Top 4 Easy Pescetarian Diet Meal Plan for Breakfast

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Have you decided to become a Pescetarian? As we know that doing a diet program is indeed quite difficult. But with a good, and varied menus could motivate you more.

Being a vegetarian and aware of the importance of a healthy living is one good choice. Because in addition to maintaining the health and improve your quality of life, diet programs are also often used by a lot of people to lose weight.

Then what is the correlation between Pescetarian and Vegetarians?

In a previous article, I reviewed what is a Pescetarian. In short, if you are a vegetarian and had a diet pattern with only consume vegetables and fruit, or coupled with the egg and milk, then this type of diet menu options also include other protein sources with a variation from aquatic life.

The source of this protein can come from fish, both saltwater fish or freshwater ones, or from mollusks such as oyster, and mussels. Seafood such as shrimp and crab also can you put into your menu. However, you should take note because the shrimp and crab contain a lot of cholesterol. The addition of eggs and dairy products can also be incorporated into your daily menu list.

I summarized a list of menus that you can try and apply to your diet.

This menu I pick the most widely cooked and easy to prep. No need to think hard to enjoy healthy eating habits. Please note, that the following menu just as the simple example and the variation of other menu is up to you.

1. Simple cheese omelet

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Simple cheese omelet – source

If you have cheeses and vegetable, you can cook eggs into omelets. A good omelet is not dry, but moist and creamy on the inside. Interested in making it? You can simply mix the egg with salt and pepper cook in Teflon and then add sliced tomato along with cheese.

Fold the omelet in half. We recommend that you cook the omelet before it gets browned and always use the small fire. Enjoy with whole bread toast so it will more tasty and nutritious.

Ingredients: eggs, tomatoes, olive oil, cheddar cheese.

2. Poached eggs

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Poached egg with muffin – source

Maybe poached eggs could be a variation of an egg that is suitable for breakfast. To make it look pretty and tasty, egg whites part must be cooked soft and the yolk still in liquid texture.

To make it, boil 1 liter of water, stir in 1 tablespoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt. Greased a big soup spoon with olive oil. Crack the eggs in the spoon, give a little bit of salt and pepper.

Dip the soup spoon into the water that already boiling, but does not let water get into the spoon. After the egg whites begin to ripen, dip a spoon into the water slowly. If the entire egg turns white, lift while the yolk is not yet hardened. Drain and serve while warm.

Ingredients: eggs, salt, pepper, vinegar, olive oil, water.

3. Sardines, tomato, and toast

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Sardines, tomato, and toast – source

The preparation is amazingly simple. Wash the tomatoes and slice them in half. Open the sardine can, drain the oil and collect the fish. Cut garlic into thin slices, pluck a little bit of thyme.

Gently heat a tablespoon of olive oil in a frying pan. Place the tomatoes on the cutting surface downwards. Burn slowly at low heat. Add garlic and plucked thyme. If the tomatoes have little flavor, you can add a pinch of sugar. In the meantime, cut and toasted a white bread.

As soon as the cutting surfaces of the tomatoes are browned, remove the pan from the heat. Allow the tomatoes to cool lukewarm and put the fish out of the can. The best way to do this is with your fingers and a fork.

Coarsely crush the soft tomatoes and season it with a teaspoon of pepper and salt. Set the tomatoes on a deep plate. Put the sardines on the lukewarm tomato beds. Decorate with thyme, sea salt flakes, and pepper. Those who like calories and olive oil, now have a splash of fresh extra virgin olive oil. Serve with crispy toast.

Ingredients: 1 can of Sardines, tomatoes, toasted bread, pepper, salt, olive oil.

4. Muffins with smoked salmon

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Muffin with smoked salmon – source

Muffins with smoked salmon can be prepared very well and simple. This is can also serve as breakfast.

In a first bowl mix the dry ingredients like flour, baking soda and a coated teaspoon of salt as well. In the second bowl mix egg, buttermilk, cottage cheese, finely chopped parsley and dill. Put some dill aside for decoration.

Add the flour and stir gently with the egg mixture until the flour is just moist. Do not mix, as otherwise an adhesive can develop that makes the muffins hard.

Pour dough into a greased muffin sheet. Fill the empty shapes with water. The water vapor makes the muffins nice and loose. Heat oven to 180 °.

Bake the sheet metal on the middle rail for about 25 minutes. Check with a wooden stick to make sure that no dough remains glued.

Briefly, place the sheet on a damp cloth to make the muffins easier to loosen from the mold. Allow it to cool on itself.

Cut off the lid, hollow out some dough from the lower part of the muffins and fill with fresh cheese. Smoked salmon to rosettes, as seen in the picture above, molds and put on the cheese.

Decorate muffins with smoked salmon with the set-aside dill. Put the lid back on the muffins and press gently.

Ingredients: (For up to 9 serving sizes) 300g wheat flour, 1tbsp of baking soda, 1 egg, 200g buttermilk, 150g cottage cheese, parsley, dill, 200g cream cheese, 100g smoked salmon, a pinch of salt and pepper.

And that is the top 4 recipes of pescetarian diet breakfast for you who want to try a variation of a vegan diet. With the right amount, eating fish have many benefits. Other menus you can merge with the daily menu of your usual consumption as a vegetarian. Hopefully, this can add your reference to a healthy lifestyle, and for your weight loss program.