I have always said I would always attempt a curry recipe! I needed a bit of inspiration so I did a bit of research and thought I would give it a go! It turned out pretty good that I just had to share it!!!
You will need:
When plating up use about 100g cooked weight rice along with some of the naan bread, plate up some spinach or your fave veggies then add on x2-3 chicken drumsticks onto the rice with the sauce and dig in.
Step 1- Wash your chicken drumsticks, to take off some of the white and then pop them into a bowl.
From here use your chilli powder, curry powder, salt and pepper to season up the chicken drumsticks. Mix it really well by using your hands. Wash your hands and set aside.
Step 2- Once your chicken drumsticks have been seasoned, chop up your red onion into small cubes. From here you are going to spray some fry light into your slow cooker, I always do this as I don't like any of my food to be oily. Add the chicken drumsticks to the slow cooker along with the onion, then grab all the other ingredients that need to go in.
Step 3- Then you need to add all your other ingredients, start with the coconut milk, then your mango chutney and add all your other seasonings on top. From here add in the garam masala and the Mr.Naga too!
Step 4- Mix it all up and give it a really good stir!!! Once you have done that place the lid on and turn on your slow cooker. I put it on low for 6 hours but it's up to you what you decide to do, when chicken drumsticks are cooked on a lower heat it's better because the chicken becomes more tender and falls off the bone!
Step 5- You may want to give the curry a stir every few hours, but if you aren't home it will be fine even if you don't stir it. In the last 10 mins you will want to prepare your rice and then in the last 5 mins get your naan bread prepared, you can put in the oven or the ninja for 4-5 mins dependant on instructions!
Step 6- I hope you enjoy this one if you give it a go! If you don't have a slow cooker I do highly recommend you get one especially if you are a busy parent or lack time to prepare meals. A slow cooker does all the hard work all you have to do is chuck all the ingredients in and dig in after a long hard day!
When plating up use about 100g cooked weight rice along with some of the naan bread about 1/4 piece size, plate up some spinach or your fave veggies then add on x2-3 chicken drumsticks onto the rice with the sauce and dig in.
I thought it would be good to do a blog on this as I know when we embark on a health journey it can be a challenging time during the festive period especially when you are on a health, weight loss or transformation journey. Society has encouraged alot of us that binge eating during this time is the norm but just because society encourages us it doesn't mean we should, it is all about doing what feels right for you.
For me it has always made total and complete sense over the christmas and new year period! Here is why & my top tips and advice along the way....
Why its still good to train between Christmas and New year time
For me when it comes to this sort of time it can be so easy to lose motivation! I've found in my experience speaking with clients between Christmas and New Year tends to be when their motivation will dip the most. Therefore I would encourage anyone including my clients and myself that are on a journey to train during the festive period! Christmas has come and gone but with the new year about to begin there is nothing like setting yourself up with a couple of workouts so you feel good and can get your 2023 kickstarted! I also like to squeeze in a few workouts in the lead up to Xmas too as it really helps me mentally & physically!
How I stay motivated over Christmas .....
For me whether it's a holiday, birthday or even Christmas I really find that making a schedule really helps. Being consistent with a schedule and routine is what makes you stick at something not motivation. I do not change my schedule during this time and by doing so I regularly workout which keeps me focused and feeling good during the holidays, because let's be honest there may be a few days where you eat just that little bit more than normal. Which is completely fine btw ;)
Why you shouldn't aim to diet or restrict yourself over Christmas...
Where people always seem to go wrong is they try to stupidly diet for a whole month and then on Christmas day then end up going totally overboard. A way to prevent going overboard can be just simply do every day as a normal eating day even on Christmas day. Even if you had a little more on Christmas day that doesn't mean you should go back to a restrictive diet or starve yourself by not eating for the next day or days. Do everything as you normally would, enjoy a little extra but keep your structure the same.
Why you should steer clear from the scales...
Yes it's best to stay away from the scale as this can set you back and make you feel guilty especially if you are a few pounds up. Don't worry if you are a few pounds up, it'll drop back off once you resume your normal eating and training routine. It's no secret that when we indulge a little we sometimes feel guilty..
Don't worry this is a normal feeling but something that can help you is by telling yourself & normalising how one day isn't going to be the source of your weight gain. Therefore having some extra foods, drink and calories is not going to damage all your progress that you've been working hard on during this year!
