Who doesn’t like pasta? Almost all people around the world like pasta. Some people use pasta for diet. Pasta can be an excellent addition to a healthy diet. Even pasta is make our stomach full, but glycemic level in pasta is lower than rice. So you still can lose weight when you use pasta as rice substitutes. You may use wheat pasta to make it lower calories. If you have allergic with wheat, white pasta still can be the option. You just need to add more vegetables and lean protein such as fish, meat, or chicken. Also, don’t use sugar and salt, you may low calories spices such as mushroom broth powder and oregano. These are 4 recommendation pasta dish for you try at home:
This food used fettuccine as pasta. It is low fat because the ingredients used are low calories ingredients such as low fat milk, unsalted butter, and lemon zest. Those dairy low fat choices will make the pasta tastier but not gaining weight. But remember, adjust the right portion. If you eat huge amount of pasta, it will causing high calories consumption.
02.Spaghetti With Spinach Sauce
This spaghetti is used spinach as the sauce. Spinach contains iron, vitamins A and C. Spinach is loaded with not only nutrients, but it’s also rich in antioxidants. Pasta also make your stomach fuller. This dish is not only filling up your stomach but also full of nutrients.
Usually, avocado is make as juice and other beverages. But this time, we use avocado as the sauce of pasta. This sauce is rich but totally virtuous nutrients, and the whole meal takes just 30 minutes to prepare. Crush avocado and add some spices into it. After that, boiled pasta can be poured with avocado sauce.
Last is chicken spaghetti. This kind of menu is commonly found in restaurants. But this time, we make it as low fat pasta. The ingredients used are low calories such as fat free cream of mushroom soup and lean chicken. If you are chicken lovers, you may try this dish at home.
Using pasta as the rice substitutes is good. But you have to still measure the right portion for diet. Pasta is made from flour or wheat. To make pasta-based meals healthier, people should avoid rich, creamy sauces and high-calorie accompaniments and add more vegetables and lean proteins.