GETFOXFIT | IFBB Bikini Fitness Athlete & Kidney Cancer Survivor Lisanne Keir

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Fiery Spiced Cod and Broccoli (Easy, Tasty and Clean Recipe)

Fiery Spiced Cod & Broccoli (Easy, Tasty & Clean Recipe)

Let me introduce you to my most cooked and consumed dish.

Since I am in contest prep and 4 weeks out of my competition I have to closely monitor what I am eating and this meal is a firm favourite.

Easy, tasty, yummy, healthy and clean recipe that packs a punch in the spicy department – perfect!

If you don’t like it super spicy, then just leave out the chili and fresh cayenne peppers.

Enough for 2 servings.  Cooking time: 20 mins

Ingredients:

Frozen cod (400g)
Broccoli (500g)
Spices
Turmeric (2 tsp)
Paprika powder (2 tsp)
Chili pepper (2 tsp+, depending on how hot you want it)
Cumin (2 tsp)
Fresh cayenne pepper (1/2 to 1, depending on how hot you want it)
Pepper (2 tsp)
Himalayan salt (1/2 tsp)

How to:

1) Finely chop the fresh cayenne pepper into small bits

2) Put the frozen cod and all the spices in a big pan, cover it with a lid and cook it on a medium heat (around number 4/5, or turn to just less than half) for 20 mins (since the fish will be cooking from frozen I don’t use any coconut oil as it will cook in it’s juices)

3) Grab a medium pan and bring water to a boil

4) Wash and cut your broccoli

5) When the fish has been cooking for 10 mins add the broccoli to the pan of boiling water and cook that for 7-10 mins (depending on how firm you like it)

6) After 20 mins – mash up the fish in the pan and fully mix so that every bit is covered in the spices and sauce

7) Drain the broccoli and serve

Nom Nom Nom!

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Football Fever Edition: ‘Hup Holland Hup’ Pumpkin and Garlic Soup

Hup Holland Hup Pumpkin and Garlic soup recipe (getfoxfit)

Especially for the FIFA world cup semi- finals game tonight I wanted to post an orange colored treat for you – my ‘Hup Holland Hup’ Pumpkin and Garlic soup.

Easy, healthy, clean and delicious.

Cooking time: 35 mins. 15 mins prep and 20 mins cooking

Ingredients:

1 large onion

8 cloves of garlic

1.5 kilos of pumpkin

1 spoon of coconut oil

Himalayan salt and pepper to taste

How:

Cut up all your veggies.

Heat the coconut oil and “fry” the onion and garlic for 3-5 mins.

Add the pumpkin and cook for 5 mins

Add 750 ML water and let it simmer for a further 10 mins

Take the pan off the heat and use a hand held blender to whizzzz it into a creamy consistency.

Voila – ready to eat.

 

Hope you enjoy the soup and the game tonight!

Gooooooooooo Holland!!!!  Hup Holland Hup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Clean and Healthy Recipe: Ginger and Lemon Soba Noodles

Clean and Healthy Recipe: Ginger and Lemon Soba Noodles (getfoxfit)

Total time: 15 mins (5 mins prep) and 10 mins cooking

If you are looking for an easy, clean, healthy and very yummy lunch or dinner idea, then look no further.

This dish is up there on my Top Meals list.  Extremely flavorsome, quick and easy to do.

I amazingly had left overs of this so chucked it in the fridge and ate them the next day cold – let me tell you, they were just as good, if not better!

Ingredients:
1 tablespoon coconut oil
3 cloves garlic (either chop or put them through a garlic press)
5 inch bit of ginger (finely chop)
Box of tofu (if it’s in one whole piece cut into blocks) – if you prefer you can use prawns or white fish (cod, haddock, tilapia) or, if you are a meat eater, chicken or beef
1 pak choi (roughly chop)
1 cayenne pepper (discard the seeds and finely chop)
Handful of bean sprouts
200g soba (buckwheat) noodles
Himalayan salt and pepper to taste

Method:
1. Bring water to a boil and put the soba noodles in for 8 mins.
2. In the mean time put all your ingredients (apart from the leafy parts of the pak choi) into a wok and stir fry on a low to medium heat for 8 mins.
3. Drain the soba noodles, add them and the leafy parts of the pak choi to the wok.  Turn heat up to full and stir fry for 1 min.

 


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Thai soba noodle salad

Thai soba noodle salad

Cold noodles, a new obsession.  I could happily life off of Asian food, I really could.  This 15 minute clean wonder is one of my fav dishes – perfect for lunch or dinner.

Ingredients:

For in the Wok:

Coconut Oil (1 tbls)
Garlic (2 cloves)
Grated Ginger (a 1 inch bit)
Coriander powder (1 tbls)
Chili pepper (1 tbls)
Quorn (250g)

For in a pan:

Soba Noodles (100g, and 1 teaspoon of Sesame Oil)

For in a big bowl:

Grated ginger (1 inch bit)
Garlic (1 clove)
White cabbage (250g)
Carrot (1 grated)
Cherry tomatoes (6-12)
Fresh coriander (10g)
Lime (1 – squeezed juice)
Fish oil (2 tbls)
Sesame seeds (1 tbls)

Method:

Grab a wok and heat the ingredients for 12 mins.

Bring a pan of water to the boil, then put in the soba noodles.

Grate the carrot and ginger, and chop up the rest of your vegetables finely and put them on a bowl.

Drain the noodles, wash well in cold water.  Put them back in the pan with a teaspoon of sesame oil.

Add all of your ingredients into the bowl with the veg and add the fish oil, sesame seeds and lime juice.

Mix well (best done with your hands!) and enjoy :)