How to enjoy your Christmas and New Year as a balanced lifestyle...
Remember training is a part of your lifestyle that keeps you healthy mentally and physically. Putting healthy nutritious foods into your body also plays a role in how you feel mentally and physically.
With this in mind try to keep a balanced approach when it comes to those healthy food choices along with the ones that may not have as many nutrient benefits but are always gonna be OK from time to time. Alcohol can also cause us to chase the buzz, reduce endorphin release and can cause mental health issues when consumed in high quantities. With this in mind, go easy and don't go crazy, having a few is a much more sensible way to keep an enjoyable balance!
Why Christmas day & New Years won't ruin your progress...
As I said before it's important you rationalise and normalise that one day such as Christmas Day and New Years Eve or New Years Day isn't going to detrimentally affect your progress made. Whether you've been training for 3 months, 6 months or a year + all the progress you have made can't simply be undone in one day, always remember this! Don't get caught up in overindulgence for 2-3 weeks as this will begin to make an unhealthy impact in not only how you feel but also your willingness to get back to training. At this point it will start to catch up with you because as we know weight gain does always happen over time within our lifestyle habits and behaviours.
All in all when it comes to special times and events it really is everything in moderation. We work hard all year round to enjoy these special moments just like holidays and birthdays etc. Please dont feel guilt at this time of year and go enjoy yourself!
I do not believe in restriction or dieting methods around this period because its very unnecessary!!! If I don't do it then I certainly don't want client's doing it or anyone who is trying to create a healthy balanced lifestyle for themselves! A healthy lifestyle really is all about balance & moderation that doesn't leave you restricted, starved or suffering. So if you are eating some chocolate, having some cake, enjoying a few drinks, and having those few extra calories enjoy it! This isn't going to be detrimental to the progress you've already made!
I hope anyone reading this blog has found it useful and you all enjoy your Christmas break & New Year!!
Love Zo x x
Growing up Lasagna was also another one of my favourites! In my opinion there is nothing better than a homemade Lasagna! Let's be honest restaurant ones do suck!!!
Since I moved into my house I have been able to explore much more with cooking and put my own little twist on things! After attempting this 3 or 4 times, only now am I ready to share how I do it, as it can take a few goes to get it just right!
One thing that used to bug me was the lasagna sheets on top they would either be too hard, too crispy and just not taste right! I even tried soaking them before cooking but in the end I gave up with this!
Top tip: What I do now is layer the mince right on top and top it off with cheese instead! I highly recommend doing it this way for better results and taste!
You will need:
Fry light cooking spray
Seasoning; I used Salt, Pepper, Italian Herbs, Paprika, Chilli powder and Garlic.
x1 Dolmio Jar Tomato Bolognese/Onion/Garlic or you can make your own sauce
x1 Dolmio Jar Cream Sauce or you can make your own
x1 Red Onion chopped
500g-1kg 5% fat beef mince or you can use vegan/vegetarian mince (season the day before if you can)
2 handfuls of frozen veg (be generous)
1-2 slices of garlic bread or you can make a flatbread and cut yourself a little 1/4 for serving
1 rectangle glass baking dish
1 cooking dish
1 tbsp Mr.Naga
Few dashes of Worcester Sauce
1 beef stock cube
1-5 tsp tomato puree
Spinach or your favourite salad/veggies covering 1/2 plate
1/4 serving of garlic bread or 1 slice
Portion up a square serving of the lasagna you may need a knife to make a precision cut and then use a flat utensil to dig it out and plate it up & enjoy!
Step 1- Add your frozen veggies to the dish and spray with fry light do this for about 5-7 mins. From here add your mince and cook until brown. From here add in the chopped red onion and cook for another 5-7 mins on a medium heat. Try to cover the dish with a lid if you can as it locks in the heat better!
Step 2- Once this is done lay out your glass baking dish and open the tomato jar sauce. Using a spoon use a small spoonful and spread this onto the bottom of the dish, from here you are then going to cover that sauce with 3 lasagna sheets. (Refer to diagram below picture 4)
Step 3- Next open the Dolmio cream jar and you are going to layer a little bit over the top of the lasagna sheets. (Refer to diagram below picture 5)
Step 4- Going back to the mince mixture make sure you now add the rest of all the tomato sauce, the stock cube, tomato puree, Worcester sauce, mr naga and a dash seasoning of Italian herbs. Stir and leave to simmer for 5-7 mins. Then remove the lid and allow the mixture to absorb some air for 5-10 mins.
