Many Muslims are looking for ways to make healthy halal quick meals. Halal means permissible in Islamic law, so this section will be helpful for those who want to follow a halal diet. This section will provide some tips on how to make a healthy halal quick meal. It will also provide recipes and cooking instructions on how to cook these meals. This section will also provide a list of resources for those who need more information about healthy eating and cooking. Halal quick meals are convenient and can be made in just a few minutes. Healthy halal quick meals that contain meat will typically have red meat, beef, chicken, or fish as the main ingredient because these animals do not have any internal organs that Muslims are not allowed to eat. A few examples of healthy halal quick meals are Beef and brown rice pasta with roasted red pepper, asparagus, and basil pesto-Chicken breast with coconut milk and garlic paste -Salmon with brown rice and fresh thyme.
1) Steamed Vegetables: - Cut up your favorite vegetables into bite-sized pieces, place them in a steamer basket and steam them using the stovetop or an electric steamer. - You can add spices like turmeric, cumin, salt, or pepper to give them extra flavor!
2) Lentils: - Soak lentils overnight in water and then boil them with some salt until they are soft enough to eat. - Add any spices you like such as paprika, cumin, or cinnamon.- Lentils can also be used in salads and stir-fries to add protein.
3) Quinoa:- Cook quinoa in water by boiling it on the stovetop or using an electric steamer device.- Mix it with chopped vegetables and any spices you like such as curry powder, salt, or cumin.- Quinoa is great for gluten-free people because it's naturally gluten-free and contains fiber and protein.- You can make a side of quinoa with some vegetables, spices, and olive oil.
4) Black beans:- Soak black beans overnight in water and then boil them until they are soft enough to eat.- Black beans are a good source of protein, fiber, and iron.
5) Canned chickpeas:- Rinse the canned chickpeas and add them to any recipe.- Chickpeas are a good source of protein, fiber, folate, and potassium.
I always try to cook the fastest, not most time-consuming dishes at home and make sure it is healthy and has good taste.
—>Any vegetable you have in the house that can be replaced and prepared as below:
1. After washing the bok choy, cut them into sections.
2. Put it in the electric cooker, add a bowl of water to the outer pot and no water to the inner pot, and sprinkle some salt to taste.
3. Steam until the vegetables turn green and take out. (Because of the residual temperature, steam it until it turns green, or try it out!)
You can replace the bok choy with any vegetable you like, including iceberg lettuce, baby cabbage, spinach, and any green leaf vegetable.
—>Boiled halal chicken breast
1. Prepare 5% brine (260g water, 13g salt) and soak the chicken breast in the saltwater for 20 minutes.
2. Boil water, add sliced ginger and scallions, add chicken breast after the water boils, and cover and simmer for 25 minutes when the water boils again. (Actually depends on how thick your chicken breasts are, thin ones can shorten the time.)
3. Cut it into chicken shreds after the chicken breast is cooled.
Now to make it into a halal healthy meal we just need to add a little carb, it can be a few spoons of rice, one slice of pita bread with hummus, or a piece of steam bread.