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Nutritious, Delicious Dinners!

Dinner Healthy Pizza pizza meltHere are just some of the things I have been eating for dinner lately! They are really awesome & are quite low-carb. I am trying to eat more veggies!…

So these are really great because I get veggies but still get great flavour. No bland food for me 🙂

The first picture is a cauliflower stir-fry with sesame oil,ginger & garlic with almonds, celery, cauliflower and bean sprouts(almost reminds me of pasta!), red pepper flakes & green onion. Sauce consists of soya sauce, chicken broth, a pinch of cornstarch & about 1/2 tsp splenda sweetener. I had this with a side of sliced turkey breast.

The second picture is slice of  toasted rye bread with some delicious pizza toppings including a little prego pasta sauce, tomato slices, green olives/peppers, turkey pepperoni and low-fat mozzarella cheese all melted under the broil until golden brown and gooey yum! On the side I have a small salad with a few chopped almonds, a little olive oil, apple cider vinegar and balsamic. Such a great dinner!


Let me know if you want more posts like this :)!  Talk to you all tomorrow.



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Cindy Hoods

Friday 21st of December 2012

This looks delicious, and I'd love to make it. Can you post the exact measurements, or at least for the sauce? Not sure how much soy sauce, broth, etc. to use. Thank you!


Friday 21st of December 2012

Sure! It actually isn't much of an exact science for me, i just estimate the measurements :) But when I first made it I think i did about 1/2 tbsp soya sauce, 3 tbsp chicken broth, 1/2 tsp splenda(more if you like it sweeter) & like I said about a pinch(1/8 tsp cornstarch, 1/4 tsp if you want a thicker sauce). The ginger is about 1/4 tsp & 1 large clove of garlic. If you follow my other stir-fry recipe "Tasty Traditional Stirfry" it will help alot with the amounts & directions since it's pretty similar. :)

For the stir-fry again I just throw in the amount of veggies/nuts/red pepper flakes I feel like haha. It makes about 1 large spaghetti bowl serving for this amount of sauce. Sometimes I toss in rice as well with chicken and it still works! Also I cooked this in about 1tsp sesame oil and added a little water at a time if the pan got dry. I highly recommend cooking with this because it gives the vegetables an amazing taste. or try coconut oil and curry powder!

Goodluck! :)

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Wednesday 19th of December 2012

Seriously - looks amazing! I can't wait to make a version for myself :)


Wednesday 19th of December 2012

Great ! I hope it turns out well!


Tuesday 18th of December 2012

Looks good!


Wednesday 19th of December 2012

Thanks !

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