1. One-Pot Beef with Broccoli

This one is for the meat lovers who also want to have some healthy vegetables.
  • Slice the beef into small pieces and have the broccoli separated rinsed and ready.
  • In a bowl whisk soy sauce, vinegar, chicken stock, garlic, sesame oil, ginger, red chilli flakes, cornstarch, hot sauce and quarter cup of water.
  • Heat the oil and cook the steak until brown (for about 3 – 4 minutes).
  • Mix the broccoli and the mixture of soy sauce until the combination is a bit thicker (about 3- 4 minutes).
  • Serve with some rice.

2. Tuna and Avacado Wrap

Combine some canned tuna with avocado.
  • Add in salt, pepper, hot sauce, mustard, red onion, celery, and cilantro to the mix.
  • Then on each tortilla place some lettuce, carrot (cut in Julienne style) and add in the tuna mix evenly.
  • Roll the tortilla into a tight wrap.
Voila! Dinner is served!


3. Stuffed Bell Pepper Boats

A healthier version of nachos.
  • Clean the bell pepper of seeds and cut into 6 pieces.
  • Got some leftover chicken from last night (if you don’t have any, cook the chicken to your liking)
  • Add to the bell pepper boat.
  • Put some cheese on top and bake in a preheated oven (375 degrees) for about 10 minutes.

4. Mac 'n' Cheese with Broccoli

Everyone’s favourite dish. Mac n Cheese with some broccoli.
  • Boil some Absolute Organic fusilli pasta for 7- 10 minutes (you can get your hands on this brand of pasta at any Softlogic GLOMARK outlet). Put the pasta, broccoli to a bowl and add some butter, salt, pepper and some chilli flakes thereafter mix it well. 
  • Add cheese of your choice on top (parmesan, cheddar etc.)  and bake.
Secret tip: Add layers of cheese if you want it to be really cheesy.  

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5. 15-Minute Lo Mein


A mouth-watering noodle dish your family won’t say no to!
  • Mix 3 tbsp soy sauce, 1tsp of sesame oil and sugar.
  • Cook the noodles, drain and keep it aside.
  • Put some sesame oil into a large pan (a wok if you have one at home) and once it is heated, add in onions and julienne cut carrots, cabbage, mushrooms, bok-choy. Mix it well until the ingredients are stir fried (about 5 minutes). Add in some rice wine (mirin). Add in the noodles and the soy sauce. Properly toss and mix with the rest of the ingredients.
Secret tip: Add some peanuts or even sesame seeds on top for a crunchy taste
Preparing your dinner at home is cheaper and a lot healthier than eating out. Make your own recipes and keep your loved ones healthy!
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