My wife made this Chicken , spinach and mushroom bake last night and even the kiddos loved it. I measured out a serving with MFP and came up with 364 cal , 35 gm of Protein and 5 carbs. It was delicious and very moist.
HW - 299 , Consult day weight - 277, Day of surgery - 259,LW - 178, GW - 195, CW - 202.6 , 7.6 lbs to goal.
The picture does look yummy.
I have an awesome recipe for a sort of deconstructed stuffed pepper if you like green peppers...
I use turkey italian sausage (removed from casings), sautee'd with diced onions, minced garlic, diced green peppers, canned diced tomatoes, kale (or spinach), and a tbsp of tomato paste and italian seasonings (garlic powder, thyme, oregano, etc. add some parmesan cheese toward the end once everything is nice and tender, and you can even bake in the oven with some mozzarella on top if you like to add extra cheese.
it's sooooo yummy!
5'4 1/2" tall, HW : 315 lbs, Surgery Wt: 297lbs.
M1: -17.5lbs, M2: -11.5lbs M3: -12lbs M4: -13lbs M5: -13lbs M6: -13.5lbs M7: -12lbs M8: -14lbs M9: -10.5lbs M10: -7.75lbs M11: -5.25lbs M12: -4lbs
Here's something cheap on the wallet but tasty enough to feed company:
Chicken leg quarters are about the cheapest quality meat you can find right now. I can find them on sale for as low as 59¢/pound. You can use any chicken pieces, really, but dark meat is just divine this way.
Line up your chicken pieces in a pan and coat with garlic powder and rosemary. Mix a 1/1 ratio of soy sauce and water and pour it over the chicken pieces. Bake at 325 for an hour, basting every 15 minutes. The juice in the pan is wonderful mixed into some quinoa or rice.
There is room on this earth for all of God's creatures..
next to the mashed potatoes