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Lactose Intolerant? No Prob!

Lactose Intolerant? No Prob!

While adding dairy products to our meals could do wonders, there are people who are denied of pleasure of enjoying dishes with dairy. But, they do not need to be sad nor down because they could enjoy really good food without the dairy. Here are some of them and the recipes to come up with these delicious treats.

  • Strawberry Chicken Salad

This recipe is no cook, makes about four servings, and only needs seven short minutes of your time.

First, prepare the following ingredients: two tablespoons of olive oil, a tablespoon of vinegar, three-fourths pound of cooked chicken breast, two cups of quartered strawberries, a cup of watercress leaves, a one-eighth teaspoon each of salt and pepper.

The process is super simple and easy. In a medium bowl, just whisk together the olive oil and vinegar. Then, add the cooked chicken breast, strawberries, watercress leaves, and the salt and pepper. Toss gently. Viola! You now have your awesome Strawberry Chicken Salad.


  • Chilli-spiced Fish Tacos

This recipe is good for two servings and has a total time of eleven minutes where the four minutes goes to the preparation and the rest to cooking.

Prepare the following ingredients: five ounces of barramundi fillet, salt, pepper, cumin, chilli powder, a teaspoon of olive oil, two corn tortillas, a half cup of chopped tomatoes, a half cup of shredded green cabbage, a tablespoon of fresh cilantro, and a teaspoon of lime juice.

Season a five-ounce barramundi fillet with a pinch of salt, pepper, cumin, and chilli powder. Then, grill for five minutes. If you do not wish to grill your fillet, you may just sauté in a teaspoon of olive oil over medium heat. Flip and cook for two more minutes. Divide the fish between two warm corn tortillas. Serve with the chopped tomatoes, shredded green cabbage, fresh cilantro, and a squirt of lime.


  • Asparagus and Sugar Snap Toss

This recipe makes about eight servings. The total time you would need is twenty minutes where the first half goes to preparation and the other half to cooking.

Have these ingredients ready: one and a half teaspoons of olive oil, one and a half pounds of trimmed and cut into inch-pieces of asparagus, a tablespoon of water, a half-pound sugar-snap peas with ends trimmed and strings removes, three sliced scallions, one and a half teaspoons of reduced-sodium soy sauce, and one and a half teaspoons of honey.

First, heat the olive oil in a large pan while covered over medium heat. Add the asparagus and water, then cover and steam for five minutes. Then, add the peas, scallions, soy sauce, and honey. Cover and cook until tender which would take about another five minutes. Season the dish with salt and pepper to taste. You may serve warm or at room temperature.


  • Orange-Maple Salmon

This recipe makes a single serving and takes about twenty seven minutes to prepare and cook.

First, prepare the following ingredients: a quarter cup of orange juice, a tablespoon of maple syrup, a tablespoon of soy sauce, a half teaspoon of minced garlic, and four ounces of salmon fillet.

Whisk together the orange juice, maple syrup, soy sauce, and minced garlic. Pour over the salmon fillet and marinade for fifteen minutes. Grill for about eight to minutes. Flip halfway through.

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