Step 5- Going back to your glass baking dish you are now going to add some of the mince mixture on top of the cream coated lasagna sheets. From this stage you are going to start creating the layers. It goes mince, lasagna sheets, cream, mince, lasagna sheets, cream and keep going until you reach the top; the last layer should be the mince. (Refer to diagram below picture 8)
Step 6- Once the final layer is the mince, grab out your mozzarella and you are going to coat this all over the mince layer for the top of the lasagna. You can use other cheese if you prefer but mozzarella is my fave which is why I use it! (see diagram below picture 9)
Step 7- Pop your lasagna in the oven and set the temp to 180 for 10 mins. After 15 mins turn it back down to 160 and leave for 20 mins. (This will prevent the cheese from burning too much!) 10-15 mins before your lasagna is done you will need to pop the garlic bread in too (follow instructions for garlic bread on the back of the packaging).
Step 8- Once your lasagna is done take it out the oven and let it sit for 5 mins or so. Get your veggies and fave salad ready and pop this onto your plate. From here cut a 1/4 portion the size of your fist from the dish and plate up! Add a mini slice of garlic bread and enjoy!!!!
This one is super tasty and trust me when I say it is something I make on a weekly basis!!!!
By batch cooking this you can get a good 3-4 meals out of this!!! You're welcome!!! :)
It's not one to be missed and it's such a tasty comfort food! Who doesn't love a good Shepherd's Pie in the Autumn & Winter seasons!
You will need:
1 cooking dish & lid
1 large glass dish for the pie
1 mixing bowl
Fry light oil
500g-1 kg of mince; try to season night before for best flavour
1 large onion finely chopped; to prevent soreness to eyes rinse under water and de skin in the sink
x2-3 garlic gloves or you can use garlic powder which is slightly easier time wise
8-10 White potatoes, peeled, chopped and soaked in water the night before
Seasonings of your choice I used; oregano, italian herbs, salt & pepper, chilli powder
1 tbsp Mr Naga if you like it to have a kick and extra spice
1 beef stock cube
5-6 dashes of Worcester Sauce
Frozen veg x2-3 handfuls
1 spoonful of butter, sprinkle of salt & pepper into a bowl just before you mash the potatoes
40-50g Mozzarella Cheese
Step 1- Wash the potatoes, peel and soak them in water the night before. On the next day you will find the potatoes will be softer and easier to chop into smaller pieces. Make sure you chop your onion into finely diced pieces and try to season the meat the night before too! Pop the potatoes on a high heat and leave to boil for 35-45 mins (this is always the time consuming part but so worth it!)
Step 2- Start to create your mince mix you are going to add your x3 handfuls of veggies into the cooking dish, leave for 3-5 mins and then add your onions and garlic. Leave this for another few minutes and then you are going to add your mince on a medium-high heat and brown for 5-10 mins.
Step 3- Once your mince has been browned add your mr naga if you want extra spice, then the stock cube, dashes of Worcester sauce, mix and leave to simmer for 5-8 mins with the lid on. From here stir again, lift the lid and allow the mixture to air out for 5-8 mins and then from here you are going to add the mixture into your baking dish as shown below. Leave the mince to slightly cool in the dish.
Step 4- Once the mince is cooling, check on your potatoes and make sure they are soft.
Get your mixing bowl ready with 1 tsp of butter, sprinkling of salt & pepper as you are going to add the potatoes to this once they are ready. You want the potatoes to be as soft as possible as this will make it easier to mash them up but also this will prevent the potato from being too lumpy. Drain the potatoes in the colander and then transfer to the bowl.
Step 5- Once your potatoes are drained start by adding small spoonfuls of the potatoes to the mixing bowl and grab your masher. My potato masher from Sainsbury's is by far one of the best things I have bought it is super bouncy and allows a very flexible movement which is great for potato mashing! Keep going until you have no potatoes left and spend a good 5 or so minutes just making sure you have mashed as much as you can to prevent lumps. Some may argue you should add milk to your potatoes but I don't do this as I prefer a potatoes and butter combo but again it's personal preference!
