A day dedicated to detoxing, healthy meals and a whole lot of yummy. And the best part? It's a simple mid-week affair. We're giving you an excuse to go on on a healthy binge, now you need to find a way.
Give in to temptation, keep the guilt at bay!
Baked Veggie Alfredo
Mark Twain once wrote: a cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education. While the 21st century meat-aficionados would shun the cauliflower; the humble, flowery vegetable was all the rage in the court of Louis XIV and served in the finest preparations. Humble meets rich here too – cauliflower, broccoli and peppers are folded into a cheesy, creamy béchamel, topped with more cheese for your indulgence and baked to golden perfection. Dig right in!
Cajun Grilled Keto Fish
The Acadians who are credited with Cajun-style cooking, had their roots in France and were exiled from Canada before eventually settling in swamps and bayous in Southern Louisiana. They drew influences from Germans and Native Americans to cook up one-pot Cajun meals using ingredients available to them. Our Cajun Grilled Fish is exemplary of a culinary tradition so rustic – fillet of fish marinated with basil, cumin and blackened Cajun-spice and grilled until just done is served with sautéed seasonal veggies and a luscious jalapeño-butter sauce.
Mixed Fruits Chia Parfait
There’s crunch in each bite of this delicious breakfast packed with the goodness of fruits – we promise! Honey-glazed seasonal fruits and omega-3 fatty acid rich chia seeds are folded into creamy yoghurt and topped with more fruits – the ideal grab-and-go nutritious breakfast!
Spinach Stuffed Roast Chicken
Sunday roast is an important British tradition – so, you can imagine what it is like for a professional cook to send the bird into the oven while at home. Unlike in restaurants, there is no fancy sauce or garnish that can cover slip-ups. Our spin on the most-loved British meal (after fish and chips) has bountiful flavours packing that punch. Chicken breast marinated with white-wine vinegar, Dijon mustard and a special blend of British-roast spice is stuffed with a cheesy-spinach filling, grilled to a rapture of flavours and aromas and served with a portion of sautéed assorted veggies and rosemary-infused jus.
Stir Fried Chilli Paneer 'n' Brown Rice
A fresh and unaged cheese that Indians love experimenting with, is our iconic, yet humble, paneer. This peppery, spicy, and tangy chilli-infused dish is popular on our list of starters and appetizers. When served with a brown-rice-quinoa fried-rice, this Indo-Chinese combo packs a mean, healthy punch.
Peri Peri Grilled Chicken Twin Steak
Peri Peri in Swahili means ‘pepper-pepper’. 500 years on, the origins of the fiery Peri Peri sauce are still debated, as both the Portuguese-Angolans and the Portuguese-Mozambicans have proclaimed to have invented the South-African staple-marinade – such is the irony of culinary fusion! Our chicken-steak bowl isn’t just delicious but a KETO meal too! Slices of peri-peri spiced, grilled chicken breasts are served with peppered, assorted veggies and a basil-flavoured cheese jus!
Cottage Cheese Brown Rice Burrito
Pods of one the world’s hottest chillies, Habanero, were found in Guitarrero Cave; abandoned 8,500 years ago. In fact, the Mayans were so addicted to the spicy smack that they began cross-breeding chillies to create larger, spicier species! A hint of habanero gracefully transforms a rather tame, flavourless steak of paneer into something magical when grilled to its smokey best. Served with a classic, tangy tomato salsa, spicy refried-beans sauce, sautéed broccoli, paprika-flavoured Mexican brown-rice and rounded off with a dollop of sour cream; our Cottage Cheese Brown Rice Burrito is a MUST TRY!
Check out these fabulous dishes and gorge your way to a fitter you.