Receipes`I Used for AAM Week

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  1. galaxy163

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have just finished my frist week on 810.

    I have been asked what receipes i used as i still lost 3lb.

    So i thought i would share it with everyone

    Receipes i used are:

    Cottage Cheese Bake:
    250g of smooth cottage cheese with garlic & hurbs
    1tbs of broccli
    1tbs of cauliflower
    1tbs of cabbage
    6 button mushrooms (small size)
    6 leaves of mint
    6 strands of chives
    Chop up the cabbage, mint, chives & mix together
    cut the steams of the broccoli, cauliflower and cut in to a teaspoon size cut the mushrooms into 4 & add to the cabbage etc
    put all into a oven dish and pour over the top the cottage cheese & top with a few mushrooms on top. place in the oven at 160 for 20
    30 mins. drain off any water when spooning on to a plate and enjoy!!!
    can add black ground pepper to taste.

    Chicken Lobby.
    175g chicken breast without skin
    1tbs of broccoli
    1tbs of cauliflower
    1tbs of cabbage
    6 button mushrooms (small size)
    6 leaves of mint, chive,
    i teaspoon of bouillon in half a pint of hot water
    black pepper

    Cut the chicken up into small cubes and brown in a frying pan useing water not oil (it will not stick to the pan)
    place into a cassarole dish.
    add all veg in small size peices
    add the bouillon (from daliy allowance)
    cover and cook in the oven on 150 for an hour.
    serve in a dish and add black pepper to taste.

    Cod Baked in milk.

    275g of white cod
    skimmed milk to cover fish
    1 tbs of cabbage
    1 tbs of broccoli
    1 tbs of cauliflower
    6 leaves of mint
    6 leaves of parsley
    6 slices of chives
    put the fish into a oven dish and cover with milk(from daily allowance) cut up and sprinkly on parsley and chives add black pepper to top.
    bake in the oven on 150 for 20-30 mins
    put all veg in a steamer and steam for about 20 mins or boil in a pan put all veg on a warm plate and place fish in the middle spoon on some of the milk, yum yum!!!

    tuna and cottage cheese salad

    130g of tuna in spring water
    160g of reduced fat plain cottage cheese
    2tbs of mixed green salad leaves
    10 thin slices of cucumber
    6 mushrooms
    6 mint leaves,
    6 strands of chives

    drain of the water of the tuna put into a mixing bowl and add all cottage cheese add mint & chives thinly chopped mix altogether,
    place salad on a plate and put the mixed tuna cottage cheese in the middle, place cucumber round the edge and place half a sliced mushroom between each cucumber put rest of the mushrooms in the middle, easy peesy!!!! no cooking.

    Hope these help you they did me

    good luck
    maria x x
     
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    Thanks for sharing - cottage cheese bake has already made my day, just imagining it... will have it for tea.... yum!
    xx
    PS - are they to serve one or two?
     
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    Well galaxy I just had the cottage cheese bake!! I made it slightly differently to you, I used plain cottage cheese (not smooth either) and didn't use the mushrooms or the chives and mint but I put a bit of grated cheese on top instead and I have to say it was delicious!! In fact I think I will have that again tomorrow night and will definitely be having it even when I finish the diet, thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us xx
     
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    Hi

    I am a little confused AAM no longer exists it has been substituted by SS+, this of course can be introduced every fifth week as AAM used to be.

    However, your portion sizes seem a little large. You are only supposed to have 2 tbs of veg in total in some of the recipes you have several tbs and mushrooms as well.

    Green beans, peas and turnips are not allowed on this programme.
     
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    Hiya linda,
    i was told by my cdc it was add a meal as been doing the ss for 12 weeks. i have used the book given to me also by my cdc (weight care with cambridge book) on page 6 it says How long is this step? it says use this step upto 12 weeks on page 8 of that book it dose state turnip, and mushroom, green leaves . in green box it says choose 3 tbs of the veg listed below the mushroom are tiny size button mushrooms which i did say cut into 4 which makes 24 peices. in the blue box it says do add herbs which is mint,chives,parsley. i must agree peas and green beans i thought were ok with been green veg, i thought i was been told right now i dont no you have confused me a bit which is right, i dont want to be giveing receipes out which are wrong maybe i may be best not listing any in the first place.
     
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    Hey hun, don't worry :hug99: It's good see recipes for the 810 up here :clap: Just got to be sure it'll be okay for everyone :)

    It gets confusing with the old terminology. AAM for some people is SS+ and for others 810...depends, so probably best to just call it 810.

    You're right that the quantities of the vegs 810 are 3 tablespoons, but it's 3 tablespoons in total, not for each veg. Sorry :(

    Also peas and beans are lugumes and not allowed as they have higher carb levels. Best to keep to the ones written in the book.

    I know your intentions are good and the recipes are so creative :clap:

    Look forward to seeing more...please. I know people will appreciate them.

    Well done on the 3lbs loss. That's fab (especially considering the legumes :D)
     
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    Galaxy, thanks for posting... I am still very keen to try the cottage cheese bake & I know others will love the meat/fish ones too! It's actually good that you have posted, I wasn't sure the amounts were right as it seemed a lot, but thanks to KD & Linda we are all a bit clearer on the quantities. The booklets aren't as clear as I'd like them to be either, so it's an easy mistake to make. And as KD says, I think it's just that your cdc is calling 810 by it's old name!
    It's great to see some recipes for 810 on here, so keep being creative in the kitchen - and keep sharing! Thanks.
    xxx
     
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    Hiya everyone,

    I am sorry about how many tbs should be used it is not very clear and thankfully Linda and KD have put it right for me and you so will change the amount so it will not cause a problem for anyone else. At least we will all no for next time on 810 week :)
    good luck to every body
    maria x x
     
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    Hi Maria

    Thanks for amending your original post to reduce the amount of veg. The recipes look lovely and I am sure many will try them:)
     
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