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12-02-2005, 11:36 PM
I ate an order tonight and I'm trying to guess how many calories it was. 12 chicken balls.
Checking the internet I'm getting anywhere from 800 to 1800 calories. Why is chinese food so hard to track down (other than the whole pure terror thing it inspires when you go to add it up)?
12-03-2005, 12:40 AM
If you're bulking (which I think you are), low ball it. Otherwise I'd go for the average.
alil more description please haha
maybe we can figure it out
12-03-2005, 08:37 AM
It was an order identical to this.
There is not a thing healthy about them at all. Chunks of questionable might be chicken but could just as easily be housecat deep fried in a batter heavy with egg, sodium, and god knows what else.
That MEAL was meant to be a bulk :evillaugh but overall I was trying to up my calories to above 2000 this week to recalculate my maintenance. I think the order of chicken balls was overkill... but so tasty.
Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls Recipe:
1 lb ground chicken 568 32f/0c/65p
1 egg 96 /6/5f/1c/8p
1 clove garlic 4.5 0f/1c/0p
5 tbs flour 94 0f/20c/2.5p
3 tbs canola oil 370 42f/0c/0p
14oz pineapple 103 1g/26c/1p
1 cube chicken buoillon 30 1f/.5c/3.5 p
1 green pepper 30 0f/7c/1p
2 tbs sugar 98 0f/25c/0p
thats about it.. plus soy sauce that they add in, ginger, salt, pepper. ~1400 calories.. you can add the macros yerself
was curious about this myself.. cuz my mom makes them when i go home
12-03-2005, 05:21 PM
mmm...gotta love those chinese fried boneless chicken "shapes" they might not be pure, but they are d*mn tasty...
12-03-2005, 08:27 PM
Looks solid, thanks. Would preperation add anything? They're deep fried, after all... wouldn't they pick up oil?
Definitely not an every day food. :)
probably would pick up oil but ihave no idea how to account for that haha
12-04-2005, 05:10 PM
I have an idea, but you'd have to regurgitate it in whole so that we can extract the oil. =)
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