What to take for lunch at the office, except for salad
Today we offer you a selection of recipes for healthy meals that you can take with you to the office. Just test next week. It will be delicious!
By the way, you can not only take these office lunches with you, but also cook them in the office kitchen, if any.
Recipe number 1. Burrito in a plate
Burrito in a plate
¼ cups of canned or boiled beans;
1 teaspoon of chicken stock;
a pinch of caraway seeds;
a pinch of cayenne pepper;
a pinch of dried garlic;
½ cup chopped red cabbage;
90 g of chicken breast;
2 tablespoons of non-fat yogurt without flavoring;
2 tablespoons of fresh salsa (optional);
Put the beans in the bowl with chicken broth, caraway seeds, cayenne pepper and garlic and put in the microwave for 25-30 seconds.
Add the cabbage, cut into thin slices, into the warmed beans. Top with thinly sliced pieces of grilled chicken, low-fat yogurt, salsa (if any), sprinkle with fresh cilantro and chopped green onions. Bon Appetit!
Recipe number 2. Vegetarian sandwich
2 slices of whole grain bread;
2 tablespoons of hummus;
3 thin slices of cucumber;
2 thin slices of tomato;
3 slices of avocado;
¼ cup sprouts (any);
¼ cups of grated carrots.
Dry the bread. Spread hummus on top of both slices. Spread vegetables on top in any order. Pile up a sandwich and enjoy lunch.
Recipe number 3. Tortilla with tuna
2 whole grain pitas (tortillas or pita bread);
1 jar of canned tuna in its own juice;
juice of 2 slices of lemon;
2 teaspoons of olive oil;
½ small red onion, diced;
½ cup red sweet pepper diced;
Open a can of tuna, drain the liquid. Spread on a plate, add lemon juice and olive oil there, mix. Then add the cubes of sweet pepper and onion, a little finely chopped parsley, salt and pepper to taste. Again, mix everything well, put it on pita – lunch is ready!
Recipe number 4. Frittata with tomatoes and beans
Frittata with Tomatoes and Beans
1 tablespoon of olive oil;
2 cups chopped tomatoes (regular or cherry);
1 cup canned red or black beans;
fresh basil leaves;
salt and pepper to taste;
60 g mozzarella.
In a small bowl, beat the eggs with a few basil leaves, salt and pepper. Spread beans and chopped tomatoes on a frying pan greased with olive oil, mix them and carefully pour in the egg mixture. Spread the mozzarella cubes on top and slightly spread the filling with a spatula so that the egg mixture seeps to the bottom. Cover and cook over low heat for 15–20 minutes.
Recipe number 5. Vegetarian tacos with walnuts
Vegetarian Walnuts Tacos
8 large lettuce leaves;
2 cups of walnuts;
1 tablespoon of caraway seeds;
1 tablespoon of coriander;
2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar;
a pinch of paprika;
a pinch of garlic powder;
a pinch of black pepper;
2 avocados, diced;
1 cup diced tomatoes;
a pinch of sea salt;
1 lime juice.
Thoroughly wash lettuce and tomatoes, dry with paper towels. Slice the rest of the ingredients. The main filling for tacos – walnuts, caraway seeds, paprika, coriander, balsamic vinegar, pepper and garlic powder – put in a food processor and grind. The mixture should be crumbly, so do not overdo it.
Spread the nut mixture on the lettuce leaves in equal portions, and add chopped tomatoes, avocado and a little parsley on top. Salt and pepper to taste, water with lime juice. Bon Appetit!