MEAL IDEAS

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Each comes with a calorie amount and instruction on how to cook.

SALMON AND PEA RISOTTO

50g Arborrio Rice = 175kcal
100g Salmon Fillet = 208kcal

Total Protein: 28.4g
Total Carbs: 29g
Total Fat: 13g

How To Cook

Heat an oven up to 180 degrees and wrap the salmon in tin foil. Place on rack.

Boil water, place stock cube into the pyrex bowl and pour the water into a pyrex dish. Place rice into a pan and heat the pan up. Pour the water into the pan and cover the rice by an inch. Place the pan on a medium heat setting to allow the rice to soak up the stock, but not too hot that it boils too quickly.

Place the salmon into the oven and time for 30 minutes, which is roughly how long the salmon should take to cook.

Start stirring the Risotto rice for a few seconds every 2-3 minutes, adding more stock water as it gets soaked in by the rice.

Once the Risotto has finished, pour in the peas to cook in the rice and set aside as you bring the salmon out of the oven.


TURKEY, SWEETCORN AND MUSHROOM RISOTTO

Calories: 

100g Turkey Fillet: 189kcal
50g Arborrio Rice: 175kcal

Total Protein: 31.4g
Total Carbs: 2g

How To Cook



FROZEN BLUEBERRY PORRIDGE

Calories:

50g Scottish Porridge Oats = 180kcal
30ml Semi-Skimmed Milk = 17kcal
1 Cup Blueberries = 80kcal

HOMEMADE BACON, CHEESE AND MUSHROOM BURGERS

1 Bacon Medallion = 59kcal
Applewood Cheese (10g) = 41kcal
Lean Mince (125g) = 155kcal
1 x Seeded Bun = 240kcal

Protein = 39.6g
Carbs = 42.9g
Fat = 12.6g

HIGH PROTEIN SUNDAY FRY UP

1 Slice Sizzling Steak = 134kcal
2 Bacon Medallions = 109kcal
2 Fried Eggs = 140kcal
1/2 Tin Baked Beans = 162kcal
Chopped Mushrooms
2 Slices Wholemeal Toast = 300kcal
4 Turkey Sausages = 320kcal

Protein = 110g
Fat = 201g
Carbs = 48g

CHICKEN AND MUSHROOM CARBONARA

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VEGAN SOURCES OF PROTEIN

If you prefer to live a vegan lifestyle, here are some sources of protein as alternatives to any animal based products in the recipes above.

Seitan: 75g Protein per 100g. Contains gluten.

Tofu: 8g Protein Per 100g

Chickpeas: 19g Protein Per 100g

Lentil: 9g Protein Per 100g