In today’s food world, a healthy cooking recipe can be hard to find. Meats and vegetables alike are greased, fried and covered in salt. The problem is so great that governments are even getting involved, forcing fast food chains to display the nutritional facts about each item of food on their menu.
There is even talk of banning trans-fats from the fast food industry. With all of these unhealthy fat and cholesterol laden foods around, it is more important now than ever to find a healthy cooking recipe for the foods you like to eat.
How do I Know If it is Healthy?
Many parents feed their children food mistakenly thinking that it is a healthy alternative to McDonalds or Burger King. Parents are short on time and money, so they purchase cheap items like Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. Little do they know that one serving of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese has several hundred calories, as well as excessive amounts of carbohydrates and sodium.
Finding out whether or not the food you are preparing is a healthy cooking recipe is not as difficult as it may sound. Whether you are preparing the meal from a box or from scratch, there are several things to look for that scream unhealthy cooking recipe! First, look for the use of butter.
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese has the preparer add several tablespoons of butter to the recipe. Butter is loaded with saturated fats that do nothing positive for your body. If your favorite recipe calls for several tablespoons of butter, try substituting margarine instead to turn it into a healthy cooking recipe.
Another stand out in an unhealthy cooking recipe is the use of a fryer. If the recipe calls for the meat or vegetable to be fried in any type of oil, that is a dead giveaway that it is not a healthy cooking recipe. This may not be a recipe that can be easily modified into a healthy cooking recipe. However, cooking it another way can be just as satisfying.
If you enjoy fried chicken tenders, try grilling them instead. When grilled, the chicken retains more flavor and more of the essential nutrients and vitamins found in it. In addition, grilling does not add any unhealthy fats or salts to the recipe.
If you still do not feel comfortable that you have a healthy cooking recipe for your favorite dish, you can always take a healthy cooking class. These classes will teach you exactly what to do to change your favorite recipes into healthy cooking recipes, as well as teach you various methods of healthy cooking and healthy meal choices.
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