Food/Supplements Meals and Recipes Thread

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showdownhero

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So I had a snoop around and can't find any thread dedicated to nutritional meals and recipes. I think it would be nice if we had a place where posters of all nutritional walks of life are allowed to post up there wares (preferably without pot shots taken from opposing camps). This allows posters who share their nutritional ethos to add extra recipes to their repertoire and also gives newbies an insight into our passion for the meal plans we follow.

I'll get the ball rolling with some of my LCHF/Keto/Primal/Banting recipes

 

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Protein Pancakes
50g of oats
1 full egg
30g of WPI

Blend oats and mix with WPI.

Add egg and water. Mix together and pour into fry pan.

Top with 100g of mixed berries and 20g of honey

Macros - 41.4g protein 10.5g fat 56g carb 484 calories.
 

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Protein Pancakes
50g of oats
1 full egg
30g of WPI

Blend oats and mix with WPI.

Add egg and water. Mix together and pour into fry pan.

Top with 100g of mixed berries and 20g of honey

Macros - 41.4g protein 10.5g fat 56g carb 484 calories.
I'm currently looking for and experimenting with a keto pancake recipe.

They'll most probably be a little bland but I'm going to top them with a chocolate ganache that is seriously hnng
 

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I'm currently looking for and experimenting with a keto pancake recipe.

They'll most probably be a little bland but I'm going to top them with a chocolate ganache that is seriously hnng
Pwoar, these worked out a treat. I'll post up pics and recipe tomorrow (my time)
 

Lach72

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I might give this one a go tonight. I haven't tried cooking anything with mince for probably a year now, back when I stopped eating pasta.

I should start experimenting with mince a bit, it's a nice cheap source of meat.
I quite like doing meatballs of any description.
Especially curried one.

Usually mix in spices and, Garlic and ginger and some egg, with coriander and nuts like cashew or pistachio.
Then make a rich sauce using ghee and coconut cream, lemon juice and some diced tomatoes...goes good
 

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This is another of my staples: big salad with the lot - bacon, cheese, fried egg, broccoli, avocado, olives, mushroom, onion, capsicum and carrot.

Dressing is a homemade job of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic and hot English mustard.

Homemade sweet potato fries and sauerkraut on the side.

 

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Mexican chilli beef with crispy grilled cheese and guacamole

1954 cals 128g Fat (59%) 24g carbs (5%) and 173g protein (36%)

Full recipe http://thefitpublican.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/chilli-beef-with-aged-cheddar-and.html

Follow away my friend :):thumbsu:
Can confirm this is pretty delicious. Next time I'll add bacon to ramp up the awesomeness even more.

I reckon I could happily go a 1:1 ratio with cheese too. Felt like I put shitloads on and I still wanted more! I think I might have a cheese addiction.
 

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This is another of my staples: big salad with the lot - bacon, cheese, fried egg, broccoli, avocado, olives, mushroom, onion, capsicum and carrot.

Dressing is a homemade job of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic and hot English mustard.

Homemade sweet potato fries and sauerkraut on the side.

As much as I try I can never get sweet potato chips crispy. Any hints?
 

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As much as I try I can never get sweet potato chips crispy. Any hints?
I have one of these awesome air fryers. (Well my housemate does, but I'll be investing in one if he ever moves out. Couldn't live without one now)

I just coat them in olive oil and it cooks them perfectly every time in 12 minutes.
 

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Fastest cauliflower rice.

Anyone here love their cauliflower rice? If you haven't seen this check it out its brilliant. She prattles on so just go to 1.30 on the vid

I tried it last night and I couldn't believe how fast, simple and effective it is. Basically just add water to your chopped caulie in the blender for 10-15 seconds and strain.



 

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I make cauliflower rice all the time (had it tonight) and do it in a food processor. Doing it like above is OK, but it's hard to get all the water out and the texture isn't anywhere near as good. I've found if doing a small amount I'll just chop it up finely, it ends up tasting the same as if I did it in a food processor anyway.
 

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Breakfast this morning was:
Fried onion, garlic, and bacon and fennel seed/ and cracked pepper, then add in half a punnet mushies, a bunch of rough chopped asparagus and a chopped tomato...Bit of chopped parsley at the end.

Does enough for two people. was good...had run out eggs, otherwise a fried one on top
 

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