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Sirt food recipes for the diet

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Sirt food diet

There are multiple recipes available that can be made out of the food items recommended for Sirt food. You can use these food items to make a juice or a dish according to your linking and time of the day.

Sirt juice

is a healthy juice mostly made out of greens, and the contents are weighed to make sure the amount of calories and juice is as needed.

The process may require a proper juicer as a blender will not help in the process.



The contents needed for the Sirt Juice are:

• 75 grams’ kale

• 30 grams’ arugula

• 5 grams’ parsley

• 5 grams’ lovage (which is optional)

• 150 grams’ green celery with leaves

• ½ green apple

• ½ teaspoon matcha green tea

• ½ lemon juice


Process Involved:

The process is fairly simple, and making it once or twice will ensure that you remember it.

The first step involves juicing the greens together, which include the kale, arugula, parsley and lovage in case one is using it. All the juice from them must be taken out, and one should at least have 50 ml of juice after the process.

The second step involves juicing the remaining ingredients that include green apple and the celery. This should produce enough juice to drive the total up to 250ml of juice.

The last step involves squeezing the lemon into the juice and then adding the matcha green tea before serving.

Make sure that the green tea is completely dissolved in the juice, and one can use a small amount of juice to dissolve the green tea and then add the rest.

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Food Items

Sirt Muesli

This can be used both as a snack or as a breakfast meal considering one’s convenience. It can be premixed and placed in a jar to be used as needed. Remember to only mix the dry ingredients and keep the yoghurt and strawberries for the last moment before serving.


• 20 grams’ Buckwheat flakes

• 10 grams’ Buckwheat puffs

• 15 grams’ Coconut flakes

• 40 grams’ Medjool dates

• 15 grams’ Walnuts, chopped

• 10 grams’ Cocoa chunks

• 100 grams’ Strawberries

• 100 grams’ Yoghurt (any alternative can be used including vegan or Greek)

Steps to follow:

1. Mix all the dry ingredients together.

2. Add the chopped strawberries and yoghurt before serving the muesli.

These are only some of the vast array of options available and one can opt to cook a healthy meal whenever required by choosing a Sirt rich meal.


Sirt Snacks (good for a quick bite)

Sirt Chocolate Balls

They are good for mid meal hunger and are a healthy alternative to other fat rich snacks. They have a life of 1 week if refrigerated properly.


• 120 grams’ Walnuts

• 30 grams’ Dark Chocolate (85% cocoa)

• 250 grams’ Medjool dates

• 1 tablespoon Cocoa powder

• 1 tablespoon Turmeric powder

• 1 tablespoon Olive Oil

• Scraped seeds of 1 Vanilla pod or 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract

• 1 to 2 tablespoons water

Steps to follow:

1. Blend the chocolate and walnuts in a food processor till it becomes a powder.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients excluding water. Add water as needed and check the consistency, it shouldn’t be too sticky.

3. Make the mixture into bite sized balls using hands.

4. Refrigerate for an hour at least, before consumption.

5. One can also coat it in coconut shavings or extra cocoa powder to achieve a different consistency.

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Quick Meal (good for breakfast)


1. Apple Pancake with Blackcurrant Sauce

A good source of morning breakfast, pancakes are a treat for adults and kids alike. This healthy alternative will make the feast guilt-free.


For Pancake

• 75 grams’ porridge oats

• 125 grams’ White flour or Buckwheat flour (whichever needed)

• 1 tablespoon Baking Powder

• 2 tablespoon Castor Sugar

• 2 tablespoon Olive Oil

• 2 Egg Whites

• A pinch of Salt

• 2 Apples, chopped into small pieces

• 300 ml Milk (preferably skimmed or semi-skimmed)

For Sauce:

• 125 grams’ Blackcurrant (one can also opt for other berries including strawberry and blueberry)

• 2 tablespoon Castor Sugar

• A few ml of water

Steps to follow:

For Pancake:

1. Mix the dry ingredients (oats, flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt) in the bowl and stir well.

2. Add the apples and then slowly add milk while mixing, to get a consistent, smooth mixture.

3. Whisk the egg whites separately to form peaks.

4. Fold the batter into the egg whites.

5. Heat the pan on medium flame and grease it with olive oil.

6. Pour some of the batter and spread it to form a circular shape.

7. Cook till both sides are golden brown.

For Sauce:

1. Put the berries with some water and sugar and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes.

2. Once the Water is reduced, a saucy residue remains, which can be served with the pancake.

Once everything is ready, serve the pancakes with the blueberry sauce.


