Celery with spicy sauce and veggie crumble chips

Preparation 10 min

Total 10 min + 2 hours to wait

Gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy- free

This recipe is perfect for any weight loss program.Using celery as major ingredient and avocado to make the sauce is working for anybody having diabetes II and or a cardiovascular issue.

Using celery as major ingredient and avocado to make the sauce is working for anybody having diabetes II and or a cardiovascular issue.

A large bowl of 2 cups is only 235 calories with a maximum of healthy nutrients.

Celery and Avocado are combining their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients to make this recipe a food medicine.

Multi shades of greens to keep you healthy

Ingredients:

1 celery heart with green leaves

½ ripe avocado

1 cup cilantro finely chopped

2 tsp of fresh minced ginger

1 tsp minced shallots

2 tsp white vinegar”

1 tsp soy sauce

1 lime juice

¼ cup water

1 cup veggies chips

optional

dried raisins

nuts

Wasabi sesame seeds or peas

Directions ;

Prepare the sauce:

Mix all the other elements in a mini food processor. Pour in a glass jar airtight for 1-2 hours.

Shred celery thinly, take them in a bowl, add the sauce, mix, close with a plastic film.

Wait 1-2 hours in a fresh place to let the ingredients combine their different aromas. Broke the chips by pressing them in a bag.

Serve the celery in bowls with broken chips on the top and few wasabi seeds or peas.

Nutrition: 3 cups will be about 345 cal

1 serving cup is 115 cal. and a large 2 cups size 230 cal.

Associating Celery and Avocado is a real heart treatment.

Celery is an excellent source of vitamin K and molybdenum. It is a very good source of folate, potassium, dietary fiber, manganese and pantothenic acid. Celery is also a good source of vitamin B2, copper, vitamin C, vitamin B6, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin A in the form of carotenoids.

Avocados contain an amazing array of phytonutrients: Phytosterols, carotenoids, flavonoids, and polyhydroxylated fatty alcohols. Alpha-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid) and oleic acid are the avocado’s fats.

Avocados are rich in CoQ10 and a good source of pantothenic acid, dietary fiber, vitamin K, copper, folate, vitamin B6, potassium, vitamin E, and vitamin C.

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