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Vegan Food Recipes From Remote Workers

3 Vegan Food Recipes From Remote Workers

Maintaining a healthy and nutritious vegan diet while working from home can be challenging with the kitchen right next to your home office. Many people tend to eat unhealthy snacks and fast food, leading to weight gain, lack of concentration, lethargy, and other health issues. That’s why you should check out and learn how to cook these fast vegan food recipes to keep you energized while you work remotely for a better and more efficient day.

Using frozen foods can be especially helpful as they are longer-lasting and can be ready within minutes for a healthy, fresh, and delicious meal.

At ClickDo Ltd. the whole team works from home or anywhere they want and that’s why they have compiled their favorite healthy and quick vegan recipes for you to cook. Check out these three vegan food recipes recommendations from ClickDo remote workers:

1. Mild Indian Veggie Curry

 

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Ingredients you will need:

  • 100 g fresh spinach or 2 cubes of frozen spinach, 100 g frozen peas
  • 100 g coconut cream
  • 1 can of chopped tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 400g of any other frozen vegetables of your choice – butternut squash, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, etc.
  • 3 tablespoons Indian curry paste like Tikka Masala

Preparation:

  1. Wash the fresh spinach or microwave the frozen spinach and for about two minutes to soften it.
  2. Prepare a microwavable mixing bowl and pour the oil, onions, curry paste, and the veggies and mix them well. First, briefly fry the vegetables to activate the flavors, then cover the bowl and cook on high for 10 minutes in your microwave.
  3. Now, add the coconut cream and chopped tomatoes to the curry and stir in the spinach along with frozen peas. Cover the dish and microwave it for another 5 minutes.
  4. Serve it with naan bread or rice.

Most of these dishes contain natural probiotics, which are good for your digestive system. Dinesh Kumar, an SEO expert at ClickDo, really adores this dish and we share more ideas on the top UK News Blog where you can find great healthy lifestyle tips.

2. Mexican Protein Bowl

 

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This healthy bowl full of flavors is the best Mexican meal you can think of. A lovely combination of black and kidney beans, veggies, lemon rice, guacamole, vegan cheese for a light and refreshing lunch while you work at home!

Preparation:

    • Sauté chopped onions in olive oil along with Mexican spices, cayenne pepper, oregano, and cumin. Add some chopped tomatoes and peppers and fry until soft.
    • Add a can of black and kidney beans, and corn and mix well.
    • Add salt and pepper.
    • For the lemon rice: Toss together a bowl of cooked basmati rice, lemon juice, salt, and cilantro.
    • Guacamole: Deseed and mash an avocado with a fork. Add chopped tomatoes, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Mix well. You may also add red chilli flakes or cayenne pepper for extra spice.
    • Salad: Lettuce leaves, tomatoes, peppers, corn, onions and vegan Monterey jack cheese.
    • Serve everything together for a bowl full of tasty goodness.

Manuela Willbold, a content writer and editor at ClickDo, absolutely loves spicy food and finds that Mexican ticks all the boxes. She shares more healthy foods and other life hacks on the innovative Progress World Blog.

3. Greek Salad

 

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The Mediterranean cuisine has a vast collection of vegan recipes and this wholesome and nutritious lunch bowl is a fantastic combination of taste, powerful proteins, and balanced vitamins.

Preparation:

  • Mix a can of chickpeas, Shawarma seasoning, maple syrup, and salt.
  • Bake this mixture in an oven until the chickpeas are golden brown and crispy.
  • Add tabbouleh and vegan tzatziki—mix coconut yogurt, black olives, chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and peppers.
  • Add a dressing of olive oil, mustard, a dash of lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

Vegans in Mediterranean countries can feel spoilt for choice thanks to the diverse vegetables, fruits, grains, and nuts that grow in these countries so don’t let them go to waste but eat them fresh while you can.

Fernando Raymond, the #1 SEO consultant and CEO of ClickDo, loves traveling through Europe as a digital nomad and enjoys all the treasures like grain-filled pita bread, hummus, falafel pita sandwich and wraps, and mezze platters. The salad is one of his favorites as he prefers light meals to suit his yogic lifestyle.

But as a Londoner, he will at times go for a cheeky vegan take away, especially after a busy day in his home office in Canary Wharf. You can find ClickDoers top take away recommendations on the informative London Business News Blog, providing you with everything you need to know about London’s business world. And for more tips on remote work or home business ideas simply visit our ClickDo Blog.

The whole ClickDo team hopes you enjoy these vegan food recipes and wishes you Bon Appetite!

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