2. Smoked Salmon Omelette

This is a quick recipe with few ingredients and can be used for immediate hunger.


• 2 Eggs

• 100 grams’ Smoked Salmon

• ½ teaspoon Capers

• 10 grams’ Arugula

• 1 teaspoon chopped Parsley or Coriander

• 1 teaspoon Olive Oil

Steps to follow:

1. Add the eggs, parsley, capers, and arugula into a bowl and whisk well.

2. Heat the pan, keeping on medium flame and pour the olive oil.

3. Add the mixture of egg and let it cook. One can flip it to prepare both the sides.

4. Once cooked, serve on a plate.

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Full meal (good for lunch or dinner)


1. Chicken Breast with Kale, Onions and Salsa


For Chicken

• 120 grams’ Skinless Boneless Chicken Breast

• 50 grams’ Kale, chopped

• 20 grams’ Onion, sliced

• 50 grams’ Buckwheat

• 1 teaspoon fresh Ginger

• 2 teaspoon Turmeric

• 1 tablespoon Olive Oil

• Juice of ¼ Lemon

For Salsa:

• 1 medium Tomato

• 1 Chili, finely chopped

• 2 tablespoon Parsley or Coriander

• 1 tablespoon Capers, finely chopped

• Juice of ¼ Lemon

Steps to follow:

For Chicken

1. Marinate the chicken with 1 tablespoon of turmeric and lemon juice. Let it rest for 5 minutes.

2. Heat an oven friendly pan on high flame and cook the chicken for a few minutes on both sides to get a golden-brown crust.

3. Transfer the pan to a preheated oven at 220˚ C. Let it cook for 10 minutes or till its thoroughly cooked.

4. Take the chicken out, cover it with foil and let it rest.

5. Cook the Kale for five minutes in a steamer or boil it.

6. Fry the onions and ginger in oil, add the Kale and cook it for a few minutes.

7. Cook buckwheat as instructed on the packet.

For Salsa

1. Chop all the ingredients finely and mix them in a bowl.

2. Make sure that you retain as much liquid as possible from tomatoes.

3. Squeeze lemon juice over the salsa in the end.

Serve all of them together on a plate.


2. Asian Prawn with Buckwheat Noodles


• 150 grams’ Prawns, cleaned and deveined

• 20 grams’ Red Onions, sliced

• 40 grams’ Celery, sliced

• 75 grams’ Green Beans, chopped

• 50 grams’ Kale, chopped

• 75 grams’ Buckwheat noodles

• 5grams’ Lovage or Celery leaves

• 2 teaspoons Tamari or Soy Sauce

• 2 teaspoons Olive Oil

• 1 Garlic clove, finely chopped

• 1 Chili, finely chopped

• 1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh Ginger

• 100ml Chicken Stock

Steps to follow:

1. Place a pan on high heat and cook the prawns with 1 teaspoon of tamari or soy sauce and 1 teaspoon of oil for a few minutes.

2. Transfer the prawns, wipe the pan and cook the noodles for 6-8 minutes or as instructed on the packet and then place aside.

3. Fry the garlic, ginger, chili, red Onion, Celery,Beans and Kale for a few minutes in the remaining oil with the soy sauce on medium heat.

4. Add the stock, boil it and let it simmer for a few minutes.

5. Add the prawns, noodles and celery leaves or lovage and bring to boil once again before serving the dish.

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Sirt Super Salad


• 100 grams’ Smoked Salmon slices

• 50 grams’ Arugula

• 50 grams’ Endive leaves

• 80 grams’ Avocado, sliced

• 50 grams’ Celery including leaves, sliced

• 20 grams’ Red Onion, sliced

• 10 grams’ Parsley or Coriander, chopped

• 15 grams’ Walnuts, chopped

• 1 tablespoon Capers

• 1 large Medjool date, chopped

• 1 tablespoon Olive Oil

• Juice of ¼ Lemon

Steps to follow:

1. Place all the leaves on the plate first.

2. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.

3. Place it over the leaves on the plate.

4. One can choose to squeeze the lemon in the end on top or when mixing in the bowl.

This is a healthy meal and can be paired with a full meal or as a snack to fill up when one is not very hungry.

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