When it comes to the world of healthy eating, less is more. The pandemic demonstrated the impact of home-cooked, portion-controlled meals on weight growth. It's still crucial to stick to the healthy eating routine you've been following. Don't compromise on good eating habits even when you are venturing out. Here are some tips to help you make your dabba slim, lean, and hassle-free. Simply prepare wholesome, hearty salads with only three ingredients. Here are some suggestions about what to prepare.

MONDAY- Green beans with peanuts and tofu

Make a delicious green bean salad with chunky tofu bits and a peanut dressing. All you need to do for this is cook the green beans, combine them with the cubed tofu, and then add the prepared sweet-chilli dip or a peanut-chilli dressing made with lime sugar and red pepper flakes.

TUESDAY- Watermelon and feta basil

This is a summer essential that is also a great office snack. The watermelon only has to be sliced up into cubes. Basil leaves and feta cheese crumbled into it. Add some lime juice if you'd like. Enjoy!

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WEDNESDAY- Arugula parmesan with sea salt

Here is yet another delectable concoction. Arugula is a peppery, spicy green that makes a delicious salsa fix. Add some grated parmesan cheese. Sea salt can be used for flavour. You may also use honey in place of the sea salt in this recipe to change up the flavour.

THURSDAY- Kale with plums and sunflower seeds

There are several reasons to eat crunchy kale at work. It is a superfood. Making this easy three-ingredient salad is simple. Chop the kale leaves and mix in the sunflower seeds (you can also use slivered almonds or flax seeds). The final step is to stir in diced plums. If you'd like, salt and honey are optional.
FRIDAY- Roast broccoli, pumpkin and noodles
This hearty, vegan salad delightfully satisfies hunger. It is prepared by cutting the broccoli into florets and sautéing it for five minutes with salt and freshly ground pepper. Roast the pumpkin in the same pan and set it aside. Prepare the noodles by cooking for 10 minutes in warm water. Drain. Combine the pumpkin and roasted broccoli.

SATURDAY- Red cabbage salad with peas and carrot

Red cabbage, which is full of nutrients, must also make it into your lunchbox. It is raw, colourful, and nutritious. To make this, shred the carrot and thinly slice the red cabbage. Add boiled peas to your salad dressing. You could also add mustard to it.