You just got married and you didn’t know how to steam potatoes? Now, you’re in the panic mode, thinking your husband would hate you for not being able to cook his favorite whole food snack.
Or maybe you are a busy mom looking for healthy snacks for your pre-school kids, instead of them downing a calorie-and-sugar-dense slice of chocolate cake or a pack of Pretzels?
Perhaps, you’re a healthy eater that forgoes oily food in your diet, which is why you prefer steamed over baked or fried potatoes? Well then, yes, you don’t have to ruin your diet plan with those unhealthy stuffs. Here’s a refreshing recipe to cook in 30 minutes or less.
I’ve been on a healthy eating plan, too. In the recent months, I’ve been skipping processed, and refined foods, white pasta, sausages and French fries included. But duh, I don’t want the bland stuff, too, which is why I try to combine the adjectives “healthy” and “tasty” in my food selection.
Today, I wanted to share a healthy snack alternative—steamed potatoes. Let me tell you that potatoes (per serving of 78 g) contain only 68 calories (only 1 from fat), and 1 gram of dietary fiber and 1 gram of sugar.
What’s good? The food is low in saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol and it is a rich source of Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C (17%)….