A super quick weekday pork dish with lemongrass infused rice - oozing with flavour and only a handful of ingredients. Ingredients: Serves 2 250 g pork mince 1 sachet Ketjap Manis 1 stick lemongrass 1 sachet soy sauce 1 clove garlic 1/2 sachet easy ginger 1 bunch coriander 1 bag chopped chinese leaf 1 punnet shitake mushrooms 150g basmati rice 1/2 lime Method: 1. Heat a splash of oil in a large saucepan over high heat and add the pork mince. Cook until browned, 5 mins, breakin
These breakfast bars are a particular favourite in my household - a super easy recipe that can be prepped at the weekend - the ULTIMATE way to start each morning! Here's how to make them........... Ingredients: 190g rolled oats 65g coconut flour 80g vanilla protein powder 50g ground flaxseed 2 tbsp ground cinnamon 230g pitted medjool dates (roughly 14 dates), chopped 210g unsweetened apple sauce 85g almond butter 65g coconut oil, melted 75ml boiling water 190g raisins 2 apple
A perfect way to start your morning - an easy recipe that you can whizz up the night before. Ingredients: Serves 1 1 large banana 1 medium egg 3 egg whites 25g protein powder (vanilla/chocolate) 30g blended desiccated coconut into a powder 1 1/2 tsp cocoa powder 100-150ml water (add little first and mix, making sure mixture is not too runny or not too thick) 2 tsp desiccated coconut 2 tsp coconut oil 2 tbsp Greek yoghurt handful of blueberries Method: Whizz up the banana, egg
This is an all time favourite and simple dish you can make with minimal time., You can swap the chicken for prawns or turkey mince for a change. Meal Time: 15 minutes Serves: 1 Ingredients: 1/2 tbsp coconut oil 75g chorizo 1/2 red onion, diced 240g skinless chicken breast salt and pepper 4 cherry tomatoes 3 handfuls of baby spinach 1 ball of mozzarella 20g pine nuts Method: 1. Heat the coconut oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat. Add the chorizo and fry for 1 minute
Here is my recent blog on nutrition for runners - I get to the nitty gritty about food and running, what to eat before a run, after a run, when to eat it, what foods to avoid if you have bowel issues and even what foods to eat that make you faster. 1. Should you eat before you run, or should you run 'fasted'? It depends on your training goal – do you want to enhance performance, maximise adaptations, lose weight?
The goal of training is to prepare the runner to perform at the