3 recipe useful and tasty sauces!
Author: Heather Davis
Keep in mind, a healthy diet seems like a simple task only until dry meat makes you cover it with a thick layer of sauce! Give a new taste to your dishes without excess sugar, fats and calories with the help of these useful recipes.
Let's be frank, "useful" or "healthy" food – call it what you want – often catching up with longing. Tasteless meat or fish with boiled brown rice and steamed vegetables is unlikely to delight the taste buds and make your stomach rumble with pleasure.
However, you do not have to choose between the figure and the delicious food. I'm here to show you how to give your dishes a rich taste without the risk of exceeding the limit of calories, carbohydrates and fats. Let's start!
You do not need to be a chef to understand the power of ketchup. It is unfortunate that the store options are overfilled with high-fructose corn syrup. My version of the classic sauce contains only natural ingredients.
My ketchup has a rich taste of your favorite table sauce, although it does not contain sugar and chemical additives typical of ketchup from the store. In addition, you can easily add to your sauce new bright notes: cayenne pepper for a spicy flavor, mustard for sharpness or Worcestershire sauce for light piquancy.
- Chop the onions and garlic. Slightly fry them in coconut oil for a few minutes.
2. Creamy dressing with mint and lemon
In line with the fantastic creamy dressing filled with mint freshness and spicy aroma, but completely devoid of fats! Yes, it's true – creamy dressing without fat. The recipe fits perfectly to salads, grilled chicken or as a dip dip for vegetables. Still do not believe it? Well, try it yourself!
- With a sharp knife, chop the mint into very thin strips.
Peri-peri is one of my favorite sauces. Exploding from the rich smoky aromas, it changes the taste of any dish. Add just a little or generously water their food – I promise, extra portion will not hurt your diet. My favorite treat with this spicy sauce is to add a little olive oil, grate it with juicy steak and cook a barbecue. Be sure to try. Recipe does not require much effort, and the result will surpass the wildest expectations!
- Himalayan rock salt: 1 pinch
If you cook with fresh products, use the sauce immediately. If you take dried ingredients and store the sauce in a tightly closed container, it can stand up to a month.