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    Well a very nice and delicious recipes over here. I also have a problem of FAt and i want to loose it. I try these recipes and will tell that these recipes really work or not. Anyway thanks for sharing.
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    Only up to page 5 of this thread so sorry if the information is posted later on but does any one kno where to get the shataki noodles from in the uk?

    There's some awesome receipies in here. Ill b cutting nxt week after I've enjoyed myself on my weekend away.
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    Great receipes. keen to try soon!
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    Great recipes.
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    Originally Posted by jonrofl View Post
    Spicy Tuna Spring Rolls
    Sashimi Grade Tuna
    Low Fat Mayo
    Sriracha
    Red Leaf Lettuce
    Cucumber
    Avocado
    Rice Paper

    Chop up the Tuna into small pieces. Add little bit of mayo. Squeeze of Sriracha. Add as much veggies as you want or enought that it will wrap.
    Use rice paper to wrap like a burrito/taquito.
    I will definitely have to try this! It's already starting to heat up here in Southern California and that sounds like a nice fresh meal. (minus the mayo for me though, I replace it with plain low-fat yogurt!)
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    Greek Yogurt Pancakes!!

    You heard right!!! Ok so here is what you need, I made these this morning and they were delicious!

    Main Ingredients:
    -6 oz of your favorite Greek yogurt
    - 1 egg
    - scant 1/2 cup flour
    - 1 tsp baking soda
    - 1 tsp vanilla extract
    - few dashes of salt
    - your favorite sweetner (I used two packets of Stevia in the Raw)

    Optional Ingredients:
    - half scoop or in my case 13 grams of whey protein
    - 1/4 cup of skim


    Directions:

    Begin by mixing the yogurt and egg together in one bowl until it is creamy. It should be a pale yellow color. Then add the vanilla extract and mix that in with the egg and yogurt combo

    Next in a separate bowl mix all of dry ingredients together

    Once that is done add your liquidy vanilla, egg, and yogurt combination to the dry ingredients and stir. Once stirred the batter should be very thick at this point this is what you want. However, if you believe it is too thick now is the time to add that skim milk of yours. Also if you want more protein in your pancakes add your favorite protein powder now!

    Once the batter is done pour your mixture onto a heated pan or griddle. Cook until the pancakes bubble on one side then flip them. Cook until golden brown and you are ready to serve them!!! I ate mine this morning with honey, tomorrow I might try serving it with so fresh fruit or put some Biscoff on top. Your choice! Enjoy!!
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    Protein pancakes are a new favourite for me:

    2 egg whites
    30 g protein powder
    30 g oat flour
    50 g cottage cheese
    3 g baking powder
    calorie free sweetener
    approx. 100 ml water

    Mix, make sure the mixture is thick enough for baking (add water gradually, add a bit more depending on consistency)
    Bake like regular pancake mix, I used 1 tbsp of olive oil.

    Makes about 6-8 pancakes, depending on what size I make them. Enjoy.
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    high protein dessert

    1) 1 scoop of whey or casein
    2) 1 egg or egg white
    3) add water of milk until thick (about 50ml)

    (NOT NECESSARY) 1/2 tsp of stevia/splenda/cinnamon/coconut flakes

    Directions

    1)stir untill thick

    2)microwave for 45-1:20 min


    PS: you can also add peanut butter/coconut oil if you'd like before microwaving
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    Cottage cheese lemon cake:

    450 g cottage cheese
    3 tbsp protein powder (vanilla)
    3 eggs
    1 tbsp oat flour
    100 ml water
    lemon peel
    non-cal sweetener to taste

    Put everything into a bowl and stir together. Heat oven to 165-180 degrees Celsius. Coat a baking form with butter and add mixture. Bake between 20-35 mins, until middle no longer fluid (original recipe said to remove it after 25 mins the latest, but mine were not done yet in the middle by that time and baking it longer did not hurt it at all). Let it cool and put into fridge for a couple hours. Delicious and even I, being a beginner in the kitchen, could not make it wrong. Serve with fresh strawberry sauce or just on its own.
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    Just made a batch of this "Pseudo-Frozen yogurt"

    1 1/2 cup No fat Greek yogurt
    1 1/2 cup 2% Cottage cheese
    1 1/2 cup Oats uncooked
    2 scoops Protein (I used 1 choclate, and one cake batter. This is totally up to you.)

