A magical lunch and dinner that fits perfectly throughout the menstrual cycle. Salmon, black rice, feta cheese fried kale, red cabbage and pickled red onion is a fantastic combination. Plus, it contains a mix of high-quality fats, protein and carbohydrates that keep you full and satisfied.
This meal is infinitely variable and you can substitute ingredients for what you have at home or prefer. If you have e.g. PCOS, you can replace the black rice with oven-baked cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower and broccoli or something else you like. Tip is also to top with the best tahini sauce available!
Black rice cooked in broth
Butter when frying
Vegetables such as:
Pickled red onion (optional, regular red onion works just as well) use whatever vegetables you like.
Spices such as:
Herbs and Herb salt
Cook the black rice with the broth. Turn on the oven at 150 degrees. Season the salmon with herb salt, herbs and lemon. Leave in the oven for about 20 minutes until it is ready. Meanwhile, shred the red cabbage and chop the vegetables for the salad. Fry/roast the black cabbage until they become crispy and tasty. Squeeze a little lemon over all the vegetables. Then put the rice and salmon on the plate with the vegetables. Top with crumbled feta cheese and herb salt!
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