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    Post your simple Recipes

    And I mean very simple. Stuff that takes 5minutes tops to throw together. It doesn't even really have to be a recipe.

    Extra lean ground beef+Tomato sauce. You can add veggies and brown rice to if you want.


    Milk + Splenda + Brown Rice + Cinnamon. This tasted so good and its very simple. Has a good amount of carbs and protein from the milk. I enjoy for breakfast and sometimes pre-workout.

    Sugar free pudding + Protein. Vanilla pudding and chocolate protein are my fav.

    Splenda + Cottage cheese.
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    Oil + Tinned Tuna + 2-3 Eggs + paprika + chopped spinach at the very end. Very quick and loaded with protein

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    Sounds good. Too bad I'm allergic to egg albumin
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    Damn... I actually trained myself to like eggs by making omelettes like this. I'd put loads of different things in them, meat, tinned fish, spices, veggies and then gradually increase the number of eggs and reduce the other ingredients until I liked them. I still make that recipe above though cos it's cheap, fast and nutritious.

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    Egg omelette with taco meat, cheese and salsa.

    Cottage cheese, berries and stevia.

    Refried beans, taco meat, salsa and sour cream.

    Whole roasted chicken with seasoned salt.

    Tuna, favorite salad dressing and cheese.

    Egg omelette with ham covered in (packaged) brown gravy and worcestershire sauce.

    Chicken breast cut into strips and seasoned with buffalo wing spices/seasoning.

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    some of my favs

    1 cup Greek Yogurt + 1 cup blueberries + 2 packets splenda

    scramble:eggs+kielbasa+onions+

    Brownie: 2 scoops choc pro+ 1 egg + 1 tb pb+ 2 packets splenda+ alittle water, microwave for 2 minutes

    and of coarse tuna and bbq sauce

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    fill a bowl with rice:

    top with:
    refried beans
    ground beef
    cheese

    microwave: still hot and cheese is melted

    add salsa
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    shakes:

    -a few cubes of ice
    -milk
    -protein powder
    -frozen fruit
    -maybe some other nutritional powder for extra vitamins

    if im going for more cals or a meal replacement ill add

    -mass gainer
    -peanut butter

    boom, a hefty load of cals, loads of protein and takes not even a min to blend together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cards View Post
    fill a bowl with rice:

    top with:
    refried beans
    ground beef
    cheese

    microwave: still hot and cheese is melted

    add salsa
    i make this often.. although i dont use the refried beans and sometimes i sub with whole wheat pasta

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    cane sugar
    oatmeal
    smuckers natty pb

    LOTS of PB really makes the good.

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    Scrambled eggs and salami with a side of fruit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    Damn... I actually trained myself to like eggs by making omelettes.
    I did that but it was a bit different, i hate fried eggs and i cannot stomach more than 2 boiled eggs or scrambled for that matter.

    I like to do 4 eggs, boil them, put them in a big mug with a bit of butter and a crack of salt, mix it all up with a fork and chow.

    Sounds odd i know but i dont think im alone in the not liking some forms of egg camp
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    It took me quite a while. I was convinced I didn't like eggs up until the age of 22. Omelettes with lots of other ingredients, Spanish tortillas and egg fried rice were my tickets in. Spanish omelettes are amazing but take some time to cook because of the potatoes. Good with toasted cumin seeds. That reminds me;

    Heat oil in pan, add left over rice + 2-3 eggs (+optional veggies) + soy sauce.

    Instant egg fried rice. Whenever I make a stir-fry I deliberately make too much rice, then have this for breakfast the next day. Great way to start the day.

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    Ingrediants:
    1/2 lb of shrimp
    1/2 box of bow tie pasta
    some spinach
    Franks
    something spicy
    oil
    salt

    Boil Pasta -

    1. While boiling pasta, cook only the shrimp in a hot frying pan - not with oil or butter to keep color and size. Once done, put aside.

    2. Cook spinach in the pan, add a tiny bit of water to help cook. Once done,l set aside.

    3. After pasta is done, strain pasta -

    In a large frying pan, add oils, some butter, maybe some garlic, put a even coating of salt over the top of the oil, add some red pepper and a few splashes of franks. ONLY SOME FRANKS NOT THE ENTIRE BOTTLE. Let heat for 2 minutes, add in pasta, shrimp, and spinach - heat for an additional few minutes.