    Stir it all together best you can. I used my GF's stand mixer, and it worked great.
    Pop it in the freezer for about an hour or so, and bam. Delicious. You could throw some PB on it for some fat, as its pretty low fat.

    Macros for whole batch:
    966 cals
    14.5g fat
    66.2g Carbs
    141.7g Protein

    Looking at it now, would be a good bulk yogurt too!
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    Originally Posted by Jetsetter1 View Post
    Just made a batch of this "Pseudo-Frozen yogurt"

    1 1/2 cup No fat Greek yogurt
    1 1/2 cup 2% Cottage cheese
    1 1/2 cup Oats uncooked
    2 scoops Protein (I used 1 choclate, and one cake batter. This is totally up to you.)

    Stir it all together best you can. I used my GF's stand mixer, and it worked great.
    Pop it in the freezer for about an hour or so, and bam. Delicious. You could throw some PB on it for some fat, as its pretty low fat.

    Macros for whole batch:
    966 cals
    14.5g fat
    66.2g Carbs
    141.7g Protein

    Looking at it now, would be a good bulk yogurt too!
    Just threw together a slight variant of this...Hopefully it tastes pretty good!
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    Protein pan cakes

    Take 3 eggs 2 scoops of protein I prefer Myfusion or syntha6 both have 30 grams of protein. If batter is to thick add water. I like them with walnuts and a banana. Cook like you would pancakes. Not sure of Valerie's and carbs but very high in protein. Eat h with peanut butter or sugar free syrup
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    I make these little personal pizzas:

    Ingredients:
    Whole-wheat tortilla
    1/4 cup of canned chicken breast in water
    1/4 cup Pizza Sauce
    1/4 Part-Skim shredded Mozzarella Cheese
    6 sliced turkey pepperoni
    1/2 tbsp turkey bacon bits

    Directions:
    Put tortilla down as the crust, top with pizza sauce, cheese, pepperoni, chicken, bacon bits, & any other veggies you want. Bake on 350 for about 10 min or until the tortilla gets as hard as you like.

    Using the brands that I use the Macros come out to:
    380 calories- 30g Protein- 14g Fat- 36g Carbs

    Of course the macros will vary depending on the kind of tortilla, cheese, & pizza sauce you use & what additional toppings you use or choose to leave out.
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    I made the following for breakfast today & it was amazing!

    1/2 Cup "Great Value" Plain Low-Fat Greek Yogurt
    1 scoop EAS Recovery Protein Chocolate
    2 tbsp Smucker's Natty PB
    1 Cup of Mom's Best Oats & Honey Blend Cereal

    Just mixed it all together in a bowl & ate. Was super quick & tasty. Of course you could use any cereal that you prefer!

    Using the same brands I used the macros worked out to:
    550 Cals-65g Carbs-19g Fat- 32g Protein

    The recovery protein has more carbs & less protein than your "average" whey powder, so depending on what kind of whey you use the carbs could be significantly less & the protein quite a bit higher!
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    Is rye bread as good as whole wheat bread for a refeed while cutting?
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    Originally Posted by robbie_vlad View Post
    Some great recipes in here, I know I'll be trying some this week!

    One of my personal favorites, MEATLOAF!

    Ingredients-

    1lb Ground turkey
    1 cup green pepper
    1 cup white onion
    2 carrots
    1/4 tsp Tuscan spices

    Directions-

    Dice the green pepper and white onion; grate the 2 carrots. Ground the turkey meat. Mix well with 1/4 teaspoon Tuscan spices. Spray loaf pan with Pam, Pack turkey loaf mixture in pan, bake at 350 till crisp.

    Makes 4 servings: 295 calories, 32g protein, 7g carbs, 15g fat per serving (good source of Vitamin A).
    If that is too large a serving, you can cut each in half and get 8 servings: 148calories, 16g protein, 3.5g carbs, 7.5g fat per serving.

