After a week overseas and eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner, I was CRAVING vegetables. Massively. So straight off a 13-hour flight, my first stop was the supermarket for broccoli (you are possibly thinking what a loser I am now, but keep reading!) and as I’d missed a night’s sleep in the air, I wanted something quick and easy. Enter my Super Greens Noodles recipe!
The perfect easy healthy dinner recipe is right here & its Nutritionist approved!
This dish comes together quickly. It’s filling, healthy and is just plain easy to make. If you are looking to implement more plant-based meals into your weekly routine, this one is perfect. You can easily mix up the vegetables and it would also be really nice with some sautéed garlic and mushrooms or carrots, capsicum and zucchini.
Broccoli & Kale – Both rich in vitamins and minerals, both are really particularly sources of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant and both broccoli and kale are also really good at supporting liver detoxification.
Ginger – The hero flavour of the dish, ginger is a powerful little spice. Ginger is a key player in boosting immune function, reducing inflammation and increasing antimicrobial protective activity in the body. By adding ginger to the boiling broth it increases the release of its health-boosting properties.
Broth – Vegetable broth or bone broth, the choice is yours. Both come with their own benefits. Vegetable broth is rich in vitamins and minerals and is really soothing for the gut and bone broth comes with the addition of collagen, which helps to support and repair the gut lining.
Another easy mid-week meal is my Lentil Chilli recipe. This is a great dish to include in your Sunday meal prep for the week. Have you tried it yet?
Amy Savage is a qualified Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine and is available for consultations online and in Sydney CBD. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.