Eat and burn fat at the same time, feel full and still lose weight: One way to achieve this goal is often with tasty and nutritious salads. But even then, you can make many mistakes that will nullify all efforts. Read here which fattening foods you should definitely avoid in your salad. And we will tell you three recipes of delicious salads for weight loss, which are prepared in less than 20 minutes.
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Salads are often neglected at buffets in resort hotels. In the bowls are a few wilted lettuce leaves, tomato slices, chopped carrots, cucumber slices and egg halves. And next to it are fat bandages that need to be thrown over. If you see this, you can only think one thing: no thanks, I’m not a rabbit! Nothing green is better than eating a bunch.
And this example shows you one of the worst sins you can commit when you’re making a salad: dousing your lovingly prepared salad with ready-made salad dressing from the supermarket. Because it’s a real fattening food that usually doesn’t even taste good or is too sweet. A third of the content is often fat. Take it away. It is better to mix together a delicious dressing of oil and (balsamic) vinegar.
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If you are not a vegetarian or vegan, some meat (chicken or turkey breast) will give the salad the finishing touch. But even here the devil is hiding in the details. Never bread the bird. Because crackers are real fattening. Tender meat is better to fry, and then let it marinate. Crispy frying makes meat twice as tasty. And bread is not far from crackers. Nutritious whole grain bread is more useful for the figure than white bread, which also does not satiate for a long time. Enjoy without butter or sauces if possible.
What should also be consumed in moderation: with cheese. Because these are real calorie bombs. Depending on the variety, mozzarella contains 240 to 320 calories per 100 grams, and Gouda even has 350 to 370 calories. If it has to be cheese, then it is better to switch to low-fat options. Mozzarella is light, for example, contains about 160 calories.
Spinach salad with tomatoes, mozzarella and chicken fillet
Ingredients for two people: 100 grams of young spinach, four medium-sized tomatoes, 200 grams of light mozzarella, 200 grams of chicken fillet, salt, pepper, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar.
Preparation: Cut the chicken fillet into thin strips, fry in olive oil and marinate. In the meantime, wash the lettuce leaves and place them on plates as bedding. Cut the tomatoes and mozzarella into slices and place them on a lettuce leaf (always one slice of tomato and one slice of mozzarella on top of each other), add salt and pepper, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. done
Chicory and pear salad
Ingredients for two people: 250 grams of chicory, two pears, fresh walnuts, 2 tablespoons of walnut oil and 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar
Preparation: Remove the core and cut the pears, and cut the chicory into strips. It looks more beautiful if you use red and yellow chicory. Now mix the salad and pears, add walnut oil and balsamic vinegar. Then sprinkle the walnut halves on top. done
Tomato and arugula salad
Ingredients for two people: 100 grams of arugula, 6 medium-sized tomatoes, 200 grams of light mozzarella, 4 sprigs of basil, 3 tablespoons of pine nuts, 2 onions, 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar, 4 tablespoons of olive oil, salt, pepper, sugar
Preparation: Fry the pine nuts in the oven at 160 °C until golden brown. Cut the tomatoes into eighths, and cut the mozzarella into pieces of the desired size. Cut the onion together with the greens into thin rings, cut the arugula into short pieces, and chop the basil. For the dressing, mix oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and a pinch of sugar. Now mix everything (don’t forget the pine nuts) and leave for a minute. done
If you don’t want to do without croutons in the salad: You can easily make them yourself and they are low in calories. Cut 150 grams of whole grain bread into cubes, sprinkle with a tablespoon of olive oil and fry in a pan. A little thyme adds the finishing touch.