How can I eat healthy without much time?

I don’t have much time to cook or clear up after cooking. I live alone, so how can I eat healthy and tasty without much time or cooking?

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7 Responses to “How can I eat healthy without much time?”

  1. Dune said:

    Spend a few hours when you do have the time to make an number of meals that you can freeze.

  2. Lil'Pigg said:

    Whatch your DIET and control any bad eating habit, plus exercise you be fine.

  3. Scott said:

    Make vegetarian chili, with lots of beans etc. Make a big batch, then it can last at least a week in the fridge, and you can even freeze it. I have it all the time. Takes about an hour to prepare, then just mere minutes to microwave. Here’s my recipe:

    Ingredients:

    2 Bunches of Green Onion
    1 Green Pepper
    2 Red Peppers
    1 Yellow Pepper
    1 Orange Pepper
    5 Mushrooms
    3 Tomatoes
    5 Jalapeno Peppers
    3 Carrots
    1 Can of Corn
    1 Can of Red Kidney Beans
    1 Can of Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce
    1 Can of Mixed/Medley Beans
    1 Can of Chick Peas
    1 Veggie Ground Round
    1 Cup of Rice
    2 tbsp Chili Powder
    1 tsp Black Pepper
    1 tbsp Cayenne Powder(more if you like it nice and spicy)

    Directions:

    Chop all veggies finely. Sautee all in a big pot(except tomatoes) for 5 minutes at about medium. While doing this, cook up the rice.

    After 5 minutes, turn it down to 1 or 2. I recommend the lowest setting as it will taste better, but will take longer to be ready.

    Add in the (chopped) tomatoes, all the canned products, the rice and the veggie ground round. Add in the chili powder, black pepper and Cayenne Powder.

    And that’s it! On 2 it will take about 45 minutes to cook. Just let it simmer, and stir regularly. Then you eat it! I recommend putting it in wraps or tacos, with sour cream and some sort of cheese. That’s just my preference. It should last in the fridge for about a week, then toss the rest in the freezer

  4. Me said:

    Fajitas 🙂

  5. Hanna said:

    a would say, make up meals in batches and freeze them….or, eat little and often. im a chef, and i never have time to eat,can u believe?!
    simple salads r good and easy. things like tomatoes for example- slice them up, with some sliced onion, add salt. and put into the fridge ready to serve.always tastes better the day after, the salt draws out all the natural juices and flavours 🙂
    create your own dressings, so it has a different flavour base every time

  6. Liz G said:

    think italian il dente!

    Food is healthier fast and fresh, less cooking preserves more nutrients.

    Stir fry noodles and vegetables and create easy hoi sin or black bean or teriyaki or satay sauce and made some stir fried tofu or cashew nuts.

    Tinned tomato, sliced onions, olive oil, herbs, tomato paste, condense down in a pan and serve over freshly cooked pasta, maybe adding in some vegetables in the last minutes of cooking the pasta on the hob

    steamed vegetables… In the microwave!

    Roast vegetables with herbs and tofu marinated in ginger, garlic and soya (and any other sauces you like eg. sweet chilli, tikka masala) and baked.

    Pizza… Yep you can make it healthy. Google healthy base or use a tortilla as a base and use leftover pasta sauce, top with lots of thinly sliced vegetables eg. aubergine, mushroom, asparagus, spinach and oregano and a few pieces of mozarella and/or goats cheese.

    Fajitahs, baked them if you want a crispy outside. Stir fry beans and vegetables, add spices and homemade tomato sauce and serve in tortilla wraps.

    Salad with sliced avocado, spinach, sliced smoked tofu or beans, lettuce, olive oil, white wine vinegar and any other salad vegetables you like such as sliced salted tomatoes and cucumbers

    Pasta salad, add steamed broccoli and a pesto sauce, sweetcorn, rocket

    Chilli, cooked beans, tinned tomatos, spices, serve with fresh bread or on a baked sweet potato if you wish

  7. Sari said:

    by making a vegetable stir fry and eating raw fruit n veg




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