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Heres the Chili Ive been making. modified recipe. make sure you have a big ass pot
makes 8-9 servings
3.5 lbs extra lean ground beef
1-1.5 large chopped onion
2 large chopped green bell pepper (make bigger chunks)
2 large chopped red bell pepper (make bigger chunks)
1/3 cup chili powder
little less than 1/4 cup crushed chilis
2-3 cloves garlic, minced
1 rounded tablespoon ground cumin
1 chopped jalapeno pepper (partially de-seeded as i dont like super hot)
2 (28 ounce size) cans diced tomatoes
1 (23 ounce size) can Hunts thick and rich pasta sauce
2 (16 ounce size) cans kidney beans, drained and rinsed
salt and pepper to taste (my last batch i used no salt at all)
1-Fry up ground beef and onion (will take 2 pans)
2-Combine everything into extra large pot and stir well and bring to boil
3-Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer 1.5 hours. stirring occasionally.
Meatballs. easy to make a bunch and freeze them. then throw them into spagetti for a quick and easy meal.
should make about 40 meatballs. good for 5-8 servings depending on how many you eat at a time.
2 pounds lean or extra lean ground beef
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup bread crumbs
1/3rd cup parmesan cheese
1 clove garlic, minced
salt and pepper
(you can add more spices in if you want. this is just a simple way)
*easiest if you make it 1lb (half) at a time
1-In a bowl combine everything and mix real well. get in there with your hands and do it
2-Roll into balls the size of a golf ball and place on a tinfoiled cookie sheet sprayed with Pam.
3-Bake in oven at 350 for 30 minutes flipping once at about 20 minutes.
i think me and rrxtar are the only ones that eat lol
salad with sockeye salmon patties
one can of sockeye salmon
one onion diced really well
1/4 cup soy flour
and random spices
mix all of the stuff together in a bowl get your hands in there, it makes 4 "burgers " then i used coco oil to cook them in a pan till there brown and crispy
i put just the Kraft olive oil dressing and one avocado
In a saucepan, use low-medium heat and some coconut oil. Beat the eggs, and slowly cook while stirring.
When eggs begin to solidify, add some coconut milk. Not too much, I'd say no more than 1/2 cup.
Keep stirring, and eventually you'll get this fluffy texture that is similar to a custard.
Plate the eggs, and throw on some berries. Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, whatever.
Lightly sprinkle with cocoa powder and cinnamon.
It actually tastes even better cold. Like a dessert!
This recipe has a ton of protein, lots of good fat, and some carbs from fruit (not garbage). It's full of antioxidants from the fruit, cocoa, and cinnamon, and will keep you full for a long time, considering it only takes a few minutes to make.
jsut made this simmered curry chicken in my slow cooker
3 cups chopped onion
2 med green peppers copped
2 lbs of chix breast or thighs bite sized and boneless
2 cups of cheap medium salsa
4 tsp grated ginger
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp red pepper flakes
2 cup chopped cilantro
2 tsp sugar
2 tsp powdered curry (i used 3tsp of green curry paste)
2 tsp salt
onions and green peppers in bottom of pot, chickens on top
mix salsa ginger garlic and red pepper flares, spoon over chicken cover
cook on low for 6 hours
combine cilantro sugar curry and salt, stir into chicken stuff
cook on high for another 15
pour over brown rice and omnom
(i use a 6 quart cooker, i coulda fit double this recipe easy, ill double it all next time)
Originally Posted by RRxtar
Ugliness and fatness are genetic disorders, much like baldness or necrophilia, and it's only your fault if you don't hate yourself enough to do something about it.
I work 10-12 hour days outside with no fridge or heat. I eat 2 full chicken breasts everyday for lunch.
The key is to prepare ahead of time. On sundays, cook up a weeks worth of chicken and pasta or brown rice. both can be eaten cold for lunch/dinner.
I always start my day with a big bowl of oatmeal. and not that prepackaged sugar oatmeal. add some cinnamon and chopped up granny smith apples. mmmm.
Other things like chili or stew can be warmed up in the morning in the microwave and kept piping hot in a good thermos for lunch. Infact, my thermos can keep chili nearly too hot to eat for 8 hours no problem.
the pasta sauce has 70g carbs for the whole can. 1/4th of it is fiber
the 2 cans of crushed tomatos have 126g carbs total. 1/3rd of it is fiber
the 2 cans of kidney beans have 238g carbs BEFORE draining. half is fiber
the carbs in fresh veggies is irrelevent because the other nutrients in them outweigh the negatives of the carbs
ground beef has no carbs
so that gives about 434g carbs. minus the fiber (since fiber is not broken down into glucose) and youve got about 280g carbs over 9 servings you're looking at 30-35g of per meal. include veggies youre maybe at 50g per meal. most people will argue that veggie carbs are not a problem unless youre very very strict.
there is a TON of protein in it tho.
the kidney beans are good for about 130g protein
the ground beef is good for about 320g protein.
just those 2 are worth 450g protein. say theres another 50g protein spread amongst the veggies and sauce.. 500g protein over 9 servings. roughly 55g protein per meal.