Step 6- This part is the hard part but once you do it a few times you get used to it! With your mashed potato try to do spoonfuls with a normal spoon and try to dollop it all over the mince. You will need to do this gradually one dollop at a time. With the spoonfuls you are just simply trying to cover the mince. Don't drag the spoon until all your spoonfuls are covering the mince mixture! Then once all of the meat is covered in potato you can then take the soft side of your spoon and begin to smooth out the mash on top. Once you've got it all flat & smooth you then can take a fork and drag it in horizontal lines. Then take the fork the whole way round to do the edges.
Step 7- Place in the oven at 180 degrees and leave for 25-30 mins. About 10-15mins before the end you can add your cheese. I always try to stay between 30-50g mozzarella because we still want to be mindful about calories. To plate up you are going to add some of your favourite vegetables and then cut a small 1/4 about the size of your fist and dig in!
Ever since I was a kid I used to love a roast dinner, as tradition every Sunday my dad would cook up a banging roast! Since then roast dinner has always been a huge favourite of mine, so I have decided to start sharing my homemade roast chicken dinner with you all!
This one is super tasty, takes a little bit more prep time and cooking time but trust me the end result is incredibly worth it! For best flavour and results I recommend you marinate the chicken overnight the day before you cook it! The only tricky thing is cutting up the chicken once it's cooked but I will attach a recommended Youtube video I used which worked wonders! There was little wastage and plenty of chicken to eat so I was super happy!
Seasoning; I used Salt, Pepper, Paprika, Piri-piri, Chilli Powder and Oregano.
Small bowl, x4 garlic mince gloves, 2 tablespoons of butter and dash of parsley to make the garlic butter.
x2 Yorkshire Puddings per person
Frozen Veggies to add to your plate for serving.
Bisto Gravy to go on top; I used 2 heaps and 200ml boiled kettle water, mix it up and it's ready to add on top! I always do a little drizzle as the flavour is so good you won't even need gravy so the gravy is optional!
x1 baby roast chicken (I was only cooking for 2 people, if it's for a bigger family you may want to buy 2 or a large one.
You will need an oven or a ninja to cook the chicken, I do recommend the ninja as it will come out juicer and more succulent.
Step 1- Line your baking tray with foil. Chop up the lemon and slice it up then place the slices on the baking tray and get out the chicken. From here place the chicken on top of the lemon and add a few slices inside, this will alleviate smell while the chicken is cooking later on.
Step 2- (pulling back the skin of the chicken) You will need a big spoon for this. Turn the spoon over and begin to push your spoon upwards as you go under the skin on the top of the chicken. It takes a little practice but try to do it delicately and go as far as you can. This is so you can apply the garlic butter under the chicken skin.
Step 3- In a bowl add your four gloves of minced garlic, and 2 generous spoonfuls of butter. Stir this up in a bowl and mix well, then add a dash of parsley and mix again! Who knew garlic butter was this easy to make?! It blew my mind and it is super tasty! Using a small teaspoon start to rub the garlic butter all over the top of the chicken where you have pulled back the skin. Use it all up and coat over the chicken and even inside if you have some spare! Pull the chicken skin back over and then you are ready to get going with your seasoning!
Step 4- Add your seasonings! I normally use salt, pepper, oregano, chilli powder, paprika and piri-piri seasonings! I always find these to be the best on chicken for flavour but it is personal preference on what you want to use! Then I cover this over with foil and I allow the chicken to marinate overnight or for at least 12 hours.
Step 5- The next day take out your chicken at least 1 hour before you cook it. From here spray fry light onto the chicken and into the ninja. You can keep it on the foil if it's going in the oven but make sure you spray fry light onto the foil so it doesn't stick. If it is going in the ninja take it out of the foil and place it inside. I used the roast setting and cooked this for at least 50 mins.
