Time to revamp your idea of the comfort food in the healthiest, tastiest and easiest way.
Let me guide you into transforming your favorite comfort food in a revamped procedure, which you will find absolutely irresistible all the way.
How perfect would it be, that when on those low times in life when you want to eat your favorite comfort food in the peace of your apartment, you can actually transform it into being nourishing, healthy, yet delicious as heaven at the same time?
- Tuna melts:
This one is for the non vegetarians who derive most of their muscle building proteins and nutrients from meat. Tuna can be described as one of the most diversely nourishing fish in the fish family. Eating tuna firstly reduces the growth of cardiovascular conditions of your body, lowers your cholesterol levels as well as blood pressure, increases red blood cell count and tastes absolutely delicious.
Take 2 pieces of thickly sliced garlic bread, and dress the top with some butter and canned tuna shreds stacking. Shred mozzarella scrapes on the tuna, and later some cheddar. Add salt and pepper to taste. Leave it in the oven for 4-5 minutes to melt the cheese just right!
Enjoy your masterpiece with a cup of green tea and lemon.
- Creamed spinach:
Vegetarian’s I’m about to introduce you to the ultimate comfort food in all its senses. Spinach has always been the kind of food you’d look forward to if you’ve been eating healthy lately. Thanks to the plenty vitamins, antioxidant properties and high amounts of magnesium, manganese, iron, calcium and potassium present in it.
Melt a block of butter in a pan. Add a cup of sweet corn and some salt and pepper to taste. Now add thin sticks of ginger for a boost in the flavor. Cook for 2 minutes. Now, add cream and nutmeg and stir till the paste is thick enough (as you’d prefer it to be). Now add the spinach and leave it till it wilts. Now serve this in a dish with warm buttered garlic bread.
- Baked potato:
Now a comfort food can never be complete without you having had potatoes. Here’s why. It contains just the right amount of good carbs that your body requires for growth. 164 calories, 0 grams of cholesterol, 0.2 grams of fat, , 37 grams of carbohydrate, 4.3 grams of protein And 4.7 grams of dietary fiber.
Clean the potatoes gently discarding all the grime and dust. Make holes in it at 6-7 places in it using a fork, and rub with olive oil. Now cover each potato with foil paper and leave in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour. After the potatoes are rightly baked, cut them to form a crisscross shape and open it up. On the now steamy baked potato, add generous helpings of Greek yogurt and top it all up with the tangy flavor of the salsa.