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    Here's a desert that I found:

    Protein Brownies

    Ingredients-

    2/3 cup protein powder (I use ON 100% Whey Double Rich Chocolate)
    2/3 cup wheat flour, whole grain
    1/2 tsp salt
    1 tsp baking powder
    1 cup unsweetened applesauce
    1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    2 cup SPLENDA granular
    6 egg whites
    1 egg, large
    1 1/2 tsp vanilla

    Directions-

    Mix dry together, mix applesauce with cocoa, splenda, eggs and vanilla. Mix together bake in ungreased pan for 30-35 min at 350F.

    Makes 16 servings (1 serving = 1 brownie): 70 calories, 7g protein, 10g carb, 2g fat per serving.
    This sounds amazing, might have to give it a shot for those sweet tooth days!
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    Protein Chocolate Ice Cream


    Ingredients & Nutrition
    1 cup low-fat cottage cheese 180 calories 28 grams of Protein
    1 scoops chocolate whey protein powder 180 Calories 30 grams of Protein
    1/4 cup skim milk 33 Calories 2 grams of Protein
    86 grams of Banana 75 Calories 0 gram of Protein
    11 grams SF/FF Chocolate Jell-O Pudding Mix 35 Calories 0 grams of Protein
    1 tbsp. Splenda - 0 calories - grams of Protein
    Pinch of cinnamon - 0 calories - 0 grams of Protein

    Total Calories = 503
    Total Protein(g) = 60

    How to Make
    Combine all ingredients in blender
    Blend until creamy, smooth and thoroughly mixed
    Pour contents in a bowl
    Place in freezer 2-3 hours, stirring every 30-45 minutes or until desired consistency is reached
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    Originally Posted by Adampff View Post
    Protein Chocolate Ice Cream


    Ingredients & Nutrition
    1 cup low-fat cottage cheese 180 calories 28 grams of Protein
    1 scoops chocolate whey protein powder 180 Calories 30 grams of Protein
    1/4 cup skim milk 33 Calories 2 grams of Protein
    86 grams of Banana 75 Calories 0 gram of Protein
    11 grams SF/FF Chocolate Jell-O Pudding Mix 35 Calories 0 grams of Protein
    1 tbsp. Splenda - 0 calories - grams of Protein
    Pinch of cinnamon - 0 calories - 0 grams of Protein

    Total Calories = 503
    Total Protein(g) = 60

    How to Make
    Combine all ingredients in blender
    Blend until creamy, smooth and thoroughly mixed
    Pour contents in a bowl
    Place in freezer 2-3 hours, stirring every 30-45 minutes or until desired consistency is reached
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    Would love to add this to my site if you've got a larger picture, and wouldn't mind? This looks awesome!
    Here you go mate! Cheers

    Also on a side note, your website looks incredible. I will certainly be checking your recipes. +REP

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    Here you go mate! Cheers

    Also on a side note, your website looks incredible. I will certainly be checking your recipes. +REP
    Thanks man!

    I've added it here:

    http://www.rippedrecipes.com/recipe/...cream-566.html

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    Broccoli beef.
    homemade.
    nuff said.

    Ingredients:
    Some lean a$$ beef.
    Some green a$$ broccoli
    A tad bit of dry sherry, soysauce, oyster sauce
    half a cup of chicken broth.
    A couple pinches of cornstarch to thicken things up
    umm.
    some seasonings. I like red chili pepper, garlic powder(i'm too lazy to cut garlic)

    BAM.
    delicious.
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    Originally Posted by Alaskastuck View Post
    Broccoli beef.
    homemade.
    nuff said.

    Ingredients:
    Some lean a$$ beef.
    Some green a$$ broccoli
    A tad bit of dry sherry, soysauce, oyster sauce
    half a cup of chicken broth.
    A couple pinches of cornstarch to thicken things up
    umm.
    some seasonings. I like red chili pepper, garlic salt(i'm too lazy to cut garlic)

    BAM.
    delicious.
    mirin.
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    This one is really flexible, but is fairly quick, extremely easy, and tasty.

    Panko Chicken Nuggets

    Take your chicken, cut them into little cubes or strips, whatever you prefer.
    Coat them with honey mustard (or regular mustard if you prefer it)
    Now, coat them with just enough Japanese Style Panko to cover the chicken.
    Place on a baking pan and bake them for 30 minutes at 350.

