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Summergirl52

Joined: Oct 11
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Posted: 03 Apr 2012, 08:01
One of the things that I'm doing that's keeping my diet plan successful is that I've created this Fish recipe that is made with Cod and veggies. I put everything into tin foil and broil it for 25 minutes. It comes out real good every time and is so healthy for you. I ALSO have another dish that I put together that should be just as low that I will be submitting. It containes 2 pieces of chicken breast and some kind of frozen veggies that you stir up in a fring pan.
You season the chicken with salt pepper garlic powder and oregano and place in a frying pan with a pat of butter. You cook the chicken until it starts to get brown on both sides and then add your veggies. I used the peas and carrots frozen veggies the last time and it came out awesome. Just put veggies in the pan while chicken is cooking and season with salt and pepper. You have a tasty satisfying meal.
I love creating recipes, especially when it comes to healthy ones. Have fun with it and create some great healthy recipes!
Pam G
fatoldlady

Joined: Jul 11
Posts: 296

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Posted: 03 Apr 2012, 08:28
I found some good recipes on this site. The eggs and apsaragus medley is great, works for low cal and Atkins diet, and is delish, especially now that asparagus in in season. I found a cauliflower soup recipe and made a few changes, roasted the cauliflower and used curry to spice it up. A big bowl is only 170 calories and tasty and filling.



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