Mouth-watering 20-minute recipes for 2

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Make mealtimes a way to stay connected, have positive conversations, and choose healthy lifestyle options together.

It can be difficult to implement healthy eating when you’re facing the journey alone, or worse when you’re making a lifestyle change and being confronted with junk food that your partner is enjoying. Often, a couple’s journey to improving their diet and overall wellness is kick-started by the one with enough motivation to prepare healthy meals.

We are what we eat – eventually. Right?

Healthy eating doesn’t mean bland steamed chicken and raw veg.

It can be flavourful.
It can be easy to make.
It can take less than 20 minutes to prepare.

The latter is an important one for us since it’s usually the factor that causes us to veer from a clean-eating path. If you can relate and you’re eager to add new extra tasty recipes to your lunch and dinner schedule, read on.

We’ve put together a list of 20-minute meals that you may enjoy, below:

For meat lovers:

Mildly Spiced Beef Kofta Curry

Juicy Lamb Chops & Chickpea Salad

Red Pepper Steak Fajitas

Sticky Soy Chicken & Noodle

 

Plant powered:

Zesty Zucchini Risotto

Home-baked Chickpea and Bean Burrito

Beetroot and Haloumi Cheese Fritters

Creamy Butternut and Feta Quesadilla

If you’d like to try more of our recipes, head to Your Plate on our blog or search for BODYTEC 20-minute meals using your web browser.

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