Step 6- Make sure you check on the chicken regularly if it looks like it's starting to chargrill on the top just add more fry light to lock in moisture. Once your chicken is done and cooked take it out and place it on the chopping board. The hardest part is cutting up the roast chicken, so I headed to youtube to find one that could explain it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3OvdvgMKs8
Step 7- Before you start to cut up your chicken, get your Yorkshire's in the ninja or oven and prepare your salad and vegetables! If you want gravy you will need to prepare this too! Cut up your chicken and then it's ready to serve. I always portion up about a fist size portion of chicken, x2 yorkshires and half a plate of salad and veggies!
I hope you love this one and please let me know in the comments if you give it a go!
Thanks for reading my food blog today!
My delicious homemade meatball recipe!
It is slightly higher on the calorie end but is still a great meal you can whip up for the family!
You just have to try this!
Fry light spray
Pan for the spaghetti
Dolmio original sauce or you can make your own
Lamb/Beef Mince 500g-1kg depending on how many you want to make (lamb or beef work really well)
Breadcrumbs (I used Paxo ones)
30g/small sprinkling of mozzarella cheese
Seasonings; I used Salt, Pepper, Oregano, Chilli Powder, Piri Piri & Italian Herbs
4-5 Garlic cloves
1-2 onions diced (you want them to be fairly small)
Frozen mixed veg
Mr Naga; for those of you that like spicy goodness ;)
Spaghetti (If batch cooking to handfuls if only using 500g mince then a good handful will be plenty of spaghetti)
Step 1- Add your mince to a bowl then add your seasonings and give it a stir! Chop up your onion nice & fine and add 4-5 minced or chopped finely garlic cloves!
Step 2- From here add a small glass/100ml milk, the egg and breadcrumbs to the mixture! Then give this all another mix up, for this part you may want to use your hands to make sure it is completely covered and everything is mixed in well!
Step 3- From here lay out a tray with some foil, give it a little spray with fry light so they don't stick! Using a teaspoon, spoon p some of the mixture and using your hands roll the mixture into little balls! Line on the tray and keep going until you've used up all the mixture!
Step 4- Preheat your oven to 200 degrees celsius, and place the meatballs in there for 20 minutes.
Step 5- Start to make your sauce. You will need to grab the Worcester sauce, mr naga, dolmio and tomato puree; leave these close by. Add in a generous handful of frozen veg and spray the dish with fry light, the veg will need about 5-7 mins. When it's been 20 minutes take the meatballs out of the oven, then add them to your cooking dish.
Step 6- While that's going and has 10 mins left get your spaghetti ready. Boil the kettle, add the water to the pan and pop the spaghetti on. For al dente you will only want to cook the spaghetti for 10 mins. Then add your Dolmio to the cooking dish and make sure the heat is on a low simmer. Then add the Worcester sauce just a dash of it, then add couple of teaspoons of the tomato puree and a spoonful of mr naga.
Step 7- Once that's been simmering for 10 mins add your spaghetti the cooking dish once drained. From here stir and give it a good mix. Leave to simmer for another 5 mins and then it's ready to plate up!
Step 8- When plating use a base of spinach or kale on your plate. Then top with the mixture, bit of spaghetti & sauce with 3-4 meatballs. For a finishing touch you can add a small sprinkling of mozzarella cheese on top!
If you give it a go please drop me a comment below and I would love to have your feedback on this recipe!
It's crazy when I think back to where I started as a coach 5 years ago, and I am so grateful that I have always had the opportunity to grow & develop not only my skills & knowledge but also as a person.
When I first started as a coach I knew the difference and impact I wanted to make and that it had to be life changing for people! I have invested thousands in my education & growth to learn from others that are the best in the business! This is what has enabled me to grow in confidence, knowledge and skill in order to get the best results for my clients.
I didn't want them to just simply achieve weight loss with me, but to completely transform their lives through healthier living.
At ZLR Fitness we want to be known for not only our life-changing transformations but how we transform client's lives through what they achieve, and have overcome through working with us.
We have made it our passion and mission to help everyone build a healthy, strong mind & body!
We want all client's to know where they are heading exactly from where they start to where they want to be. The outcome helps client's to stay really focused and determined, because if you know where you are heading you will stick at it.
That being said, client's that come on board must know their reason why and it can't just be 'to lose weight'. Your reasons why you want to change have to be deep; thinking more about how do you want to feel, what impact could this make to your life, what do you need to overcome, where do your battles lie, why now etc. It has to be more thought provoking and deeper stuff because when you dive into that you can make your reason for why you are starting a journey very strong.
