Today I am honored to have Felicia share 2 of her recipes with us!
Couscous and Vegetables
Serves 4 – Each serving is 125 calories, 7 grams fat, 10 grams carbs, 1.9 gram protein, and 1.5 grams of fiber
Couscous — 300 grams
Ripe tomatoes — 4 pcs.
Canned corn — 150 grams
Carrots — 2 pcs.
Green olives — 100 grams
Green pepper — 1 pc.
Olive oil — 5 tablespoons
This recipe is good for 4 servings and can be prepared in 40 minutes. It is an Arab recipe and popular in North Africa. Couscous is composed of bran and grains and you can cook it by steaming.
Thoroughly wash the vegetables and cut into small pieces. Place them in a large bowl then add the corn and grated carrot. Put salt and oil to season.
Boil one quart of salted water mixed with one tablespoon of oil. Pour the couscous into the boiling mixture and stir continuously until the water has been absorbed. Let the couscous to cool a bit by stirring. Mix the couscous in the vegetables and stir thoroughly. Season the preparation with lemon juice.
Per 100 gram serving, the calories are 288 calories, 5 grams fat, 53 carbs, 9.9 grams protein and 2.31 grams of fiber.
Bread — 1000 grams
Greek Kalamata Olives — 200 grams
Greek Feta Cheese — 100 grams
Olive Oil — 8 tablespoons
Garlic — 1 clove
Crostini Greek is a sumptuous meal good for 8 people. You can prepare this recipe in 35 minutes. This recipe was derived from the Greek feta croutons and black olives. It has an unbelievable taste and flavor and very easy to prepare too.
Cut the bread into 1.5-inch thick slices. Toast the bread in the oven or toaster. After toasting, rub garlic into each piece.
Prepare the feta cheese by slicing it into cubes about 1 cm each. Get some olives and cut them into quarters or halves. Mix the feta cheese and olives into a bowl and add olive oil. Sprinkle this mixture while the bread is still hot and serve.
About the Cooker – Felicia R. Mcclinton writes for the blog healthy mediterranean recipes , her personal hobby blog she uses to help people learn how to make Mediterranean recipes to eat healthy to prevent diseases.
Thanks Felicia for sharing these healthy recipes!!!
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