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One of the key things to making your detox program a success is ‘keeping it simple’. There’s nothing worse than trying to plan a complex meal every night while you’re going through a detox.

One of my favorite ‘go-to’ foods is Pumpkin. It’s super nutritious, healthy, and satisfying.

You will find a short description of three nights’ recipes from one pumpkin (or in my case 1/2 a large crown pumpkin) in this video, plus a short list of ingredients and my method can also be found below. This is not a hard and fast recipe but is designed to inspire your creativity. Have fun with this.

Side salad for 2-3 nights

  • Bag of salad greens, such as Mesculin, baby Spinach, or mixed Lettuce leaf
  • Bag of rough-cut coleslaw (I have used ranch slaw)
  • 1 Diced red Capsicum
  • 1 large grated Carrot
  • sliced pickled Onions or you could use Gherkins, red Onion

Use the biggest bowl you can find and combine these together. Over the next 2-3 nights as you serve this salad you can add things like Avocado, fried Mushrooms, Cucumber, fresh or sundried Tomatoes, and Olives.

Pumpkin Dinner – Night 1
Just serve the roasted Pumpkin with the salad and a diced Avocado, and drizzle with homemade dressing.

Pumpkin Dinner – Night 2
Just serve the roasted Pumpkin with the salad but this time add stir-fried Mushrooms and Garlic, and a diced Cucumber to the salad.

Pumpkin Dinner – Night 2
This time stir-fry some diced yellow Zucchini, Mushrooms, Broccoli, Onions, Garlic with some curry powder, and Turmeric. Fry, then cube the Pumpkin into 2-3cm cubes and mix with the other stir-fry at the last minute.

That’s 3 nights dinner made easy.

  

 

 

 

 

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