If you’re craving for some tasty dishes but thinking about your thyroid diet, then these recipes for hypothyroidism are perfect for you! Eating outside can be very difficult when you’re trying to make sure everything in the dish is good for your thyroid. Fortunately, cooking for yourself doesn’t have to be tasteless and such a hassle. These simple recipes are great for the tastebuds and definitely for your thyroid!
9 Tasty Recipes for Hypothyroidism You Should Try
1. Rosemary Roasted Tomatoes and Potatoes
If you’re looking for a salad with some extra taste, you should try roasting your tomatoes and potatoes, along with kalamata olives. You just need to bake them in your oven until your potatoes are brown and tender before they’re ready to serve. Sprinkle some Parmesan cheese over your roasted veggies to add more flavor!
2. Grilled Rosemary-Salmon Skewers
There’s no wrong way of cooking salmon and cooking salmon kebabs with rosemary will add some extra smoky flavor to your salmon. Season your salmon with rosemary, salt, and pepper before skewering and grilling them with olive oil and some lemon zest. Try this Italian salmon recipe with sturdy rosemary branches to add a bit more flavor to your kebabs.
3. Southwestern Steak and Peppers
The best steak is always the tender and juicy kind, but seasoning your steak with garlic, cumin, chili powder, salt, pepper, and coriander will bring your steak game to the next level. Sautee your bell peppers with onion until they’re soft and add some brown sugar and minced garlic. Serve your steak with the sauteed peppers and onion to give your tastebuds a southwestern ride.
4. Sizzled Citrus Shrimp
Sizzled citrus shrimp is a Spanish dish you may either enjoy as an appetizer or main dish. Add your shrimp to a bowl of wine, oil, garlic, and lemon juice to marinate. Leave it in the fridge for 15 minutes before draining it and cooking the shrimp until it’s barely pink. Serve your sizzled citrus shrimp with the drained marinade, bay leaf, and red pepper.
5. Green Beans with Bacon and Hazelnut
Bacon isn’t always bad for your health, and it may even be great for your thyroid. Saute some shallots and green beans before you add in extra water and then the bacon. Toss some hazelnuts and salt into the skillet to add extra flavor, and it’s ready to serve!
6. Moroccan Chicken
To bring some Moroccan taste into your home, marinade the chicken in a mixture of orange juice, paprika, ginger, cumin, red peppers, salt, coriander, and olive oil. Leave it in the fridge for 4 hours before draining and grilling.
7. Roasted Cod with Onions, Orange, and Tomatoes
Pacific cod is packed with enough flavors on its own but giving it a citrus taste may only enhance this dish. Roast your onions and tomatoes with orange zest, oil, and thyme in the oven before adding the cod. Make sure to occasionally stir the bowl to let the vegetables and the cod’s flavors mix.
8. Baked Risotto Primavera
It may not be springtime, but that’s not a reason for you to try this baked risotto primavera recipe. This simple recipe is cooked in the oven instead of the stovetop to quicken the cooking time and require less stirring. Cook the onions until they’re soft before adding the garlic and rice. Add some wine and let the whole thing simmer before baking the dish until the rice is tender. When the risotto is done, it’s time to add the bell pepper, peas, and asparagus.
9. Ginger-Chicken Noodle Soup
This dish takes a spin on the classic noodle soup by giving it some extra flavor. Boil the chicken while the soup’s extra flavor is made with broth, carrots, soy sauce, ginger, pepper, water, and vinegar. Add the noodles and let the dish simmer uncovered.
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Recipes for hypothyroidism doesn’t always have to be just fruits and vegetables. Your thyroid diet plan doesn’t have to keep you from exploring amazing dishes with bacon and cod. Try some of these simple recipes today to excite your taste buds and keep your thyroid healthy at the same time!
Have you tried any of these dishes? Do you know any other recipes for hypothyroidism? Share your thoughts and experience with us in the comments below!