The fussiest of eaters will be wowed with this fast, filling easy winter warmer, perfect for cold nights when time is tight!
Howdy beauties! I hope you’re all keeping warm and happy in the lead up to Christmas, now it’s actually hit most of us how close it is 😉
My team of personal trainers and I are currently gearing up for our annual Christmas Boot Camp week, one of my favourite times of the year as it’s when every Bootcamper that’s been with us for the year can look back on just how far they’ve come!
This lovely lady called Zoe is especially excited after losing 10.5 inches in just SEVEN WEEKS! Zoe is one of many Bootcampers now ready for a far happier and healthier Christmas, without the stresses that came with Christmases of previous years (as well as the stodge that accompanied them!)
That’s where this Recipe comes in: our Bootcampers, like Zoe have been enjoying a selection of recipes we provide each week; that are all fast, simple and delicious- all very important factors for when time is tight!
Winter can often also be a tricky time, with darker evenings that can make our energy levels slump and leave us feeling tired and not being arsed to cook anything. So it’s important to have a few staples to hand you know can be cooked in batches, frozen ahead of time and used as leftovers.
I can’t actually take all the credit for this recipe in this instance, as it was actually given to me by a beautiful personal trainer client, who’s had it in her recipe archive for a fair few years and can’t actually remember where it came from!
So to whomever put this amazing combination of flavours together WE SALUTE YOU and hope you enjoy it just as much as I have! It can be enjoyed on it’s own, or paired with other vegetable dishes or pulses such as lentils.