Healthy Lunch Recipe - Salad and Steak

Healthy Fitness Lunch – salad with pork sirloin steak

Try this easy digestible, low calorie and healthy fitness plate for lunch: salad with pork sirloin steak! It gives you a lot of vitamines and energy for the day.

Grocery List for 4 people:
  • 1-2 lean pork sirloin steaks per person
  • 1 lettuce
  • 2 red peppers
  • 2 big carrots
  • natural yogurt without additives
  • olive oil
  • white vinegar
  • salt, pepper, garlic, mustard for seasoning the salad dressing
  • milk
  • sunflower and pumpkin seeds

Please buy open salads, vegetables and fruits. Everything that comes prepacked in plastic bags is expensive and often not so fresh, or pre-loaded with germs. It is also better for the environment to avoid disposable plastic bags.

I can highly recommend buying cold-pressed virgin olive oil and high quality vinegar. It is wrong to save money here, the higher quality the healthier for the body.
Salad
  • cut lettuce into bite-sized pieces, wash
  • wash red peppers, remove seeds, cut into pieces
  • peel and wash the carrots, cut into small slices
Salad sauce
  • 10 tablespoon of natural jogurt
  • 10 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 2 tablespoon of white vinegar
  • little mustard
  • salt, pepper, garlic, salad spice for seasoning
  • milk for diluting the salad dressing
Pork sirloin steak
  • seasoning with little salt and pepper, fry the steak indoor for a short time
  • or grill it outdoor on the barbecue

Arrange the salad in bowls, put salad sauce on it and top it with some sunflower and pumpkin seeds. This is a salad sauce I created by myself because my children did not like the standard salad sauce. My kids love this mild sauce with jogurt and they are enjoying eating salad!

Healthy Lunch with Salad and Pork Sirloin Steak
Healthy Lunch with Salad and Pork Sirloin Steak
Cold-pressed virgin olive oil

Olive oil which is cold-pressed contains high amounts of monounsaturated fatty acids, polyphenols and antioxidants that provide many health benefits.

Sunflower seeds

The sunflower seeds are a rich source of vitamin B, vitamin E, protein and dietary fiber. They contain high levels of dietary minerals, including magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron and zinc.

Pumpkin seeds

The pumpkin seeds are nutrient-rich with high content of protein, dietary fiber and numerous micronutrients.

I can recommend the following yummy desserts: Strawberry Sweet or the delicous Mango Mousse! Or try the yummy Swiss braided bread Hefezopf! Enjoy the meal with self-made whole wheat bread!

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