A family tradition updated to suit my active lifestyle – this is how I eat this Malaysian dish at home while keeping my healthy lifestyle.
Spit-roasted pork in the oven! Whaaaaaaaat?! Try this deliciously and deeply spiced make-at-home version of the Mexican favorite!
Got leftover potato skins from making mash? Don’t throw them away! Crisp them up in the oven and you can create nutritious desserts or even whole additional meals!
This Memphis tradition is cleaned up and boosted with plant protein. It’s ready to hit the town!
Replacing the components of a traditional meatball with rev’ed up counterparts is the key to making this meatball a cleaner fuel for your body. Definitely not any less delicious, though!
Remy would be proud! I’ve always wanted to make this dish ever since I saw Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille. I’ve incorporated a few secrets to make this vegan dish even more workout-supporting, adding more protein and fiber
Nourish the soul and body with this deeply earthy and warming soup filled with hygge.
Deeply caramelized, smoky and sweet, this vegan take on a honey glazed ham will blow your holiday mind!
One of the few plant-based complete proteins, quinoa adds a huge boost to the satiety of any vegan or vegetarian at your table. Packed with hearty vegetables and chestnuts and filled with traditional flavor, this stuffing will also satisfy any meat eater and have them scooping up more!
As if a heart warming bowl of chicken noodle soup wasn’t enough, I’ve made my family’s Malaysian chicken Hor Fun recipe even healthier by changing the noodles to a zero calorie alternative and added prawns for a boost of iron, zinc and vitamin E! Pile on the vegetables and you have a strong contender for best weekly meal that will fuel muscle growth and not weigh you down.