    Very simple pasta and oil dish with shrimp and spinach. I made this last night and it was awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cards View Post
    Ingrediants:
    1/2 lb of shrimp
    1/2 box of bow tie pasta
    some spinach
    Franks
    something spicy
    oil
    salt
    Dont know if im just being dumb or whether its an american thing but whats "Franks"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geordie1986 View Post
    Dont know if im just being dumb or whether its an american thing but whats "Franks"?
    Hot dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geordie1986 View Post
    Dont know if im just being dumb or whether its an american thing but whats "Franks"?
    Quote Originally Posted by IronRanger View Post
    Hot dogs.
    I'm pretty sure he was referring to Frank's Red Hot Sauce
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    Never heard of Frank's hot sauce.

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    corned beef quiche.
    take 2 cans corned beef and slice up, use the beef to totally line a dish instead of pastry.
    fill inside with a mix of 5-7 beaten eggs dependant on size and a half cup of milk, add whatever else you fancy, cheese, bacon and onions are awsome.

    bake in a hot oven for 30 mins and eat.

    great for meals at work where you want 50-60 grames of protien in a small slice of food
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    Heh, if something takes 5 minutes to throw together it's like a Christmas dinner for me. I like to have it made and eaten in 5-10 minutes or less.

    One thing I like is Oscar Myers Turkey slices, the lean ones that say 98% fat free or something. I use 2 slices of Nature's Own whole grain bread, the one with 14g of whole grain per slice, French's mustard, Frank's Original Hot Sauce, Onions, and black pepper. Basically I just layer 3 slices of the turkey with mustard and black pepper on each layer, and in the middle a small puddle of Frank's Hot Sauce and more black pepper, then a good smattering of onions everywhere.

    That's around 185 calories and 23g of protein, for like 30-40 cents? To me it tastes very good and no matter what kind of meat I use the flavors of the mustard and hotsauce are too strong to notice the leanness of it. I'm always trying to mix in some different condiments for other tastes but this is the best I've found so far. As long as the condiment has little or no calories, I couldn't care less about sodium since I drink a gallon or more of water a day, but that might be a problem for others I guess...

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    Chicken Breast Supreme

    Put chicken breast in a baking dish, cover with salsa and spices, cook until done. Cover with cheese. This recipe is simple and a good twist on just regular chicken breast.

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    My favorite simple Almond and Pear Scones Recipe

    2 cups flour
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/2 cup butter, cut into chunks
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1 tsp. ground ginger
    1/2 tsp. baking soda
    1/3 cup chopped candied ginger
    2/3 cup buttermilk
    3/4 cup diced dried pears
    1/2 cup slivered almonds, toasted, divided
    1 egg, beaten, for glaze
    Additional sugar, for glaze

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danielmarkwogh View Post
    My favorite simple Almond and Pear Scones Recipe

    2 cups flour
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/2 cup butter, cut into chunks
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1 tsp. ground ginger
    1/2 tsp. baking soda
    1/3 cup chopped candied ginger
    2/3 cup buttermilk
    3/4 cup diced dried pears
    1/2 cup slivered almonds, toasted, divided
    1 egg, beaten, for glaze
    Additional sugar, for glaze
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    Manchurian is the best and easy thing that we can make fast for that ,I am righting recipe of that.
    Cabbage,
    Capsicum,
    Onion, cut them
    Take half kg Maida and mix cabbage, chilli sauce 1 spoon, Soya sauce 1/2 spoon and corn flow 1/3 spoon and make roll and fry it
    After that take 2 spoon oil and that fry all vegetable and in that add chilli sauce,Soya sauce,corn flow, tomato sauce and as per taste and add water if you want gravy and put the manchurian in gravy and cook it .

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    Tuna Salad in a Red Pepper

    -Take a whole red pepper and cut around the stem in order to take it out along with most of the seeds.
    -Make a quick tuna salad. I just use tuna, mayo, lemon pepper, and sometimes onions.
    -Stuff the tuna salad in the pepper

    I make these before I go to work and have them for lunch. It's a great twist on the classic tuna salad sandwich.
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