fooled by often expensive diet regimes. Believe me - losing weight for good is not as difficult as most people think.
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2 Responses to Lose Weight with a ‘Filling Warm Dinner’!

  1. Angie says:

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