“The soul of clean eating is consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. It is not a diet; it’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life – one meal at a time.”
[Source: What is clean eating]
Just few more days until the end of the 2 weeks eat clean challenge, I gave up following the actual menu and uses it as guidelines only. Came up with my own menu and recipe 😛 but still some recipes follow from it though. #amatconfusing
#Day 11 Eat Clean Breakfast: Mango Berries Smoothie
Same smoothie as Day 10.
#Day 11 Eat Clean Lunch: No-Mayo Tuna Salad
Unlike the usual Micro-Chicken Salad, I decided to try making this No-Mayo Tuna Salad from BuzzFeed.
NO-MAYO TUNA SALAD
1 can tuna in water, drained
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon dijon mustard
1 hard boiled egg
salt and freshly ground pepper
½ medium carrot, halved and sliced
½ medium cucumber, halved and sliced
3 mini capsicums (red, orange and yellow), sliced
4 butterhead lettuce leaves, hand torn
1 small red radish, sliced
- Combine first five ingredients in a small mixing bowl and mix with a fork until combined. Using a spoon to shape the mixture and place on plate.
- Combine all the veggies into a mixing bowl and serve beside the tuna.
#Day 11 Eat Clean Dinner: Stir-fried Glass Noodle
STIR-FRIED GLASS NOODLE
1 inch carrot, cut into julienne strips (matchstick)
1 bunch bok choy
1 tablespoon sesame oil
½ onion, sliced
2 basil leaves
1 glass noodle, soaked and drained
- Heat pan with a tablespoon of sesame oil. Add onion and carrots, saute until softens.
- Add in bok choy and prawns, cook for a minute.
- Add in the glass noodles and stir until well combined. Place on plate.
- To make the egg: Crack an egg into a small bowl and place into microwave for 1 minute. Add on the noodle and serve with basil leave.
Original recipe for Day 10 can be found here.