Instant Meals Every Student Can Make In A Jiffy


Instant Meals Every Student Can Make In A Jiffy

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”9979″ img_size=”1920*1280″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

utrition plays a key role in the life of students, helping them perform well and stay active in class. However, students around the globe are consuming foods with high levels of saturated fats that are in reality obstructing their knack to learn.An international study revealed that more than 25% students around the world skipped breakfast, lunch, or dinner at least once a day. Research has also shown that 80% students use a snack on daily basis because of time-crunch. One thing that almost most students are missing, especially those living away from home, is having a proper meal that not only is full of flavors, but offers long-term nutrition as well. If you are a student with limited funds and time, damaging your health by eating ready foods only adds insult to injury. Students spend more than 6 hours a day in class and many studies have proven that right nutrition has a direct impact on academic grades.So don’t go playing with your health and academic performance just for convenience and get in the habit of preparing these fast, tasty, and affordable dishes next time you feel the hunger pangs knocking on your door.


Fish Fries

Eating fish once a week can increase your IQ by nearly five times. Among many foods that are high in protein, fish is the best source for not only protein but for omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D. So fish fries are a good option if you normally don’t have time to prepare your meal after having a long day at school, college or university. To make this healthy dish, you need to gently mix ½ kg of boneless fish cut in small pieces with 3 tablespoons of lemon juice, 1 tablespoon salt, ½ tablespoon of turmeric powder and ½ tablespoon of black pepper. Leave the fish for 30 minutes and deep fry it with a coat of beaten egg and bread crumbs. 


Flatbread Pizza

Although it takes bit of an effort to make, Flatbread Pizza is super-delicious deal for student who frequently run short on time. Flatbread pizzas can be made instantly with desired in season or in stock toppings. Buy flatbreads from your local grocery store. Mix red onion, olives, oil, and tomatoes. Season the mixture with oregano, salt and pepper and again blend well. Put the mixture on flatbread pieces cut in triangle shape and top each piece with cheese. Oven it until the cheese melts and enjoy your classic version cheesy pizza with chilly garlic sauce. 

Chicken Korma

With deep roots in sub continental foods, chicken korma is among typical dishes of the Mughal cuisine. To prepare this mouthwatering meal you don’t need a cupboard full of different spices. Mix half cup water, salt, ginger and garlic paste with vinegar. Put chicken pieces in the bowl and leave for 10 minutes. Put one cup cooking oil in pan and fry 500 grams of onions in it until they get brown. Grind brown onion and yogurt with cashew or almonds. Now put cooking oil, cinnamon and black pepper, ginger and garlic paste, mixture of (brown onion and yogurt with cashew or almonds), turmeric powder, table salt, green chili, and red chili powder in a cooking pot. Cook it for seven to ten minutes. Add chicken in the pot and let it simmer for minimum 15 minutes and your tasty chicken korma is ready to serve

Hummus Egg Mugs

This Middle Eastern dip is for you if you want a quick and appetizing dish after long hours of study. This healthy blend of chickpeas and olive oil is packed with wide variety of vitamins and minerals that are linked with many health benefits. To make this plant-based protein diet, mix Tahini and lemon juice in a food processor. Put the chickpeas in pot and cover them with boiling water for 50 minutes. Dry the chickpeas and cook them with baking soda in a pan for five minutes. After that simmer chickpeas for 45 minutes minimum after adding I cup of water. Now scoop away the loose chickpea skins and blend it well with garlic and mixture of tahini and lemon juice. Pop two eggs into a big mug and microwave it until the eggs are slightly scrambled then stir and again microwave it for 15 seconds on high. Stir your hummus on the top of the mug and enjoy your enchanting meal.