What does your low carb meals look like??

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  • ettaterrell
    ettaterrell Posts: 887 Member
    I know I wrote them one time telling them they need to add a like button to the message boards because sometimes I agree with people's comments but don't feel like responding lol. Would be so much easier!!!
  • KarlaYP
    KarlaYP Posts: 4,439 Member
    Oh @ettaterrell, that looks delicious! You are ROCKIN it!! :smiley:
  • ettaterrell
    ettaterrell Posts: 887 Member
    Whoop whoop
  • carlsoda
    carlsoda Posts: 3,412 Member
    ettaterrell....that looks SO yummy!
  • ettaterrell
    ettaterrell Posts: 887 Member
    THanks!! I just found my love of duck!!!
  • ettaterrell
    ettaterrell Posts: 887 Member
    edited November 2015
    Shirataki noodle stir fry, mushrooms, cabbage, green onions, egg with soy, ginger and sesame oil! 362 calories

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  • Abm4n
    Abm4n Posts: 529 Member
    I ate kangaroo burgers today smeared with Danish blue cheese but the duck breast looks impossible to resist!
  • bluefish86
    bluefish86 Posts: 842 Member
    @ettaterrell I love shirataki noodles!

    Here's mine from last night....
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  • Emily3907
    Emily3907 Posts: 1,461 Member
    Bookmarked!!
  • Emily3907
    Emily3907 Posts: 1,461 Member
    I kinda throw my recipes together. Shirred eggs are just baked eggs, usually in cream/butter or a sauce like the creamed peas...just bake until eggs are set. I reduce heavy cream on the stove until it thickens to my liking, (reduce by half) & season w/ fresh nutmeg, white pepper, thyme (fresh & ground), salt. That's the base for my creamed peas, spinach or even better, kale. Just stir in leaves that have been wilted & drained. I also saute shallots & add to that as well. I cook for two of us & only make enough for each meal, I don't really have measurements.

    Yeah, gruyere is a type of hard swiss, awesome melted on ham too!

    I need this meal in my life, so I have a couple of quick questions! So you make your creamed peas put in the bottom of the ramekin, then just crack an egg on top and bake in the oven? Then you top with the cheese and bacon?

    Is the yolk runny? Because I love a runny yolk!
  • lodro
    lodro Posts: 982 Member
    Tonight for me: bratwurst (vegetarian) and sauerkraut, keto aligot (cheesy mash) and a great brown gravy to go with it. Will post photos later and the recipe.
  • ms_smartypants
    ms_smartypants Posts: 8,278 Member
    I am making garlic butter/lemon pepper salmon with a salad for dinner
  • petunia773
    petunia773 Posts: 473 Member
    I made baked cod loin with a side of broccoli for supper last night and didn't take a picture until I was half done...not that it looked all that special...I was just proud of myself because its the very first time I've ever cooked fish. I'm not really a fish-person but it was on sale and I thought, why not? I was super impressed it turned out as yummy as it did. I put some butter in the pan and then squeezed some lemon juice (from the plastic lemon that I had in my fridge), shook some dill weed and lemon/pepper seasoning on it. It was still frozen so it took a little longer to cook than I expected, but it was so yummy nummy!! Melted a couple of teaspoons of butter to dip it in. I think I'll be making that again...will need to watch the sales.
  • ettaterrell
    ettaterrell Posts: 887 Member
    petunia773 wrote: »
    I made baked cod loin with a side of broccoli for supper last night and didn't take a picture until I was half done...not that it looked all that special...I was just proud of myself because its the very first time I've ever cooked fish. I'm not really a fish-person but it was on sale and I thought, why not? I was super impressed it turned out as yummy as it did. I put some butter in the pan and then squeezed some lemon juice (from the plastic lemon that I had in my fridge), shook some dill weed and lemon/pepper seasoning on it. It was still frozen so it took a little longer to cook than I expected, but it was so yummy nummy!! Melted a couple of teaspoons of butter to dip it in. I think I'll be making that again...will need to watch the sales.


    I'm not big on fish either but that sounds great!!!
  • JodehFoster
    JodehFoster Posts: 419 Member
    Emily3907 wrote: »

    I need this meal in my life, so I have a couple of quick questions! So you make your creamed peas put in the bottom of the ramekin, then just crack an egg on top and bake in the oven? Then you top with the cheese and bacon?

    Is the yolk runny? Because I love a runny yolk!


    That's exactly what I do, but top with the bacon & cheese before baking. I make the creamed peas fresh, the sauce tends to separate when reheated. 400f for 12-14 min. Yeah, I like a runny yolk too (12 min or less)...you can also stick these under the broiler & keep an eye on them for doneness. I use jumbo eggs, so I'd say less time for smaller eggs.
  • petunia773
    petunia773 Posts: 473 Member
    petunia773 wrote: »
    I made baked cod loin with a side of broccoli for supper last night and didn't take a picture until I was half done...not that it looked all that special...I was just proud of myself because its the very first time I've ever cooked fish. I'm not really a fish-person but it was on sale and I thought, why not? I was super impressed it turned out as yummy as it did. I put some butter in the pan and then squeezed some lemon juice (from the plastic lemon that I had in my fridge), shook some dill weed and lemon/pepper seasoning on it. It was still frozen so it took a little longer to cook than I expected, but it was so yummy nummy!! Melted a couple of teaspoons of butter to dip it in. I think I'll be making that again...will need to watch the sales.


    I'm not big on fish either but that sounds great!!!

    It didn't taste fishy at all and was nice and flaky. I can't do fishy tasting fish....like tuba.
  • carlsoda
    carlsoda Posts: 3,412 Member
    Emily3907 wrote: »
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    Roasted Asparagus, topped with 2 eggs and 3 slices oven cooked bacon. One of my go to breakfasts. :)

    YUM!!!
  • budajava
    budajava Posts: 7 Member
    edited November 2015
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    Cottage cheese