Your recipes please

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03/10/2005 at 20:47
Hi, I would appreciate any easy(ish) low fat, high fibre, protein rich recipes. I only realy know baked spud with beans and pasta with a slosh of dolmio! Thanks guys
03/10/2005 at 20:48
bean bake
but i put cheese on the top
ill go
i dont do low fat
03/10/2005 at 20:56
Is low fat, high protein possible?

03/10/2005 at 21:06
Anything with Tofu in (low fat, high protein). It tastes grim on its own but it soaks up other flavours beautifully. Cut it into squares, toss in some spices, fry in a good veg oil till crisp, serve with pine nuts and rice. Actually quite nice.
03/10/2005 at 21:10
O.K how about some recipes that are good running fodder. And i only really meant saturated fat.
Blisters    pirate
03/10/2005 at 22:34
Are you really sure about that because your own suggestions seemed to be fairly heavy on the carbo too?

Are you looking to build muscle endurance, or merely muscle-man bulk? For bulk go high protein, but the received wisdom is for runners to go high carbohydrate, and slow burn carb at that.

I would suggest to take any recipe that you fancy, and merely to add an extra potato, heap of rice, or shovel of pasta to the quanity recommended. For every mile that you run each day, you should add 100 calories (from carbs) to your daily diet.

Run to eat, eat to run.

And go and buy Delia Smith "One is Fun".
04/10/2005 at 07:50
TAW - may I point you in the directions of this thread?
04/10/2005 at 08:05
TAW - put The Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition by Anita Bean on your Xmas list. Great book easy recipes.
04/10/2005 at 16:32
Thanks voods - sounds good!
04/10/2005 at 21:37
My huuuuuge powerlifter of a neighbour swears by Tuna smoothies.....yum
05/10/2005 at 10:36
Was my pleasure TAW

Just read the Tuna Smoothie comment ... sorry goldbeetle, I now officially feel ill. Tuna in a Smoothie does NOT sound nice.


By the way, did you know you can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish? LOL
The Evil Pixie    pirate
05/10/2005 at 10:53
bad joke voods!

my latest low fat cheep food is:
cous cous
veggie stock powder
dried veggies

add as desired:

great to have at work as a post run warm meal
05/10/2005 at 10:56
Pix - I do the same, but with Quinoa.

The Evil Pixie    pirate
05/10/2005 at 10:57
never had that
what's it like?
05/10/2005 at 11:00
Quinoa (pronounced Keen WAH I think) has a sort of nutty taste from what I remember. Good as a replacement for rice, cous-cous, that sort of thing.

Very Gillian MacKeith though LOL.
05/10/2005 at 11:14
LOL Voods!!

Pix - it's yummy, we had it for dinner last night.

It's a bit bland on its own, but I cook it in boiling stock for about 10 mins (then leave it for about 5 mins with the heat switched off to absorb water). Then I gently fry some onions and whatever veggies I have chopped into small pieces (last night it was tenderstem broccoli, mushrooms, courgettes, fresh peas). Mix it all together and I had that with fresh tuna steak.
05/10/2005 at 13:49
Agree, quinoa is great. Plus it's got a high protein content for a grain.
The Evil Pixie    pirate
05/10/2005 at 13:53
i use cous cous as I just add hot water and leave to fluff up (put lid back on) and it's ready to eat in 5mins
but I will look at this quinoa
07/10/2005 at 08:32
Salmon A La H...

2xSalmon Steaks (boneless), put them in a baking dish, cover with some chopped pineapple, a chopped mango, a chopped red and/or chopped yellow pepper and pour on approx 2 cups of orange juice. (I'll use a small tin of pineapple in juice and stick the juice in too). Put foil on the top and bake for 35 mins at 200o. Serve with brown rice..... Yummy and v healthy!
The Evil Pixie    pirate
07/10/2005 at 09:26
oh that sounds nice!
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