100g Cottage Cheese
75g Mild cheddar
20ml of milk
1 tin of tuna
blend all in in the blender
next boil rice and add to the the blended filling. Note do not blend rice and the product together the rice gives it a nice texture.
You now have a really nice baked potatoe filling. I personally add lots of pepper for spice. You can eat it straight from the fridge... in fact it taste georg cold.. Im a really fussy eater but I must say this recipe is really nice!
I have not worked out the nutritional content yet....
Last edited by civrob; 02-28-2007 at 10:35 AM.
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I don't want to taste George cold. I don't care how good lookin he is.
Sounds good. But can you tell me where I can find a place that sells Potatoes? Are these special?
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Having one of these as I type. Tastes great. I made a few modifications though:
Dropped the tuna to 3 oz.
Since I'm using the potato, I eliminated the rice.
The macros this way work out to:
Fat: 4gm (I used fat free cheddar and lowfat cottage cheese)
Saturated fat: 1gm
Nice little snack.