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  • nighthawk584nighthawk584 Posts: 904Member Member Posts: 904Member Member
    my go to lunch most days...7 oz. air fried chicken breast with a large salad. 536 calories with 68 grams of protein.

    That looks so good!
    What I love best for lunch, but with honey-mustard instead of - is that hot sauce?

    yes, sriracha ...honey mustard is great too
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,059Member Member Posts: 7,059Member Member
    Triple green kale salad topped with couple fried eggs. dinner in 30 minutes.
  • kshadowskshadows Posts: 1,313Member Member Posts: 1,313Member Member
    Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal this morning. nom nom nom
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,033Member Member Posts: 4,033Member Member
    SE Asian glass noodle salad with lightly pickled carrots and cucumber. Vietnamese pork chop currently marinating in caramel fish sauce. Asian roast asparagus with ginger powder, garlic and pepper.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,059Member Member Posts: 7,059Member Member
    Pork kebabs, berbere spiced roasted carrots, squash, mushrooms, green onions, naan.
  • Danicus10Danicus10 Posts: 21Member, Premium Member Posts: 21Member, Premium Member
    Last thing i cooked was my lunch and breakfast for today which was lite creole chicken breast seared in a pan of coconut oil over wild and brown rice with Brussels sprouts then used the same pan as the chicken to cook my egg whites to soak up rest of the lite creole seasoning and add turkey sausage links.

    Pictures on my page go ahead add me! looking for more supporters for my weight loss journey
  • gentlygentlygentlygently Posts: 670Member Member Posts: 670Member Member
    Vege chilli and brown rice

    (The chilli included Butternut squash, savoy cabbage and very long runner beans - you can tell its autumn!)
  • ksergkserg Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    Goat chilli:

    64oz goat leg meat (boneless) (I debone my own, so I add a bone to it whilst cooking and then toss it.)
    Two onions
    Six cloves of garlic
    Four jalapenos
    Two poblanos
    Two anaheims
    Two cans of diced roasted tomatoes (too lazy to make that myself, maybe next time.)
    Chili Powder
    6 tsp of Olive oil (that's what I ended up using, can be less I guess.)
    black pepper
    1-2 teaspoons of All-Purpose Flour

    * Brown the meat with cumin powder, chilli powder, black pepper, salt
    * saute onions, garlic, and peppers with cumin powder, chilli powder, black pepper, salt
    * Mix them all with meat and tomatoes.
    * Add spices as needed above as needed.
    * Have a beer whilst slow cooking it for a few hours, until you remember about it. I guess 2 hours?
    * If the gravy is runny, take few spoons of the gravy, mix it with all-purpose flour and mix it back into the chilli. Two teaspoons are usually enough.

    Serving is about 6, I guess. Might be eight or whatever, I am a big dude, and I only eat two times a day, so 6 for me.

    {though, I am calling you out on the Cholesterol part, MFP, poppycocks!!!! Having said that, it's lowish, a goat is pretty healthy.)

    Make sure goat is young, taste amazing. Older ones don't taste as great.
    For every bean you add to this, a kitten will die.

    Toppings are whatever you want. It's your world, just don't let beans touch this... Love beans, but chilli can not have beans in it! It's the law!!!! You don't want to break the law... do you?


    edited October 10
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,059Member Member Posts: 7,059Member Member
    Better than noodles fettuccine mixed in with real fettuccine, putanesca, shrimp.
  • acpgeeacpgee Posts: 4,033Member Member Posts: 4,033Member Member
    Vietnamese garlic noodles reads as the world's most unlikely recipe as it contains fish sauce, oyster sauce, parmesan cheese and sugar as well as butter and garlic. But so good.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 7,059Member Member Posts: 7,059Member Member
    garlic and herb crusted cod fillet with fries and asian cabbage slaw.
  • tinkerbellang83tinkerbellang83 Posts: 6,589Member Member Posts: 6,589Member Member
    No pics but I too had a crusted fish dish, mine was lemon and parsley crusted hake with steamed broccoli and green beans, it was so good I couldn't resist some seconds.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,305Member Member Posts: 2,305Member Member
    Roasted sausage and veg. Recipe from MFP blog. So good!
  • weatherking2019weatherking2019 Posts: 263Member Member Posts: 263Member Member
    Last night we had Spaghetti squash with Turkey meat sauce and Mozzarella cheese. Came home from work, prepped the Squash and cooked in oven while I went to work out, the boys (my son and BF) followed my direction and made the meat sauce and put it on the squash, loaded with cheese and back in oven.
    I came home to a DELISH dinner! 😁
  • gentlygentlygentlygently Posts: 670Member Member Posts: 670Member Member
    I’ve got red potatoes layered with tomatoes and red onion and olive oil baking in a hot oven right now - with some garlicky large mushrooms.

    About to get cod popped on top - which is marinading in coriandar/parley/lemon/oil/paprika and cumin. (And carrots and broccoli ready to boil)

    Some plums are baking in sugar and crushed cardamom seeds for pud.

    I’m taking a break now all the work is done (!) and waiting for my nephews/neices/daughter and hubby to arrive..... hope they like it!
  • aokoyeaokoye Posts: 2,993Member Member Posts: 2,993Member Member
    Salmon and corn chowder. I haven't actually eaten any of it, other than to taste for seasoning, but it will be lunch tomorrow. The corn was from the boat load of corn kernels that I froze this summer (I still have half of the bag left) and I used the corn broth that I made earlier this week. I'll likely have to freeze some of it.
  • Latingal19Latingal19 Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    Hi, today I made a spicy broiled Haddock with lemon juice, steamed rice, Normandy vegetables and corn. 😋 This one got a 10/10 and will be on the repeat menu.
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