“Shortcussion” With Dietician Rümeysa Tuğçe Turan
My Instagram name @dyttugcetrn
I’m 24 years old
I’m a dietician
I live in İstanbul
I am single
My horoscope is Taurus
My hobbies are cooking and coming up with new recipes
Blue, dark blue and gray are my favorite colors
My favorite dish is fried dumplings and spinach
My fave dessert is souffle
The latest book I’ve read is Fantastic Night by Stefan Zweig
You should definitely watch The Pursuit of Happyness
My fave song is Tatlıyla Balla by Yalın
My fave photo editing apps are Tezza and Snapseed
My makeup must-haves are blusher and mascara
My skin care routine essential is cleaning my makeup and washing my face right before going to bed
I want to go to New York and Paris at the first chance I get
The last product I bought from Modanisa is a dress
I’m on Instagram since 2015
Here are some light and delicious breakfast recipes!
Japanese Orange Pancake
For those who want to start the day with a fruity breakfast, I recommend a delicious pancake.
- 1 egg (yolk and white will be separated)
- 1 dessert spoon of olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla
- 2 tablespoons light heaped whole wheat flour
- 3 tablespoons of milk
- 1 teaspoon of orange or lemon zest
- 1 full teaspoon of honey
Add 1 teaspoon of baking powder to the egg white and whisk it with a mixer until it reaches the consistency of a whipped cream. Then, mix all the other ingredients in a separate bowl. Combine the last two mixtures by whisking them with a spoon. Heat a pan and cook the pancakes by applying oil with a brush. Lastly, you can add some fruits and tahini or peanut butter.
Whole Wheat Crepe
I have a soft crepe recipe for one person.
- 1 egg
- A little more than half a tea glass of milk
- 2 tablespoons of whole wheat flour
First of all, whisk the eggs with the help of a fork. Add the other ingredients in the above order. Heat your pan with very little oil. Spread half of the mixture on the pan and cook it on both sides. It’s that simple. You can add cheese, olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, and any herbs you want.
Can I Eat Bagel for Breakfast?
It is one of the most frequently asked questions in the diet period. The answer is very clear; of course, you can eat it. But what matters is how often and how much you eat. A quarter of a bagel is equivalent to about a slice of bread. I know it sounds very little when I say that, but when we add eggs, cheese, olives or nuts and greens, you will see that a quarter or half bagel is not a light choice.