Eating Healthy With Aldi: Mediterranean Bowl

Food choices shape our overall wellbeing and physical health. I can’t stress enough how much changing what I used to eat improved my energy level, mood and body shape. However, even though we all know we should follow a diverse and healthy diet, few of us know how to proceed when the right time comes.

The best thing you can do is to be prepared and this includes mastering some easy and healthy recipes and buying the ingredients you will need beforehand. That said, now it’s the right time for you to grab a pen and take note of what we are going to need to make this super easy mediterranean bowl:

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Mediterranean Bowl

Ingredients

  • 1 boiled egg
  • 1 cup of microwave mediterranean rice
  • a dozen of olives
  • a dozen of plum tomatoes
  • crunchy salad

You can easily find all these ingredients at Aldi’s, where I do all my food shopping. To prepare your bowl, make sure the salad, tomatoes, and olives are properly washed and cut as you like.

After boiling the egg, let it cool down, so you can peel and cut it easily. While you wait, you can put the rice in the microwave (Aldi’s package comes with two portions, you just need one per person), which takes between 3 to 5 minutes to be ready. Now the best part: I personally like to place all my ingredients separately in the bowl. Some people prefer to mix the ingredients altogether. As you know the kitchen’s rules, there is no right or wrong way to do anything so feel free to use your imagination and personal taste when finishing up your bowl of food.

I hope you enjoy this suggestion. I will love to see your replication of it – just tag me on instagram (@work.life.fitness) and I will surely like and comment on your bowl! 😉

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