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#2
Cant help you with the tasty meals I just kept mine very plain and simple and added into my soup , it made the soup much tastier.

If you do a search back on here theres loads of different idea that others have done tho.

Good luck with AAM.
 
#3
So am i

I'm about to start my first add a meal week and i'm getting really excited..actually went shopping today for the first time in weeks and bought salad, chicken and fish....I was very unconcerned about AAM when i started but my cdc warned me i would be grateful for my bit of chicken when i came to it and how right she was :eek:. So sorry, can't actually help with any recommends but i do't think mine is going to last long enough to worry about flavouring it :D I note garlic, chilli and a little bit of stock is allowed so i might try that with the chicken.Maybe we can update this thread after AAM to see what we came up with:confused:
 
#5
Hello,
I am new to this site and just summons up the courage to write. Been on cd next week i start add a meal. just wondererd if anyone had any fav ideas for tasty food.
Want to make the most of my tiny bit of food.

Start Weight 12'12
week 1- 6lb
week 2- 3lb
week 3- 1lb :confused:

Love sarah
Hiya Sarah - and WELCOME to Minimins :D I'm afraid I just have my food as is (ie nuthin fancy !) when I'm on AAM - so can't help you there.....:rolleyes:

But I do know that loads of peeps have FAB ideas for their AAM...and I'm sure someone will be along in a mo to help you out !

You are doing really well so far....keep up the good work !

love

Debz
xx
 

Dibspl

Radix lecti
#6
Hey

How did your first AAM week get on? Any exciting recipes to share?:confused:
 
#7
Hi Dibs and Mum,

I put chicken in foil and covered it in pepper and chilli flakes and left it in the oven (covered) for half an hour, it is lovely with brocolli and cauliflower.

I also had cod one night with veg, nothing fancy.

On my final evening i had cottage cheese, pickled red cabbage and salad (yum)it was really tasty. I cant wait for my next AAM.

Hope this helps a little x
 
#8
Oh forget that last post lol, just realised it was all posted a week ago.
 

Dibspl

Radix lecti
#9
thanks

No, i posted tonight - i had plain chicken and salad, plain fish and veg etc,so any ideas are welcome,even if i have to wait three weeks :sigh: give me something to look forward to ;)
 
#10
I havent had a AAM week yet but will be watching this thread.

I also have a question. I intend to add chicken and veg to my oriental chilli soup to make like a thai curry minus the rice obviously. So is it alright to make the soup a bit thicker and can I add fresh corriander?
 
#11
All i've really had is steamed cod fish with sprinkled dried parsley and cauliflower (very yum) /steamed chicken breast with Brocolli.

Thats all i really want. I did think about the cheese but then i really like my cheese and i might want more than i can have. I might try it on my last day.

Tmrw i might get my chicken breast minced ( so it looks like i am eatin more, lol )and have it with some salad leaves.

Good luck xx :)
 

Fuzzys Angel

The Lovely James Hetfield
#13
I've noticed this is an old thread but i have a lovely recipe i tried a couple of days ago:

Tofu grilled sprinkled with crushed black pepper (otherwise very bland with very little taste),
Dried fryed some courgette, leek & added pak choi for the last 2 mins,
Put the veggies in a nice bowl then the cooked tofu on top, sprinked with a little more pepper & a small sprinkle of garlic....

:eat: Lovely & very filling.

xxx
 

trinakmh

Silver Member
S: 20st3lb C: 20st3lb BMI: 50.1 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#14
Tofu grilled sprinkled with crushed black pepper (otherwise very bland with very little taste),
Dried fryed some courgette, leek & added pak choi for the last 2 mins,
Put the veggies in a nice bowl then the cooked tofu on top, sprinked with a little more pepper & a small sprinkle of garlic....

:eat: Lovely & very filling.

xxx
Sounds yummie Mandi, i'll have to give that one a go! ;)
 
#15
I've noticed this is an old thread but i have a lovely recipe i tried a couple of days ago:

Tofu grilled sprinkled with crushed black pepper (otherwise very bland with very little taste),
Dried fryed some courgette, leek & added pak choi for the last 2 mins,
Put the veggies in a nice bowl then the cooked tofu on top, sprinked with a little more pepper & a small sprinkle of garlic....

:eat: Lovely & very filling.

xxx
mmmm, that does sound nice. I think i might try that one too. :D

Tonight though, i am having chicken breast (steamed) sprinkled with lots of chilli powder (i like chilli food :D) and maybe some sliced cucmbers.

I only steam my food because its the only thing i am good at, lol, and its quick and easy. I might try grilling soon.

Happy munching :) xx
 
#16
I'm on AAM after being on SS since Jan (changed from LL so this is the first I've eaten) and am using it as the stabilisation plan. Can you eat chilli? All I thought you could eat add was herbs or a little stock and black pepper? I love chilli so would be very pleased if I could add it!!
 
#17
I'm on AAM after being on SS since Jan (changed from LL so this is the first I've eaten) and am using it as the stabilisation plan. Can you eat chilli? All I thought you could eat add was herbs or a little stock and black pepper? I love chilli so would be very pleased if I could add it!!
Well i use this chilli powder stuff that my mum uses in her curries. I was abit worried about if i could use it or not so i called up my CDC and she that was fine.

I am not used to eating plain fish, chicken etc because we eat mainly indian cuisine in my house, so i never know what to add to fish/chicken to make it taste better or even how to cook it.

I would check with your CDC and see what they have to say about the Chillie.

If i get knocked out of ketosis i know it was the chilli powder, lol.

Good luck xx :)
 
#18
mmmm, that does sound nice. I think i might try that one too. :D

Tonight though, i am having chicken breast (steamed) sprinkled with lots of chilli powder (i like chilli food :D) and maybe some sliced cucmbers.

I only steam my food because its the only thing i am good at, lol, and its quick and easy. I might try grilling soon.

Happy munching :) xx
daft question - can you steam somthing without a steamer - and if so, how?:confused: thanks!
 
#19
daft question - can you steam somthing without a steamer - and if so, how?:confused: thanks!
I am not sure on this. I think i did read something about this awhile ago but what i am thining of seems a little bizarre so i wont post it, lol.

I will try to find out for you tho.

xx :)
 

Ceri

Full Member
#20
I know this is a little late but you can steam things without a steamer. I know someone who wraps salmon in foil and puts it in the dishwasher!! Never tried it myself though. She swears its the best way!
You can steam veg in a saucepan. Just sit a sieve above boiling water and cover with a lid or even foil. Did this once when I ran out of tiers on my steamer. Turned out fine.
Ceri.
 


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