Mercadona ‘prepares’ you five tupperware for the return to routine

Are you back into a routine? After summer relaxation, it’s time to recover good habits. Pay attention to our suggestions to make the return more regular and bearable: 5 easy, quick and healthy food ideas to take to the office or workplace.

In the face of the new cycle, it is important to plan your meals to keep track and not improvise day by day with the added effort this requires. Organize your work week in time and with our practical and easy recipes. So easy to make and perfect for your balanced basket!

Monday

Bowl of chicken livers

Grilled chicken fillets with fusilli, frozen vegetables and pesto sauce.

1. Season 200 g of chicken fillet with salt, black pepper and 1 tablespoon of ground cayenne. Soak well on both sides.

2. Pass the fillets back and forth through the pan until golden brown.

3. Cook 125g of frozen broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. It can be cooked for 5 minutes at 900 W in the microwave, or cooked in boiling water for 5 minutes.

4. Cook 100 g of fusilli for 11 to 13 minutes with a little salt.

5. Collect tupperware and at the moment of consumption, decorate with 3 spoons of fresh pesto.

To start the week strong, this combination of ingredients is foolproof. Very tasty and with a great variety of nutrients.

Tuesday

Container for green salad

Green salad with fried carrots, chickpeas and sea bass roasted in oil, lemon and parsley vinaigrette.

1. Bake 2 previously seasoned sea bass fillets with a splash of oil for 13 minutes at 200º.

2. Saute 1 clove of minced garlic with a little oil and saute 50 g of grated carrots.

3. Wash and drain 100 g of chickpeas and 20 g of salad cabbage.

4. Prepare a vinaigrette with 50 ml of oil, the juice of 1 lemon, the peel of ½ lemon and 5 g of chopped parsley.

5. Gather the tupperware with all the ingredients and dress it with vinaigrette when it is ready to be consumed.

Get all the benefits of vegetables and legumes in your diet. In addition, sea bass is a white fish that stands out for its mild flavor, high protein content and low fat content.

Wednesday

Tupperware White Bean Salad

White bean and octopus salad with vinegar vinaigrette, paprika from La Vera, parsley and oil.

1. Cut 150 g of cooked octopus.

2. Dice ½ red onion and ¼ green pepper. Cut 5 to 6 cherry tomatoes in half.

3. Saute 1 clove of minced garlic with a little oil and saute 50 g of grated carrot.

4. Wash and drain 100 g of white beans.

5. Prepare a vinaigrette with 50 ml of oil, 7 ml of vinegar, 1 spoon of paprika and 5 g of chopped parsley.

6. Gather the tupperware with all the ingredients and dress it with vinaigrette when it is ready to be consumed.

Pick up the pace of the week with this quick recipe, rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and protein. Ideal for recharging the batteries for the last part of the work week.

Thursday

Tupperware Pork Tenderloin

Pork tenderloin with truffle sauce, basmati rice and fried frozen vegetables.

1. Put the pork fillet in the oven for about 13 minutes at 200º.

2. Remove and cut the fillet into medallions.

3. Heat the truffle sauce in a pan and when it boils, add the fillet to finish cooking in the sauce.

4. Sauté 125 g of frozen vegetables with a little oil.

5. Heat 1 cup of basmati rice in the microwave and assemble the tupperware with all the ingredients.

Another excellent blend of flavors, perfectly balanced, high in protein, low in fat and rich in minerals and vitamins.

Friday

Tupperware Smoked Salmon with Brown Rice

Smoked salmon with brown rice, peas and frozen vegetables stir-fried with oil vinaigrette, soy sauce, honey, radishes and peanuts.

1. Cook 100 g of frozen broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. It can be cooked for 5 minutes at 900 W in the microwave, or cooked in boiling water for 5 minutes.

2. Reserve and sauté 40g frozen very soft peas.

3. Heat 1 cup of brown rice in the microwave and combine all the ingredients together with 100 g of smoked salmon in the upper bowl.

4. Prepare a vinaigrette with 50 ml of oil, 8 ml of soy, 15 g of honey, 2 sliced ​​radishes and 10 g of roasted ground peanuts. Take it in a separate container to cover the tupperware at the time of consumption.

5. An easy recipe to wait for the weekend. Salmon is above all a natural source of protein and Omega 3 fatty acids.

Combine it with fiber from brown rice, peas and vegetables for a complete and delicious dish.

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