Toasts/crackers with cucumber and smoked salmon.
Use toasts or crackers with neutral flavor, no added sugar or other 'unhealthy' stuff. Or just toast some bread.
1/3 - 1/2 cucumber, grate it and let drip out the moist (it's not to bad to drink the cucumber water, for a healthy drink while you make this)
2 table spoons of lemon juice
1 table spoon of dill (fresh or dried)
1/2 avocado, mashed
Mix it all together, taste if the flavor is nice and fresh, add cucumber if needed.
Slap of smoked salmon, bake it in a pan, till it is no longer raw.
Step 3: construct the toasts
Put a nice bumch of cucumber mix on the toast, put a piece of salmon on top of that.
Step 4: enjoy (and probably share, cause it might be a bit much. You can keep the cucumber mix and salmon seperated in the fridge for a day or 2 to eat later if needed)
Hope you will enjoy these snacks as much as i do ;)
Tip: add some taco chips (not to much, keep it healthy!) to alternate with the veggies to dip. Nom.
250-300g = 9-10 oz ( i'm from belgium, so not sure about can sizes in US, just pick something close to 2 - 2,5 cups)
Dip 2: guacamole
1/2 lime, squeezed
1 table spoon lemon juice
1 tomato (optional: peel, remove seeds to make easier to digest)
1/4 red sweet pepper (remove seeds always, optional: peel to make easier to digest)
Handful of fresh coriander
Garlic, and some onion (optional)
Put in a blender, done!
Note: i find garlic an onion (especially raw) to hard to digest, so i make my dips without, and they still taste amazing.
Note: always wash fresh vegetables and herbes used raw thoroughly!
Raw veggies with dip.
Raw veggies: cucumber, carrots, belgian fine chicory, cauliflower, mushrooms, sweet pepper, kohlrabi, radishes, ... Note: some can give bloating (cauliflower) or are harder to digest (pepper), best minimise those and mix with the 'easier' veggies (carrots)
Dip 1: hummus
A can of chickpeas 250 - 300 gr, drip out the moist
5 table spoons of sesame seeds
4 table spoons of olive oil (virgin)
1 table spoon of cumin
1 lemon, squeezed
Bit of chili (optional)
Put all in a blender, and done!