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    1 cup quinoa
    1 can black beans
    1 can sweet corn
    1 small can of olives
    1/4 feta cheese
    1/2 cup diced tomato grapes.
    2 cups of chicken broth (used to cook quinoa)

    Sriracha as needed.

    Hnnnng

    Of course I made everything separately before I added it all to a separate bowl.

    And then I baked 2 cans of chickpeas covered in oil oil and sriracha sauce.
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    My current cutting Dinner: 200g Chicken breast, 500g veggies (Brokkoli and tomato Most of the time), an onion, 100g reduced fat cream Cheese. 5ml oil for frying

    On medium high Heat brown the Chicken and onions, i usually apply a dry rub to the chicken. Add brokkoli until shiny Green, add tomatos, let it sit for a while, so the tomatos loose some juice. Add salt and pepper, stir. Add cream Cheese, stir add curry powder and garlic powder, stir. Reduce Heat a bit, let simmer for a few minutes. Eat.

    62g P, 29g C, 13g f, 11g fibre, 498kcal.
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    Two cans of rinsed chickpeas
    A lot of olive oil
    A lot of chilli powder

    Put it all together on a baking sheet in the oven at 400 degrees for about 40 minutes or till nice and golden brown.
    Take out of oven let it cool down,

    And enjoy a nice healthy salty snack.
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    1. Boil the spaghetti for 1 min. Add the broccoli and cook for 4 mins more.

    2. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a frying pan and add the shallots and garlic. Gently cook for 5 mins until golden. Add the chillies and sage to the pan and gently cook for 2 mins. Drain the pasta, mix with the shallot mixture in the pan, then scatter with Parmesan, if you like.
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    Very easy and tasty recipe - does need extra seasoning to taste. I'd recommend serving with garlic bread, as the portions are a little small on its own.
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    Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    Chicken Salad with mustard dressing:
    Grill of broil a chicken breast and then cut in up into relatively thin, small pieces. Make the dressing in a huge bowl. Mix vinegar, olive oil, mustard and pressed garlic together. I sometimes like to add chopped onions to the dressing. Then put in the lettuce and mix it around to spread the dressing onto the lettuce. Then mix in the grilled/ broiled chicken and feta cheese. I ate this a lot when I was on a keto diet.
    It must be delicious. I'll try .
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    Chicken Biryani is my favorite. Chicken Biryani is one of the most popular biryani in biryani recipes. Chicken biryani is a very special and most well-known popular recipe. But I don't know the recipe ( lol:-0) You can order for this mouth-watering Biryani in any restaurants in your location
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    Hubby made the steak and idk what the recipe is

    Zucchini boats
    2 medium zucchini’s
    1 veggie soup mix
    2/3 cup of cheese
    1 oz of bread crumbs
    Italian seasoning
    2 small orange peppers
    3 egg whites
    1/4 cup diced onions
    1/4 cup shiitake diced

    Preheat the oven to 400

    Get a pan out and sliced the zucchini In half horizontally then core the zucchini

    Lightly spray with pam and dust the zucchini shells with Italian seasoning

    Pop in the oven till the edges turn golden brown

    In a bowl mix everything together, besides half the bread crumbs to go on top, add a little salt and pepper. The. Take the zucchini out and stuff it and cover with foil for 15 minutes, then dust with the rest of the bread crumbs and bake for 5ish mins uncovered
    Severing is 4 a little parm on top is good too
    * Calories 125.7
    * Total Fat 2.6 g
    * Saturated Fat 1.4 g
    * Polyunsaturated Fat 0.3 g
    * Monounsaturated Fat 0.7 g
    * Cholesterol 6.0 mg
    * Sodium 345.0 mg
    * Potassium 496.7 mg
    * Total Carbohydrate 14.4 g
    * Dietary Fiber 3.3 g
    * Sugars 5.1 g
    * Protein 12.1 g
    * Vitamin A 69.0 %
    * Vitamin B-12 2.4 %
    * Vitamin B-6 11.6 %
    * Vitamin C 107.3 %
    * Vitamin D 0.8 %
    * Vitamin E 2.1 %
    * Calcium 15.5 %
    * Copper 9.6 %
    * Folate 11.5 %
    * Iron 6.5 %
    * Magnesium 11.3 %
    * Manganese 19.4 %
    * Niacin 7.1 %
    * Pantothenic Acid 3.7 %
    * Phosphorus 22.2 %
    * Riboflavin 10.7 %
    * Selenium 9.6 %
    * Thiamin 10.7 %
    * Zinc 6.4 %
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    I have 2 recipes to share. One is pasta and second one is my damn favourite date shake.

    Pasta one is a simple chicken and pasta one with some spice, ginger and garlic paste. However, I am going to shake recipe.

    You need some almonds, date, sugar, milk and almonds. You can also fruit of your choice. Blend it well. Your yummy and nutritious shake is ready.
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    Originally Posted by Antonio View Post
    Breakfast Fajitas:


    6 eggwhites and a yolk
    fat free cheddar cheese
    fat free flour tortillas


    Beat the whites and yolk and put in a skillet with cooking spray(I personally use canola cooking spray). Then, cook the eggs over a medium flame. Turn eggs over and add some cheddar cheese.
    Meanwhile heat up the tortillas in the mike or oven.
    Finally, Place eggs in the tortillas and roll up. you might want to add some salsa.

