5 YOLO Dishes You Must Try After YOLO Run
You Only Live Once. Eat the right food.
It’s a dilemma. You want to eat your comfort food after tackling the challenging YOLO Run this coming 11 November 2017. But you’re worried about the negative impact of white carbs, high sodium content and saturated fats that are widely present in most hawker foods in Singapore.
Here’s the good news. The folks at YOLO Food has recreated your hawker favourites into low-calorie, high-protein, power-packed dishes using healthy and wholesome ingredients. YOLO’s menus are designed by the nutritionist to help you eat the right type of food at the right amount of calories to reach your goals without compromising on the food you love.
Here are 5 YOLO dishes you’ll love to eat after your YOLO Run.
1. Basil Minced Chicken with Brown Rice & Egg ($9.90)
Normally, a standard plate of Thai Basil Chicken Rice has 778 calories; however, YOLO’s version of Basil Minced Chicken with Brown Rice & Egg has only 580 calories. It substitutes white rice for brown basmati rice and replaces the sauces with natural herb flavouring. This way, customers feel fuller for longer with more protein, without the calorie overload or food coma from the sugar spike.
2. Rice Bowl with Salmon, Kimchi Salad & Edamame ($14.90)
Kimchi, a traditional Korean food, contains spices that help to promote metabolism, radiant skin and is high in Vitamin A. When you pair kimchi with salmon, edamame and brown rice, you get a 650-calorie vitamin-packed dish that restores the youth of your skin.
3. Chicken Teriyaki Salad with Avocado & Tomatoes ($9.90)
Chicken Teriyaki Salad is a healthier version of the usual Japanese Chicken Teriyaki. Comprising of chicken teriyaki, greens, avocado and tomatoes, the Chicken Teriyaki Salad is a tasty and well-balanced dish with only 340 calories.
4. Honey-Glazed Tempeh Salad with Avocado & Tomatoes ($9.90)
Tempeh is a traditional soy dish from Indonesia that has high plant-based protein, omega-3 fatty acids and calcium, good for bone health and muscle building. At 320 calories, the Honey-Glazed Tempeh Salad comes with greens, avocado and tomatoes.
5. Acai Bowls ($6.90)
YOLO lets your build your own Acai bowl based on your preferred base and toppings. A standard Acai bowl costs $6.90 and consists of one base (Açai Sorbet, Pineapple Acai Mango +$0.50, or Peanut Butter Acai +$0.5), two fruits (mango, banana, pineapple, watermelon, grapes, or kiwi) and one topping (granolas, almond, dried fruits, or super seeds).
YOLO is a halal and dynamic fast casual takeaway outlet that reimagines food and local dishes close to our heart, with healthy ingredients and wholesome nutrition. YOLO is available at ICON Village, Star Vista and delivery via Ubereats, Deliveroo and Honestbee.
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