5 Fab Flavour Boosting Tips
Becoming slim for life is a two-step process. First, you’ve got to set your sights on success and second, you need the tools and know-how to make yours a fail-safe mission!
Deciding to attend your first Unislim class is step one, and step two is up to us. In classes, online or in our busy Unislim chatroom, we’re committed to sharing our expertise with you every day. Our number one focus? Helping you understand food, and hopefully encouraging you to have fun with it. To that end, you’ll find countless recipes on this website – ones that have been tested by our members and carry the Unislim stamp of approval!
Take one: Steak
Try with: For a main meal, great steak pairings include cous cous, spinach, french beans and asparagus. For an inventive salad, fry a steak using low cal spray, cut into strips and mix with ½ chopped cucumber, ½ head lettuce, 1 red onion and 1 red pepper. Next add a ½ tsp of fresh ginger and the juice and zest of one orange. A zingy, filling salad, done!
Take one: Piece of salmon.
Try with: To spice up an already delicious, juicy piece of salmon, experiment with any of these Low GI options: smear with paprika & garlic, then fry; roast with fennel and cherry tomatoes or bake with a sliced orange and thyme sprigs scattered on top – wonderful!
Take one: Egg
Try with: a host of low GI foods for a protein-powered hit! Unislim favourites include scrambled eggs combined with wilted spinach (this works with shredded brussel sprouts suprisingly well, too); a boiled egg served with toasted wholemeal bread for dipping, with mixed seeds on the side, or, for a different twist on supper, fry two eggs in a pan with 1 sliced courgette, 200g halved cherry tomatoes, a crushed garlic clove and a sprinkling of basil leaves – a five-minute feast!
(you can include up to 7 eggs per week in your Forever Free plan)
Take one: Chicken breast.
Try with: It’s tempting to become complacent with chicken, forgetting what a versatile little birdy it truly is. For fresh ideas on this family favourite, try pairing with these low GI foods for some unpredictably delicious results: olives, apple, chickpeas, black beans, artichoke, walnuts and celeriac.
Take one: Aubergine.
Try with: Whip up a rainbow-coloured stir fry by mixing aubergine with any of these Low GI goodies: peppers, scallions, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli and courgette. Alternatively, slice an aubergine up, spread on a roasting tray, sprinkle with turmeric and spray with low cal spray. Fifteen minutes in the oven and you’ve got yourself one tasty, low GI, side dish!
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