Thrifty Thursday: liven up your dinner with Iceland's new range

Thrifty Thursday: liven up your dinner with Iceland's new range


Posted 10th January by Peter Byrne

We're not even a third of the way through January yet, but already, it feels like the never-ending month

As we deal with the post-Christmas detox and face the struggles of sticking to our New Year's Resolutions, coming up with inspiring meal plans becomes something of a chore. So, taking this into account, the news that Iceland has introduced a new range of tasty, yet nutritious meals is a very welcome move.

The new range - Balancing Act - is made up of four dishes, each of which are full of vegetables and grains that draw on some of the tastiest flavours of India, Japan, the Mediterranean and the US - and they're available for a bargain £1.50 each.

The good news is that kicking our bad eating habits and meeting our vegetable targets doesn't mean we need to eat bland salads or face lacklustre dinners.

The ranges have been created to provide us with the right amount of protein and carbohydrates (ideal if you're concerned about hitting your macro goals) and blend flavours and spices too. They also come layered with fibre filled grains too.

The dishes, made with a careful balance of meat and colourful vegetables, comprise of four dishes - Cajun Prawns with Brown Rice & Quinoa, Indian Style Chicken with Cauli Rice, Japanese Miso Chicken with Rice and Mediterranean Chicken with Couscous.

The Balancing Act bowls are available to buy in store and online now.






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