Gingery Soba Noodles, Broccolini, Cucumber and Sesame Seeds

Wanting another healthy meal choice to add into your week? This Gingery Soba Noodles, Broccolini, Cucumber and Sesame Seeds recipe by Anett Velsberg is a perfect addition. The soba noodles are gluten-free and made of buckwheat flour. They are also easy to prepare and are a good source of many healthy nutrients. Not to mention you're pairing them with Broccolini and Cucumbers, we all need our vegetables. 

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Portobello Tacos with Vegan Jalapeño Sauce

These Portobello Tacos with Vegan Jalapeño Sauce by Love and Lemons are perfect for any occasion. Not to mention, it is Taco Tuesday! Even if you aren't a fan of mushrooms, you may just change your mind with this culinary combination. The creamy sauce is so delicious and can be saved and used with other meals. Another plus is that you can make the sauce as spicy as you like.

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Rainbow Veggie Pizza

If you're a pizza lover like we are here at Flirty, you've got to try this recipe from Last Ingredient. Vegetables take the main stage (as they should) creating an extremely colorful and eye catching display. Talk about healthy! We know, looks can be deceiving. Not with this culinary masterpiece. Once fully completed, this pizza has a slightly charred & smoky tastefulness that is hard to resist. It is sure to be a hit to those you serve it to while providing a more nutritional choice for mealtime.

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Easy Turkey Pho Recipe

This Easy Turkey Pho recipe from Pinch of Yum is definitely one for the taste buds! It is extremely flavorful and perfect for allowing you to customize as well. In other words, it goes well with possibly any topping your heart desires. The two main ingredients consist of steamy rice noodles and a turkey-based broth.

While rice flour is a rich source of carbs, it is actually a simple starch and a good source of glucose that your body can easily turn into energy. Unlike brown rice, white rice does not contain anti-nutrients such as phtates and lectins. Rice noodles are also gluten-free, affordable, sustainable, and quite suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Turkey on the other hand is one form of meat that is low-GI and can help keep insulin levels stable. Turkey contains the amino acid tryptophan, which produces serotonin and plays an important role in strengthening the immune system. It is also a source of selenium, which is essential for thyroid hormone metabolism.

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