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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Spicy warm chicken salad

Spicy warm chicken noodle salad - a meal in under 30 minutes. Bursting with fresh and tangy spice. Under 400 calories.
If you're not sure whether you fancy a salad or a hot meal, this is a great way to satisfy both. It's wonderful on a hot day and doesn't quite feel like a salad on a cool day.
There is only one ingredient that needs cooking ahead, and that's the noodles. Cook then cool and marinate in the spices.
What's more you can double up the portions and put some in the lunchbox. Very versatile. Here's the recipe:

Saturday, 14 March 2015

PEPPERS & PASTA

Just a few ingredients transformed this easy PASTA & PEPPER dish which was ready within 30 minutes.
Keeping the peppers nice and chunky added great texture. Most of the calories in this meal come from the pasta. One small bell pepper weighing approximately 75g is around just 15 calories - so there's no need to skimp on them. As the peppers are the main component, aim to use at least 100g per person.
I used 75g dried pasta - which is approximately 265 calories. The whole dish is below 400 calories, very nutritious and most of all, very satisfying. Take a look at our recipe below:
Find out how we lost weight and have been keeping the weight off ever since with a method you can easily replicate.
Do you know how many calories you can eat each day?
Our very first blog post about our weight loss journey - back in 2011.
You'll find our successful weight loss method and a few tips and tricks here: WEIGHT LOSS STORY.
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Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Tandoori salmon bites

Tandoori salmon bites
These spicy SALMON party bites are based on our competition winning Tandoori party bites, with our recipe printed on the Total Greek yoghurt pots as a result.
They are easy to prepare and low in calories, at around 50 calories each. Eat them as a light starter or lunch too. Serve them hot or cold.
These versatile party bites work out at around 25p each, with a small 120g piece of salmon creating 10-12 snacks.
Take a look at our recipe below.
Be who you want to be.
Do you know how many calories you can eat each day?
Our very first blog post about our weight loss journey - back in 2011.
You'll find our successful weight loss method and a few tips and tricks here: WEIGHT LOSS STORY.
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Saturday, 7 March 2015

BEEF AND MUSHROOM PIE

Beef and mushroom pie
National Pie Week was celebrated with a home made beef and mushroom pie. The recipe is easy enough if a little time consuming. You can make this in two stages by cooking the beef first and eventually making it into a pie.
We used a cheap cut of beef and slow cooked this first in the slow cooker. You can use any of the cheap cuts such as brisket, stewing beef or braising steak. If you can find it, you can also use LMC - which stands for leg of mutton, a cut from over the blade, and often used for a pot roast. We wanted to test this cut of meat which we hadn't used before, and we were very impressed with the results and flavour.
Eating food you enjoy is the secret to keeping the weight off. It's no good craving foods you can't eat because the likelihood is that you will end up eating it anyway, partly because you are thinking about it all the time.
Be who you want to be.
Do you know how many calories you can eat each day?
Our very first blog post about our weight loss journey - back in 2011.
You'll find our successful weight loss method and a few tips and tricks here: WEIGHT LOSS STORY.
Tweak what you eat and lose weight.
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