Kilo Klub Member
- Oct 10, 2007
give me the a list of the foods you can eat and ill do the rest.!!!!!
turkey lettus wraps.I could use help with ground turkey.. I but the 98% fat free ground turkey all white breast meat.. I usually just cook 2 packages and then throw in a full can of salsa and eat a side of veggies usually dark green veggies... I'll leave it up to your imagination as far as ingredients... Sodium is not a concern... Unhealthy fats is... No butter, margarine, etc.. And no carbs or trace amount..
1 lb chicken breast cut into cubesOk, can you give me slow cooker recipe for chicken, with minimal ingredients, and readily available ingredients (like chicken broth, onions, mushrooms, celery, etc..).
Also ne other recipe for chicken, doesnt have to be slow cooker, once again which is fairly simple and has easily available ingredients..
Your first recipe sounds delicious but, we dont have lean ground turkey, scallions, shallots, or saki.. here.. LOL.. So thts the reason i ask for basic simple vegetables in my recipe..
This was really good... I don't know anything about saki so i asked the guy at the liquor store for sweet saki and he didn't know the difference either.. I wound up getting a dry saki... I don't have a blender or a food processor... Only a hand blender so i put the peanuts in a cup with the saki and soy sauce and blended up like that... I also used PAM spray instead of olive oil...turkey lettus wraps.
1 lb ground turkey
1/2 cup chopped scallions
2 cloves minced garlic.
1 tbsp minced ginger
1 small diced shallot.
head of your favorite lettus.
1/2 cup bean sprouts
1/4 cup shreded carrots
1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
1/4 cup sweet Saki(optional but delicious, the alcohol will cook off)
1/4 cup chopped peanuts(just put some whole peanuts in a blender or food processor)
1/4 cup olive oil(optional)
its really simple...
olive oil in a large skillett.
start to cook off the turkey, and when its about half way done add everything except the lettus.
all you have to do when its done is grab a spoon and wrap the turkey in the lettus like a burrito and enjoy
u pretty much summed it up broSome guide lines that should suit alot of dieters......
Try to stay under 60g carbs per serving, 40 is preferable. Must yield high protein upwards of 40g per serving also. Fats should always remain low unless from healthy sources (and still shouldnt be TOO high) like fish or nuts. In the instance it is high in fats due to fish or nuts or a healthy fat source, the carb content should be drastically lower. Saturated and trans fats are a big no no. Dairy is usually out of the question. Fatty meats are also out of the question (sausage, bacon, some steaks etc..). When cooking it is best to avoid olive oil (unless on keto diet) and use something with no calories for pan coating like PAM.
All seasonings are acceptable (unless you are sodium restricting). All vegetables are also acceptable.
Carb sources need to be low GI (no sugars). You can check most GI lists that will have a full listing on most foods you could incorporate.
If anyone else has anything to add, please do.
grilled chicken with a thai peanut sauce:How bout something with Chicken and Natural Peanut butter..
2 WORDS....STUFFED PEPPERS!!!!!!!Tkav I need your help!!! I have a 5 pounds of lean ground sirloin sitting in the freezer that needs to be eaten. Do you have any low fat meatball or meatloaf recipes? ...Or any other creative ideas, I should try? Thanks!