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No Cook Stuffed Peppers (Tuna)

You haven’t always got to get in front of the stove to make delicious, high protein and healthy recipes. You can swap the tuna for tinned Mackerel or Sardines.

 

Serves:

1 person for a full meal or makes 2/3 snacks

Preparation time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 0 minutes

 

Ingredients:

1 tin of Tuna (try to used tuna in spring water or olive oil)

6 mini sweet peppers

3 spring onions finely sliced

1 heaped tbsp. light mayonnaise

Optional – finely chopped coriander, salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

Drain the Tuna and flake into a bowl.  Add the finely sliced spring onions and mayonnaise and then season to taste.
Slice the tops off of the top of the peppers and remove any seeds.
Once combined, use a teaspoon to spoon the mixture into the hollow peppers.
Either eat straight away or store in the fridge for up to 2 days to have as a high protein snack.

TIP – Rotating your protein sources is always healthy and as Tuna should only be consumed a few times a week due to high levels of mercury, simply swap the Tuna for tinned Mackerel or Sardines.  Remember to keep the bones in these little tins of fish; they are soft and packed with calcium.

 

Lucy Doyle is a successful Nutritional Coach and Speaker. After her own 30kg weight loss transformation she set up Lean with Lucy & Co, to help other women avoid industry fads and gimmick diets.

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