    Each fajita: calories 131, carbs 16 grms, protein 15 grms and fat 0.5 grms.

    Good luck.
    that sounds amazing
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    Eggs eggs and more eggs
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    This I just discovered for the family with my insta pot pressure cooker I made it up it takes 90 mins to cook and 3 to prepare
    Pack of fresh Chicken thighs bone and skin 3ish lbs
    2 cans of mixed chili beans
    1 bottle of family’s fav bbq sauce
    1 lb or more angel hair pasta
    Soy sauce to taste

    Take the thighs skin down and line the bottom of the pot
    Drain the beans a little not all the way and pour in
    Pour in 16oz of bbq sauce or more
    Close and cook for 1 hour and 30 minutes
    At ten mins left make the pasta
    Serve over pasta with soy sauce to taste in a bowl with all the juices there will be lots

    Everyone loved it I did some steamed broccoli on the side, don’t add the soy sauce to the pot when cooking it will get to salty and everyone liked a different amount

    Cilantro would be a good add on too, or with rice or corn bread, the youngest crumbled ritz in it with pasta
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    I have been eating meals of
    4-8oz salmon
    2-3 tablespoons olive oil
    3/4 cup oats
    a ton of Sriracha

    Put the oil, salmon, and oats in a pan. Lots of Sriracha, Let cook, mash everything up once the salmon cooks some. Let cook some more so that the oats are crispy. It kind of taste like breaded fish.
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    Not for everyone, I know. But if it meets your needs and requirements...

    Spaghetti aglio e olio.

    Fry (gently) some minced or chopped garlic in olive oil - don't do it crispy so it browns and offers an almost bitter taste.
    Cook some spaghetti - currently I'm using 'La Molisana' - and when it's ready add to the olive oil and garlic pan. Want to emulsify? - add a tablespoon or so of the pasta cooking water as required. Then stick in some flat leaf/parsley and let it wilt. Serve and be carb fuelled to the nth degree.
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    any good beef stew or chicken curry recipes? looking for healthy choices with high protein and decent cals? i found this for yellow curry chicken in a crockpot:

    -Lite coconut milk: to create a creamy, flavorful curry sauce.
    -Chicken broth (or you can use water)
    -Natural creamy peanut butter: it brings this dish an incredible flavor – don’t skip it, but feel free to use cashew butter if you’d like. I love this brand of peanut butter
    that’s just peanuts + salt.
    -Gluten free soy sauce
    -Fresh garlic & ginger (so nourishing!)
    -The delicious spice combo: yellow curry powder, turmeric & cayenne pepper
    -Boneless skinless chicken breast
    -All of the gorgeous, nourishing veggies: carrots, onion, red bell pepper, sweet potatoes & peas

    1) First, add your “sauce” ingredients to the slow cooker: coconut milk, broth, peanut butter, soy sauce, garlic and ginger. Whisk these together before adding your curry powder, turmeric, cayenne pepper, salt & pepper.

    2) You’ll then add your chicken breast directly to the slow cooker along with your sweet potato, carrots and onion. Stir and make sure these are all covered by the sauce.

    3) Cook this on high for 3-4 hours or on low for 6-7 hours. Once it’s done, remove the chicken with a slotted spoon, shred with two forks and return to the slow cooker.

    4) Lastly, stir in the red bell pepper and peas, and cook this on high for another 10-20 minutes until the bell pepper is tender. Garnish with cilantro, serve with rice or naan and enjoy!
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    One of my favourite cut meals is:

    Lean Beef so something like rump, fillet or trimmed sirloin with Lemon and Chilli
    Brown rice or Quinoa and peas cooked in low sodium vegetable or chicken stock, touch of salt and pepper
    Brocolli, Peppers, Celery and Shallots cooked off with the stock juices, fresh ginger, fresh chilli, garlic and a bit of apple cider vinegar to act as a sauce almost

    Chilli flakes and Hot Sauce

    It is not half as spicy as it sounds because the acids and rich stock and beef cut through it and it comes together to make something really rather lovely.

    Correct portioning you can get 2 meals out of this of 1 huge meal after a very heavy day and it fills you like you wouldnt believe and the chilli is a top notch metabolizer and although I do not work out half as much as I should, I have cooked for people in my area who definetly work out and theyve rated this meal.
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    Blueberry French Toast Casserole

    4 slices of bread diced and placed in small oven-friendly dish.

    Whisk 3 large eggs, 1/4 cup milk, cinnamon and artificial sweetener in a dish.

    Add 100g of blueberries to the dish. Pour in the mixture above and mix well to ensure all the bread is soaked.

    Bake on 350 for 30-45 mins.


    Profit! ~600 calories, 33g protein
    I also add about 3 tablespoons of maple syrup, low calorie.
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