How this Fast Diet Lifestyle works: Eat these meals tomorrow, for a calorie total of less than 600. On another day this week, eat the meals from a different post, another day of eating 600 calories or less. Eat sensibly the rest of the week. That’s it. Simple way to lose weight and be healthier. Welcome to Vilma who is now Following.
Here is a continuation of our series of foods from around the world which consist of meat/vegetables wrapped in something — sort of the early idea of a ‘wrap‘. This worldwide culinary occurrence is seen today in meals from New Mexican burritos, Danish cabbage rolls, and Haitain pate. How interesting it is to me that such diverse cultures should share the same idea and interpret it in such diverse ways. Food is fascinating. Cuisine is creative. Even on a Fast Day.
Breakfast Burrito: 225 calories 12 g fat 3.5 g fiber 11.7 g protein 29.4 g carbs 108 mg Calcium NB: The food values shown are for the tortilla, egg filling, and the fruit, not for the optional beverages. Inspired by breakfasts enjoyed at the Frontier Restaurant in Albuquerque, N.M., this has all the tastes of the Southwest in a filling yet low-calorie meal. one 6” corn tortilla, MUST be 65 calories per tortilla one 2-oz egg 1 oz roasted green chiles, available canned under the ‘Hatch’ brand 1 Tbsp carne adovada – this is boiled pork shoulder with hot spices. Make a batch and freeze it in small amounts or see if you can find it at a Mexican market. Large pinch oregano, Mexican oregano if you can find it. [Hot sauce to taste] 1 tsp cheddar cheese, finely grated 1 oz of apple See the full recipe posted on June 26, 2016 in Street Food
Danish Stuffed Cabbage: 282 calories 5.7 g fat 5.7 g fiber 35 g protein 25 g carbs 125 mg Calcium PB GF Craig Claiborne’s NY Times International Cookbook provided this recipe. Its history involves a Swedish king and the Ottoman Empire. Very royal origin for a common meal found all over, where cabbages are grown. 4 oz turkey meat, raw 2 oz pork meat, raw 2.5 oz veal, raw ½ cup fresh bread crumbs [from whole-grain 70-calorie bread] 2 oz milk 1 oz egg white sage + salt + pepper 4 whole cabbage leaves from a whole head 1/3 c pickled beets + dab of mustard See the full recipe posted on 14-October-2018 in Diocletian.
Haïtian Chicken Pate Filling: makes ~2 cup 1 Tbsp = 10 calories One, as shown, wrapped in puff pastry: 64 calories 4.0 g fat 0.4 g fiber 1.2 g protein 6.4 g carbs 2.3 mg Calcium 1 habañero pepper ¼ cup chopped onion + 2 tsp garlic, minced ½ pound ground chicken ¼ cup shredded carrot 2 tsp no-salt tomato paste 2 tsp lime juice + 1 tsp cider vinegar 1 Tbsp chopped scallion + 1 Tbsp chopped parsley + 1 tsp fresh thyme leaves ½ tsp pepper + ¼ tsp salt + 1/8 tsp ground clove + 1/8 tsp ground nutmeg Cut the pepper lengthwise and scrape the seeds out of one half. Chop both halves. Prepare a mise en place. You will be adding ingredients at rapid intervals, so do the prep now. Spritz a non-stick skillet with non-stick spray. Saute the pepper, onion, and garlic for 3 minutes until tender. Add the chicken and cook 5 minutes, stirring often. Add carrot and cook for 2 minutes. Add tomato paste and stir constantly for one minute. Pour in the lime juice and vinegar, then stir and add the scallion and all the seasonings. Stir, take off heat, and cool. Run it all through the food processor. Use in omelettes, bakes, quiches. Wrap in wonton wrappers or roll out purchased puff pastry and cut into 20 squares. Use 1 Tbsp filling per square, seal edges and bake at 400 F for 15 minutes. Look for it on May 5 when the foods from Haïti will be featured.