I do agree folks that at first glance the title seems a paradox. But once you go through the article, you will come to know of great ideas for preparing yummy dishes with minimum sugar or salt usage. Read on to know more!
Washing it off your hands – literally! Of course it’s the salt and not the diet:
According to ADACFNG, rinsing of canned vegetables below running water decreases the sodium content up to 40% . The same is true of other tinned foods, tuna, beans, chicken.
Handy Seasonings – A solid substitute if not replacement :
Roast vegetables with a couple of teaspoons of a small pinch of salt, some lemon juice, olive oil and few dashes of pepper. Bake till slightly browned and stirring every 5 minutes.
Cut Down on Taco :
Take out only ½ of the pack which comes in a combo pack. Then buttress the pan with ground cumin, chili powder, powdered onion or spice mix that you prefer.
Give a New Taste to Eggs:
Spraying a bit of dried thyme on your scrambled eggs keeps away the temptation of hovering the salt shaker on them!!!.
The Steady Way – The Sure Way: Blend and Sort and Arrive at a Perfect Sauce
Alongside your standard spaghetti sauce, have a low-on-salt variant. Blend them, then steadily edge out the high-on-salt variety.
Sweeten Your Breakfast, the Natural Way:
Add dried berries, apricots, cinnamon to the breakfast cereal.
The Fruity Replacement to Syrup:
In place of syrup on waffles and pancakes, design a sauce made of raspberry by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon with a cup of berries. Cook until it is thickened.
Adding a Touch of Flavour to Rice:
Adding a new angle to everyday starch, drop in a measure of cardamon or ginger or a cinnamon stick into the cooking pot just before the point water starts to boil.
Barter Sugar for Fruit:
If a recipe for a sweet demands a cupful of sugar, exchange it with half a cup of fruit puree (whip up your own with apples or make use of packed baby food)
Add Tinge of Sweet To Your Vegetables:
Add a dash of sweet to your cooked vegetables. Battered sweet potato pair well with cinnamon; Carrots go well with ginger; spinach blends with nutmeg.
The author is a full-time teacher of Mathematics and a happy health freak enthusiastic to share his personal, successful diet experiences. she is also a die-hard missold ppi evangelist.