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Easy-To-Cook Mediterranean Dishes

You've found your answer in the Mediterranean Diet if you want to start on a diet that tastes great and has good health benefits. 

Easy-To-Cook Mediterranean Dishes

Elena Paravantes-Hargitt, RD, a nutritionist specialized in the Mediterranean diet, and the founder of OliveTomato, discusses the Mediterranean diet, which is primarily a vegan diet that emphasizes pulses such as beans and lentils, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, and olive oil together with fish, and a little milk and meat.

Greek Style Roasted White Beans With Summer Vegetables

Beans provide a fantastic complete meal – particularly if you serve them with crusted whole grain bread. You may not be familiar with the extra step of dried beans but their unmistakably silky texture makes some additional foresight worthwhile.

Creamy Greek Salad Pasta Recipe

We got your back with this recipe if you want to make a great pasta salad. Cold pasta, as well as a number of vegetables (onion, bell pepper, tomatoes, and corn), are worked into the herby, creamy Greek yoghourt dressing. Make it the next time you wish to impress at a party.

Mediterranean White Beans With Artichoke and Tomato

The use of the canned beans and the canned or refrigerated artichoke heart makes this recipe quick to make. And if you do not regularly use artichokes, this is a great introduction to the stunning, heartwarming veggie-packed in fiber. Who needs meat?

Mediterranean Sheet Pan–Baked Shrimp and Veggies

Dinners for weekdays are hard. Therefore a meal (including preparation) that lasts just 25 minutes is a blessing. There is only one pan used in the process, so cleanups are a breeze. Just marinate with olive oil, add, cumin, garlic, and sumac, Asparagus, cherry tomatoes, onion, and shrimp, and then bake in an oven until it is caramelized.

Spaghetti Aglio e Olio With Broccoli

You probably knew that pasta was definitely a part of a Mediterranean diet. It utilizes whole-grain pasta to allow the chef to cook the al dente Noodles— this little undercooking reduces the noodle 's glucose level, which ensures that they are digested slowly and you will not get a big insulin spike and fall.

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