At ZLR Fitness we want every client to achieve what they never thought was possible! Some clients have initial goals of maybe even 2 stone but don't believe they can get there, so when I had a client drop 5.5 stone in one year she couldn't quite believe it! This goes without saying, but numbers shouldn't be your sole focus but it is a great target for health markers. Improving your health is just as important as feeling happy & confident within your body! When you feel good in your mind & body that is then reflected into your daily life, relationships, friendships, conversations you have with yourself etc.
If you want to become the best version of yourself but doubt you can achieve it then you need a coach in your corner to help you. There is no problem or struggle that you can have that is too big to fix, I guarantee I can help you overcome anything.
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So to all my clients out there I am so proud of you all! To anyone who is reading this thinking about starting a journey or working with me the only thing you will regret is not starting sooner!
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Welcome to ZLR Fitness!
I am Zoe the founder of ZLR Fitness! Having gone through many transitional periods of weight loss and weight gain in my life; I became a coach to prevent women making the same mistakes I did and to learn how to do it in a safe, healthy & maintainable way!
I have now worked as a female coach for just over 5 years and have built a brand called The ZLR Warriors that helps women to specifically drop body fat along with leading a healthier lifestyle; enabling women to become more confident & happy!
Let me take you back and a give you a bit more of a background about me!
I was somebody who struggled with the number I saw on the scales every week, I always got frustrated when I didn’t see the weight coming off, then began attaching my self-worth as a person to the number on the scales which made me feel s**t about myself!
When I first started going to the gym it was scary! I felt so intimidated, it was the unknown and the fear of judgement was all I could think about! So many women feel like this, and I can totally relate! It is scary but once you overcome it my goodness you really start making consistent progress! Many of my clients have realised once they are in there; no one is judging them or even looking at them but in fact everyone is there to work on themselves!
Helping women overcome this problem has been a huge highlight for me as a female coach especially as I am working in a very male dominated industry! When I see my clients & women in the gym going for it, I feel so proud and empowered!
My lightbulb moment was the turning point for me, I was out shopping and about to try on the biggest pair of jeans I’d ever picked up in my life! This made me so upset to think I had allowed myself to get to this, during this time I didn’t exercise much and I was leading an unhealthy lifestyle. I joined the gym and took the plunge!
I was going to classes at the gym as I was too afraid to venture on the gym floor, but due to this I was in constant frustration with seeing no change in my body shape, so I knew it was time! I knew I couldn’t hide in the fitness classes forever, I had to get on the gym floor!
Let me tell you this, I am so glad that I did!
After years of doing the wrong things with no change to my shape, I couldn’t believe the changes I started to see in my shape once I started lifting weights in the gym! I realised how much more toned & defined I became, how much stronger my body got which in turn enabled me to feel so empowered and fall in love with my body!
Now, I am here doing the same for all my ladies on The ZLR Warriors team!
Over the years and working as a coach I have realised it isn’t solely about the weight you lose because, you will always be searching for happiness if it’s only a number on the scale that you find your happiness or self-worth in.
As a coach, I have worked with many women who have struggled with their mindset, behaviours, and weight gain for years! I am so proud to say that when my client’s do come to me, they find a newfound confidence they never had before, finally loving what they see in the mirror, along with losing the unwanted body fat that has affected their self-confidence and self-esteem for years!
At the end of the day, all us ladies want is to feel toned, have definition in our shapes but also love what we see in the mirror staring back at us! But, you need the right education, accountability and support in order to see the results!
Most women, when they first come to me can’t even bare looking in the mirror let alone having a picture taken. I get it because I have been where you are!
Somewhere along the way through the hecticness of life we forget to take care of ourselves, making our health a priority which in turn leaves you feeling unhealthy, overweight, and unhappy. Why can I say this? Because this is where I was 12 years ago!
As a result, your health is declining, and yet we are willing to just accept that this is my body now! Well, no I don’t want this for any woman! In fact, I want all women to feel empowered, get stronger, improve their health, self-confidence and be able to love themselves fully with no inhibitions!
For me as a coach it is my job and my duty to any client to help them overcome any problems they face or are currently having. As far as I’m concerned there is no problem to big that we can’t fix together!
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