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A fitness coach has shared the delicious and healthy lunch she said she ate every day while working a corporate job – and it take less than two minutes to make. 

Bec Hardgrave, 27, from Brisbane, showed her 136,700 followers how she whips up the ’90-second hot girl’ lunch in a video posted to TikTok. 

The health guru said she ate the five-ingredient lunch everyday for two years while she was working full-time in a corporate job. 

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Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured), from Brisbane, has shared her recipe for a 90-second, five-ingredient salad she ate every day while working a corporate job

Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured), from Brisbane, has shared her recipe for a 90-second, five-ingredient salad she ate every day while working a corporate job

Bec microwaves a packet of Ben's tomato and basil rice for 90 seconds while she makes the rest of her salad

'So we've got the Sirena tuna light in olive oil, packet salad, the drained tuna, Ben's rice - I just use half a packet then put it in the fridge for the next day' she explained

‘So we’ve got the Sirena tuna light in olive oil, packet salad, the drained tuna, Ben’s rice – I just use half a packet then put it in the fridge for the next day’ she explained

Bec microwaves a packet of Ben’s tomato and basil rice for 90 seconds while she makes the rest of her salad. 

‘So we’ve got the Sirena tuna light in olive oil, packet salad, the drained tuna, Ben’s rice – I just use half a packet then put it in the fridge for the next day’ she explained.

‘I’m not sure if that’ll give me salmonella, hasn’t happened yet though,’ she joked. 

Ben’s rice can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three days after being heated up. 

Bec then dresses the salad with a drizzle of soy sauce and a few squeezes of mayonnaise and mixes everything up. 

‘Chef’s kiss,’ she said as she tucked into her simple salad. 

'I'm not sure if that'll give me salmonella, hasn't happened yet though,' she joked. Ben's rice can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three days after being heated up

Bec then dresses the salad with a drizzle of soy sauce and a few squeezes of mayonnaise and mixes everything up

Bec then dresses the salad with a drizzle of soy sauce and a few squeezes of mayonnaise and mixes everything up

The health guru said she ate the five-ingredient lunch everyday for two years while she was working full-time in a corporate job

The health guru said she ate the five-ingredient lunch everyday for two years while she was working full-time in a corporate job

RECIPE: Bec Hardgrave’s 90-second healthy lunch 

Ingredients

  • Packet of Ben’s tomato and basil rice
  • Packet of pre-mix salad
  • Tin of Sirena light tuna in olive oil
  • Soy sauce
  • Light mayonnaise

Method

  1. Put the Ben’s rice in the microwave for 90 seconds as per the instructions
  2. In a bowl, add a handful of the salad mix, the drained tuna, and half the packet of rice
  3. Add a generous drizzle of soy sauce and a a few squeezes of mayonnaise
  4. Mix everything together and enjoy 

 

The fitness expert’s video racked up more than 187,400 views as many in the comments shared the adjustments they would make to the recipe. 

‘Hear me out: kewpie Japanese sesame dressing,’ one user suggested. 

‘Siracha mayonnaise. I’m obsessed. Basmati, steamed fresh vegetables, tin of salmon Siracha mayo and avocado. Boom! So good!,’ a second recommended. 

‘That’s almost identical to the salads I would eat too! I would add some chopped walnuts and sometimes would add have leftover meat instead of tuna,’ said a third.

Bec has developed a strong following online for sharing quick and easy recipes that are also nutritious. 

Previously, she revealed how to make the iconic baguette from Emily in Paris at home - and you only need five ingredients

McDonalds has re-released the sandwich in French branches thanks to its popularity, but as it's not available in Australia yet the homemade version will have to do.

Previously, Bec revealed how to make the iconic baguette from Emily in Paris at home – and you only need five ingredients 

Previously, she revealed how to make the iconic baguette from Emily in Paris at home – and you only need five ingredients. 

In the new season of the show Emily (pictured) runs the marketing team for McDonalds latest release - the McBaguette

In the new season of the show Emily (pictured) runs the marketing team for McDonalds latest release – the McBaguette

The McDonalds baguette quickly became famous after featuring in the popular TV show.

McDonalds has re-released the sandwich in French branches thanks to its popularity, but as it’s not available in Australia yet the homemade version will have to do.

In the new season of the show Emily runs the marketing team for McDonalds’ latest release – the McBaguette. 

‘Did you know the McBaguette from Emily in Paris is a real thing? But they don’t sell it in Australia,’ Bec said.

To make the recipe the fitness coach prepared a small baguette, shredded lettuce, Bernaise sauce, Jarlsberg cheese and lean beef mince.

Bec seasoned her mince with salt and pepper and rolled it into balls.

She then put the balls on a hot pan and flattened them with a burger smasher.

To build the baguette she sliced her bread in half and put Bernaise sauce on both sides. 

McDonalds has re-released the sandwich (pictured) in French stores thanks to it's popularity, but as it's not available in Australia yet the home-made version will have to do

McDonalds has re-released the sandwich (pictured) in French stores thanks to it’s popularity, but as it’s not available in Australia yet the home-made version will have to do

Then she added shredded lettuce, two thin slices of Jarlsberg cheese, two burger patties and the top side of the baguette. 

Bec’s followers and fans of the show are obsessed with the easy recipe. 

‘This look delicious!’ one woman said.

‘Yum, they should sell it here,’ another commented.

‘Thanks for sharing it with me. Yum,’ another wrote.

Emily in Paris McBaguette recipe: 

Ingredients

  • 1 small baguette
  • 30g pre-made Bernaise Sauce from Coles
  • 140g Lean Beef (seasoned)
  • 2 Thin Slices Jarlsberg (available from the deli)
  • Shredded iceberg lettuce

Method

  1. Season mince with salt and pepper and roll it into balls.
  2. Put them on a hot pan and flatten them with a burger smasher or a plate
  3. Slice a baguette in half and put Bernaise sauce on both sides
  4. Add lettuce, two slices of Jarlsberg cheese and two burger patties

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