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Friday, January 14, 2011

Game on Diet Recipes

Here are a couple more recipes, again I haven't tried them, so if you do let me know if they are any good, and if I get any of them tried I will do the same.  These recipes come from the book The Game On! Diet: Kick Your Friend's Butt While Shrinking Your Own

Bill's Spicy stuffed pepper to go (1 serving)

1 bell pepper (prefferably yellow, red, or orange)
1 tsp dijon mustard or garlic aioli
2 slices turkey breast
1 tsp olive oil or four olives
1 c low fat milk

Pop out stem and shake out the seeds of the pepper.  Spread the DIjon mustard or garlic aioli on the slices of turkey.  Roll the turkey slices and stuff them into the pepper.  Drizzle the olive oil or stuff the olives into the pepper for your healthy fat.  Drink your glass of milk then scarf the rest on the run.  Crisp, refreshing, filling, delicious, fast food.

Aussi Jo's Surf 'n'Turf Salad (1 serving)

1/2 head of romaine lettuce (the greener end)
1 green onion, chopped
1 tomatoe (nice and red for full flavor)
3 or 4 peperoncini
Cucumber slices to taste
1 stalk celery chopped
1 small carrot, chopped
1/4 can unsweetened corn
3 artichoke hearts (we suggest you use the canned version)
1/2 a palm size portion of chicken
1/2 a palm sized portion of tuna

Dressing (1 serving)
Whisk the following ingredients in a small mixing bowl.  Be sure to mix the garlic and balsamic vinegar together first so the vinegar has time to work its magic on the garlic.
1 garlic clove (crushed)
1/8 cup balsamic vinegar
dash of soy sauce
1 tsp flaxseed oil or olive oil
salt and pepper to taste.

There is a couple more ideas for you... I will keep posting more recipes as I can.

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