Your Favourite Recipe - The Start of the TR Cook Book


#1

After seeing a poster link to this recipe

https://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/life-changing-loaf-bread

which looks interesting, healthy and portable I thought I would start a thread for your favourite ‘go faster food’ recipe. Perhaps a quicker dinner, post training ride meal, a bulk cook-and-keep-as-ready-meal or perhaps your favorite portable recipe? I’m personally particularly interested in any portable snacks, either for riding and generally nutritious bites, so if anyone has any then great!


#2

Pressure Cooker Collard Greens (or kale, or whatever other greens you want to add)

Chop and saute 1 onion until translucent
Dice 3-4 cloves galric - add to onion for 30 seconds to release flavor
Transfer to pressure cooker
Add 16 oz of raw greens to pressure cooker
Add 2 teaspoons sugar
Add apple cider vinegar (several glugs)
Add 1 can chicken broth (or vegetable broth for the vegetarians)

Pressure cook 30 minutes


#3

I eat a version of this for breakfast 6 days a week:


My mods: I use dairy milk and I skip the almond butter.
I make the quantity x 3, divide it into 4 portions and refrigerate them. It’s like eating chocolate pudding for breakfast :smiley:


#4

Right, I started this blog 2 years ago:

I mostly wanted to have some good reference material for myself as I’m not great at noting down recipes. A bike crash and a surgery put a hard stop to my blogging attempt, but I did manage to achieve my weight and bf goals so the diet definitely worked. If I were to do this again I’d post more nutritional data and maybe actual recipes :).

But maybe it will help someone with inspiration - this was done during the winter cut phase, so the macros on most meals are 30% protein, 50% carbs, 20% fat.


#5

I’ve tried similar breads, and they taste nice and all, but have always been massively calorific compared to a normal loaf!