Coming up with quick homemade lunch ideas, shouldn’t be complicated. Bread is a lifesaver, and bread can be used in a multiple of ways. Start by using wholesome bread such as sprouted whole grain bread, then make the topping for this delicious sandwich. Empty a can of tuna in a bowl and add whatever you need. Then chop, olives, pickles, celery, shallots and even chopped carrots. Sprinkle with pepper, then add mayonnaise to blend. Add a piece of lettuce or tomato to your sandwich prior to serving. Now, savour one of your new quick homemade lunch ideas.
Salads are a healthy choice of lunch. Salads can be as exciting as you want to make them. I often use a lettuce base. Lettuce is great for testing various toppings. Iceberg lettuce is my number one choice. Furthermore, lettuce has got great form and is versatile. Usually I will add various vegetables and fruits. Certain leftovers, can also be used for salads. You can also add; red peppers, spring onions, avocado, strawberries, kiwis, mangoes, blended nuts and seeds.
Serve with a homemade dressing like 2 tablespoons of olive oil for 1 part each of apple cider vinegar and honey. An alternative is to mix, olive oil with balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper and freshly mashed garlic. If you want more protein, add grilled chicken. Viola, you have an exquisite home-made lunch.
Quick Homemade Lunch Ideas
Quinoa is another one of my favourite quick homemade lunch ideas. It contains a lot of protein, and is extremely versatile. Quinoa added to most food can result in a tasty healthy, lunch option. Make a large batch at the beginning of the week, and can be used all week for various recipes. For a tasty quinoa salad, simply cut your favorite vegetables into small pieces and add a touch of balsamic vinegar. You can also add herbs to this mouth-watering lunch.
Tasty Veggie Salad Rolls
With a few sheets of rice paper and lots of veggies, you can create a scrumptious and satisfying light lunch. Soak each rice paper wrapper in water for a few seconds, then fill it with pre-cut veggies such as bean sprouts, scallions, carrots and lettuce. Dash a bit of homemade peanut sauce based on peanut butter, tamari, ginger, chopped garlic, maple syrup and lime juice.
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