Jazzy Allergy Recipes Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes 5 Small Tomatoes Cut Off The Top And Remove The Insides 5 Oz Can Tuna Drained 1 Tsp Olive Oil 1 Tsp Mustard
Some have even told me that they want to make sure that consuming these meals doesn t affect their overall results. To address these concerns I ll look at some nutritional information for some of these chef s table entrées. Since the biggest concern seems to be about the calories and protein I ll then take the averages of both to give you a better idea of what you d be taking in if were to consume these meals on a regular basis. It may make you feel better to know that the chef s table meals are in line with the other meals on all plans including the core or the select lines. All of the meals are pretty low in calories and pretty high in protein. For example the steak tagliata has 260 calories 22 grams of protein 2 grams of fibers and 18 of carbohydrates.
Casseroles: Mom was right. Casseroles are easy to prepare and money saving too! Start with cooked rice pasta or millet. Use brown rice instead of white rice or pasta shells or ziti in place of spaghetti noodles for variety. Stir in cooked chopped meat and your favorite vegetables. Peas carrots and corn are especially good choices in casseroles as they maintain their flavor even when baked at high temperatures. Mix everything together with a thickened broth or a can of low-fat low-sodium cream of celery soup. Add herbs for flavor. Top the casserole with dried bread or cracker crumbs and grated cheese and bake until hot and bubbly. Serve with a tart relish chutney or dill pickles on the side for a complete meal. Cost: Food court baked ziti $3.49 Homemade $1. Sandwiches: Traditionally considered lunch food sandwiches are now a dinnertime favorite too. Keep whole-wheat sandwich rolls or pita bread in the cupboard to make your own Hoagies Grinders or Italian sandwiches. Start with a flavorful mustard (Walla Walla Sweet Onion by AJ s Edible Arts and Seadog Beer Mustard by Raye s Mustards are good choices) and stuff with deli meat and cheese prepared hummus chicken tuna or egg salad. Add slices of bell pepper tomato spinach avocado olives and pickles and top with a splash of olive oil and red wine vinegar. For an even heartier sandwich add marinated artichoke hearts pineapple chunks or grilled eggplant slices. Cost: Sandwich shop grinder $6. Homemade: $2.
To the soup pot add; chopped or instant minced onion cut up cooked meat or drained canned beans your favorite frozen vegetables a handful of rice barley or pasta and dried herbs like basil thyme rosemary bay and/or marjoram for flavor. Simmer until heated through and the rice or pasta is cooked 20-30 minutes. Just before serving add a splash of balsamic or red wine vinegar and season with freshly ground black pepper. To make a soup extra special top with dumplings serve over a slice of toasted French bread or serve in a purchased bread bowl. Cost: Deli soup $2.59 Homemade $1 per serving. Stir Fries: Stir-fries are a great way to use up odds and ends of leftovers. Heat olive or peanut oil in a skillet. Quickly cook small pieces of chicken beef or shrimp and add cut up vegetables like carrots zucchini broccoli bell pepper and green beans. Make a simple but flavorful sauce by mixing together broth or water and orange or pineapple juice. Add a dash of cayenne pepper your favorite herbs and a little cornstarch. Stir the mixture until the sauce thickens adding more water if necessary. Serve over rice or noodles. Cost: Lunch counter rice bowl: $5.49 Homemade $2.50.