Having little time to cook is not contrary to healthy eating. Choosing seasonal products and planning your menus are resources for taking care of your diet.

We offer 12 simple recipes for easy and healthy meals, for lunch or dinner, which you can prepare even if your complaint reigns in your “Miss My Day” routine. Pasta with different sauces or toppings with fish or chicken and excessively delicious salads that have nothing to do with the typical boring lettuce and tomato.

To prepare healthy dishes, it is important to use seasonal products depending on the time of year. This will not only make the recipes much cheaper, but also much tastier. The best of these 12 ideas that we offer is that you can also bring them to a collector at the office or at work, you can even do more and repeat throughout the week.

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1. Broccoli, carrot, and walnut salad

Cut the broccoli into strands and cook in a saucepan with water and salt for 5 minutes. Drain and set aside. Peel the carrots, cut them into slices and add them to the broccoli. Prepare a vinaigrette with oil and lemon juice in a glass to dress the salad. Finally, cut a handful of walnuts and add them to the plate.

2. Spaghetti with scrambled eggs with mushrooms and shrimp

Boil the spaghetti in a saucepan. On the other hand, heat a frying pan with oil. Brown a rolled garlic. Add the mushrooms (which must first be washed and drained) and fry for 10 minutes. Add the peeled shrimp and sauté. Add the beaten eggs. To make it look like a jumble and not a French omelette, remove the pan from the heat and stir the mixture to cook the egg well.

3. Lentil salad with pumpkin, hummus and almonds

Drain a pan of lentils, pour the water and set aside in a bowl. Cut and cook the pumpkin and mix it with the lentils. Chop a handful of almonds and add them. Dress it with salt and virgin olive oil. Also prepare the hummus. Once you have the desired texture, add a few tablespoons to the salad.

4. Quick vegetable broth

Clean and peel a variety of vegetables such as celery, carrots, leeks and turnips and cut them into small pieces. Brown the onion and leeks in a saucepan with a little oil until they are golden. Add the rest of the vegetables and sauté for 5 minutes. Stir in water and aromatic herbs such as thyme and bay leaf. Cook everything over low heat for 15 minutes. Once ready, filter it.

5. Chicken, vegetable and turmeric couscous

Brown a well chopped onion in the pan until golden. Add the green pepper, zucchini and a minced chicken breast. Do it all for 15 minutes. However, bring 250 ml of water to a boil with a drizzle of oil and salt. When the water boils, remove the container from the heat and pour 250 g of couscous. Stir and let stand for 3 minutes. Add a small tablespoon of butter and return the bowl to low heat for 2-3 minutes, stir the couscous with a fork. Add the chicken and sautéed vegetables to the couscous and season the dish with a teaspoon of organic turmeric root powder.

6. Spaghetti with spinach, diced ham and young garlic

Cook the spinach on the one hand and the pasta on the other. Saute, in a pan with oil, the tender garlic previously washed and cut into small pieces. Finally, add a few tacos of serrano ham and fry them in the pan. Add spinach and spaghetti to mix all the ingredients.

7. Lentils with salmon, dill and cumin

Rinse the lentils and set aside. Peel and cut an onion into small pieces. Heat a frying pan with oil and sauté the vegetables and garlic. Season until poached. Add the cumin and dill to the vegetables and cover with fish stock or water and cook for 4 minutes. Then cook the salmon for 3 minutes at the bottom and a few seconds at the top. When ready, make a base with lentils and vegetables and place the salmon on it.

8. Pumpkin salad with avocado, tomato and cucumber.

Wash and peel the vegetables. Cut the squash very finely and cut the avocado, tomato and cucumber into small cubes. For the final vinaigrette, use extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, soy sauce, and raw sesame.

9. Endive with pear and raisins

Wash the chicory, cut it, and place it in a bowl. Add the chopped pear, raisins, and sunflower seeds. Make a vinaigrette with salt, olive oil, and white apple cider vinegar.

10. Green beans with minced garlic

As simple as green beans and previously browned garlic in the pan. Garlic will give a different flavor to a typical vegetable dish.

11. Avocado stuffed with tuna

You need avocado, canned tuna in oil, roasted pepper and mayonnaise. The preparation is very simple because it is enough to cut the avocados in half and to empty them. Mix all the ingredients and use the mixture to fill the avocado. The best thing about this recipe is that you can incorporate or eliminate any product according to your taste.

12. Spinach Omelet

Everyone knows how to make a treadmill. For this you need eggs and spinach. The first thing is to beat the egg, season with salt and pepper and, on the other hand, you need to make the spinach with a little oil. The rest is already known: everything comes together and the bread! Until it is done. You can add potato, onion or any other vegetable of your choice.