What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

The marathon took a lot of energy, and after it you need to not only have a good rest, but also have a tasty meal. Our pasta marinara, recovery bowl and crispy biscotti will quickly return the calories spent.

360 calories

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recoverWhat to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

For this simple and quick pasta, you only need pasta and ready-made marinara sauce. To make the paste even more satisfying, add hummus to it.

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

COOKING TIME :

10 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

4 servings

Ingredients

Sauce (tomato marinara)

500 ml

Cooking process

  1. Boil the pasta according to the instructions on the packaging.

  2. Mix the prepared pasta with the sauce and salt.
  3. Serve pasta with hummus. Bon appetit!

380 calories

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recoverWhat to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

Bowl with sweet potato, eggs and turmeric

Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, and in combination with sweet potato and eggs this bowl will charge you with vitamins and energy.

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

COOKING TIME :

25 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

2 servings

Ingredients

Oil (olive )

1/3 cup

Cooking process

  1. Wash the sweet potato and cut into slices. Put on a baking sheet, sprinkle with turmeric and chopped garlic.

    Bake until soft.

  2. Peel each slice of baked sweet potato from the skin and mash with a fork until the consistency of mashed potatoes.
  3. For seasoning, mix lemon juice, olive oil and agave syrup.
  4. Boil brown rice according to the instructions on the package. Put on plates.

  5. Boil hard-boiled eggs, peel and cut in half.
  6. Place the sweet potato puree on top of the rice, add the egg halves, arugula and pistachios.
  7. Pour everything with lemon dressing and serve.

520 calories

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recoverWhat to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

Orange biscotti with almonds

Eat these crispy cookies right after the finish or leave for dessert for a restorative dinner.

What to eat after the race: 3 recipes to help you recover

COOKING TIME :

75 minutes

NUMBER OF PORTS:

6 servings

Ingredients

Flour (wooden )

1 + 3/4 cup

Flour (corn )

1/2 cup

Chocolate ( dark )

3/4 cup

Butter (olive)

1/2 cup

Cooking process

  1. Mix in a large bowl sugar with butter and pumpkin puree.

  2. Add here all the flour, baking powder, orange zest, almonds and chopped chocolate. Mix well.
  3. Divide the dough into two parts and roll each into a long narrow sausage (something like a flattened baguette should turn out).
  4. Put on a baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes at a temperature of 180 degrees.
  5. Let cool and cut into small slices.

    Biscotti is ready!

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