Glycemic Index Recipes – Possibilities For Dieting Endless!

96353902-205b-499a-b7ba-8929001a89f6Low Glycemic Index (GI) meals now have become easier to prepare. You only have to remember to reduce the sweetening contents and high GI foods while including more low GI foods in your recipes. With this, you can be sure that you are preparing nutritious foods.

We eat a lot – breakfast, lunch, dinner and sometimes we also have snacks. Good thing, there are numerous GI recipes you can prepare for such occasions. Just follow the steps in making them and you can enjoy eating healthy.

For breakfast, a GI recipe you can make is pancakes mixed with oatmeal. Just put together six eggs, a half cup of oatmeal, and sugar-free raspberry fruit spread. Cook both sides of the pancake for about 5 minutes each and serve. That’s so easy and palatable, right?

How about salad for lunch? This recipe is so healthy because raw vegetables have very low GI. Spin together fresh lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes and add some vinaigrette for a tasty salad meal.

The problem with dinner meals is that they usually include a lot of carbohydrates. You can work around that by substituting and creative imagination. Or you can try the following GI index recipe.

Fresh Onions and Pork Tenderloin


450g pork tenderloin, trimmed of fat

2 tsp chopped fresh rosemary

2tsp of veggie oil

¼ tsp of pepper

¼ tsp of salt

350 ml beef stock

2 thinly sliced large onions

1 tbsp of Worcestershire sauce

1 thinly sliced red pepper

2 cloves of chopped garlic

96353902-205b-499a-b7ba-8929001a89f6Cut the tenderloin at 1 inch medallion each. Sprinkle them with some pepper, rosemary and salt. Fry until brown over medium heat in a non-stick pan. Then set it aside in a plate.

Heat the pan again adding vegetable oil, and then cook the onions until they are almost golden. After 10 minutes when the onions become golden and soft, add the red pepper and garlic. Cook for 2 minutes more.

Put in the stock, remaining salt and pepper and Worcestershire sauce then bring to boil for five minutes or until it is reduced by half. You may then place the pork back to coat it with the sauce. Cook each side for 2 minutes then plate. Now you can enjoy a low GI meal.

Glycemic Index recipes are easy to find.  Just search the web and it will turn tons of results. Make sure that you download a lot of them, so that you will be covered for a whole day’s meal.

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