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Stamppot: the light version

  1. As soon as autumn shows its best - or worst - side, we also eat heavier dishes more often. Stew, kale or sauerkraut. Tasty stews, but quite high in calories. And preferably you also go through the winter slim.

  1. When it gets colder we choose massive stews. That's how we are programmed: winter food provides more calories that you can use well in winter to stay on temperature. Our bodies used to need that much more than now. However, that does not mean that you should ignore the fall and winter products now. But it could be a bit slimmer!

Lots of vegetables

  1. With a stew recipe you often do not get the recommended 250 grams of vegetables per person. You eat a lot more potatoes in proportion. By increasing the amount of vegetables in your stew, you automatically eat more vegetables and fewer carbohydrates. Also try to vary: a spinach stew is delicious with (sun-dried) tomato or bell pepper, for example. Fruit (apple or pineapple) gives a stew that little bit extra.

Slim puree

  1. Mashed potatoes are often prepared with a lot of (cream) butter and milk and are therefore very high in calories. You don't need to add that much butter and milk at all. A small lump of margarine is usually sufficient. You can also make the puree creamy with a leftover cooking liquid. That is especially nice if you cook the potatoes in stock. With mustard or red wine vinegar you can also create a very tasty puree.

Lean meat

  1. Many people consider a good piece of meat to go with a solid plate of stew. Many prefer a meatball, bacon (lap) or smoked sausage. Not the most healthy of options. If you're going for a meatball, opt for ground beef or tartare. A good alternative to bacon by the stamp are ham cubes. Smoked chicken breast is an even leaner choice. If your stew really cannot do without smoked sausage, it is best to opt for a lean one.

Smart gravy

  1. What could be better than filling a hole in the center of your stew with a good gravy? Unfortunately, the gravy made from fat from fatty meat contains quite a lot of calories. A pack is usually a healthier choice. There are also lean varieties, but that has to be your taste. If you do want to make your own gravy, add water to the leftover butter in the pan. With some extra herbs or, for example, soy sauce, you can flavor the gravy even more. Do you prefer a thicker gravy? Then potato starch offers a solution.

  2. What could be better than filling a hole in the center of your stew with a good gravy? Unfortunately, the gravy made from fat from fatty meat contains quite a few calories. A pack is usually a healthier choice. There are also lean varieties, but that has to be your taste. If you do want to make your own gravy, add water to the leftover butter in the pan. With some extra herbs or, for example, soy sauce, you can flavor the gravy even more. Do you prefer a thicker gravy? Then potato starch offers a solution.



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