That means that in approximately 4 minutes people will be wearing bathing suits and I’ll be feeling fat.
In the meantime, though, I’m craving all sorts of cozy foods, which are generally NOT on the healthier spectrum of things!
Do you like Tabasco sauce? I do. Actually, I like anything that tastes mildly buffalo-esque and is spicy and tangy and red. Brand has no bearing on my enjoyment, though I know a lot of you probably have a favorite hot sauce.
You can use that one for this recipe. :)
This is a fabulous method for cooking fish, and it’s expandable to make as much as you need! You can use any kind of fish you’d like, but I recommend a white fish that goes well with the flavor of the sauce.
We’ve been MIA for a few days because we’ve been busy drinking our faces off and getting ready to both start new jobs!
But, back to the food.
This week I’m going to share with you a few VERY easy Asian recipes that can be mixed and matched to form complete, healthy meals. They’re all healthy, light, and fresh – you’ll love them! Another great feature of this set of recipes is that they use largely the same ingredients, so if you have a few things on hand you can make a ton of easy Asian food all the time!
You can read about it here if you haven’t memorized all my recipes yet.
Those flatbreads are fabulous, and can be topped in SO many ways. Here are just a few ideas I have for toppings and calorie reduction that are delicious, simple, and healthy!
It can also be ridiculously salty and filled with olive oil so…be careful there.
Hummus is extremely easy to make and I’d ALWAYS recommend making it yourself instead of trusting delis and grocery stores with your fat, salt, calorie, and chemical intake. Hummus lasts a nice long time, so make a double batch and keep it around for dipping veggies – this is a way better alternative than ranch!
We’re still working on making our Health Kick page full of good food and advice for healthy living, and this is one of my favorite healthy snacks! Popcorn in bulk is CHEAP as all getout, and if you pop it yourself you’re saving tons of salt and calories that you’d find in microwave popcorn bags!