    The Panko alone has 3g of protein per 1/2 cup 23g carbs, and .5g fats.
    You could pair this up with some Quinoa if you want to really boost your protein levels!
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    Nothing fancy but it works for me

    100 calorie omelette

    3 egg whites
    1 whole egg
    black pepper
    Cheese (optional)
    Add egg whites and egg together along with black pepper, stir until mixed and place in the microwave until done (usually about 2 minutes using my microwave)

    118 calories (without the cheese ofc)
    18 grams protein
    5 grams fat
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    Chicken Breast Adobo
    4-5lbs chicken breast cut up into chunks
    1/2 cup vinegar (some people prefer 1/4 cup vinegar)
    1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce
    a couple cloves garlic (more or less it's up to you)
    black pepper or peppercorns
    a few bay leaves (It's not necessary, but better tasting)

    cooking spray or olive oil
    (try adding crushed chili pepper if you like spicy)

    Steps:
    Saute the garlic
    throw in the chicken and other ingredients
    cook on medium heat
    covered, simmer for 20 minutes
    then uncovered simmer it until sauce is reduced almost completely and coating the chicken.
    roughly another 20 minutes
    make sure to stir every once in a while.
    (can speed up cooking time by cutting chicken into smaller pieces)
    usually eaten with rice.

    notes: soy sauce,vinegar, garlic, other crap = like 10 calories

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    Cut-Friendly Book

    So, I've thrown a bunch of recipes into a MSWord document (.docx) - some recipes from here, some from the web, some tweaked, and some are my own creations. It's been pretty helpful to me and I hope it comes in handy for you.

    Here's the download - beware, it's a large file.

    dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9684684/Recipe%20Book.docx
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    Chickpeas or yellow peas as it is know here,with onions,green chilles,oil,lemon juice,dried and baked corn and finally onions that has been dipped in vinegar for 12 hours
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    I've been experimenting with cooking with protein powder a lot lately. Here are some recipes I have developed that I especially like:

    Frozen protein bowl
    1 scoop protein powder (I use fudge brownie elite XT) ~129
    2 Tbsp. coconut flour ~62
    1/2 banana mashed ~53
    vanilla extract
    water

    Mix the ingredients together and slowly add water until a desired consistency is reached. Then freeze for an hour or 2 and eat with a spoon. You can also add melted unsweetened bakers chocolate mixed with stevia on top for an additional 70 calories and 7 g of fat

    nutritional info w/o additional chocolate:
    carbs: 28.5
    protein: 25.1
    fat: 3.7
    cals: 244

    Pumpkin protein pancakes

    2 scoops "No Whey" AI sports nutrition pumpkin pie protein ~ 160
    5 egg whites
    1/4 cup oats
    cinnamon to taste

    whisk everything together and cook in a pan with PAM. This recipe works with any type of protein (the one I'm using here is actually a vegetable protein but it is really very delicious), you can put in full eggs if you desire, and if you are strictly cutting carbs you can eliminate the oats. either way, it will taste great.

    nutritional info for original recipe:
    carbs: 25.1
    fat: 3
    protein: 50
    cals: 315

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    SO I call this my "Enchilada Skillet", Very low fat beef can be used, however I tried this with ground turkey breast and it was golden.

    1lb - Lean Turkey Breast or Very Lean Ground Beef
    1/2 c - Salsa
    1 - 10oz Can Old El Paso (or your fav brand) Enchilada Sauce (depending on you spice tolerance)
    8oz Water
    1/4 C Brown or White Rice
    Low Carb or Whole Whet Tortillas (or Corn Tortillas)

    1) Brown/Cool the meat of you choosing and drain any fat produced
    2) (in skillet) Add salsa and mix
    3) Add enchilada sauce
    4) Add Water
    5) Add rice
    6) bring to boil for a few minutes
    7) Simmer until Rice is cooked
    8) Serve with tortillas or flatbread wraps

    per 6oz serving (w/o tortillas):
    Cal: 269
    Carb: 19
    Fat: 2
    Protein: 42
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