Low Calorie Tuna Recipe

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I Can't Believe It's Not Fattening!: Over 150 Ridiculously Easy Recipes for the Super Busy
I Can't Believe It's Not Fattening!: Over 150 Ridiculously Easy Recipes for the Super Busy
From the New York Times Bestselling author of The Biggest Loser cookbooks: amazingly simple, super-speedy, and decadent recipes that taste sinful but are 100 percent guilt-free

Devin Alexander lives by the motto that "twenty minutes in the kitchen can save you 3 hours on the treadmill!" The chef and author of The Biggest Loser Cookbook has maintained a weight loss of fifty-five pounds for almost twenty years by transforming the decadent dishes that we all crave into fantastic lo-cal indulgences. Now, she shows us how to make those mouthwatering favorites in mere minutes. Because—let's face it, we want what we want and we want it NOW!

With simple, super easy-to-follow recipes for delectable dishes such as Unbelievable Easy Chicken Parmesan, Carmelized Apple Buuter-Topped Pork Chops, Bacon Cheeseburger, and even a Peppermint Brown "Pizza," you can now whip up fantastic, slimming meals in the time it would take to go through the drive-thru.

Featured Recipe: Chicken Breasts with Goat Cheese and Fire-Roasted Tomatoes

This dish is exceptionally easy to make and worth every second. That said, there is one thing to note: Be careful when checking the chicken for doneness. The tomatoes will likely drip into the chicken. If you cut into the chicken or poke it with a fork to test for doneness, be sure it’s not the liquid from the tomatoes making the chicken look pink even if it’s not.


4 (4-ounce) trimmed boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Sea salt and pepper, to taste
Olive oil spray
1/2 cup canned, drained, diced fire-roasted tomatoes or fire-roasted tomatoes with garlic
2 ounces (about 1/2 cup) goat cheese crumbles
2 tablespoons finely slivered fresh basil leaves, or more to taste (optional)
(Serves 4)
Hands-on Time: 7 Minutes
Hands-off Time: 5 to 9 Minutes
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
Season the chicken with salt and pepper.
Place a medium ovenproof nonstick skillet over high heat. When it’s hot, lightly mist the skillet with spray and immediately add the chicken side by side to the pan so it does not touch. Cook the chicken just until it is golden brown on the outsides, 1 to 2 minutes per side.
Remove the pan from the heat and top each piece of chicken evenly with about 2 tablespoons of the tomatoes, followed by about 1/2 ounce of the cheese. Transfer the skillet to the oven and bake the chicken until it is no longer pink inside and the cheese is melted, 5 to 9 minutes. Top evenly with the basil, if desired. Serve immediately.
Makes 4 servings. Each (1 topped breast) serving has: 171 calories, 29 g protein, 2 g carbohydrates, 4 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, 72 mg cholesterol, trace fiber, 198 mg sodium

85% (11)
Tuna Sprout Pockets
Tuna Sprout Pockets
Tuna and Sprout Pockets Ingredients 1/2 cup creamy cottage cheese 1/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 1/4 cup shredded carrot 1/4 cup plain low-fat yogurt 2 Tablespoons low-calorie mayonnaise-based salad dressing 1/2 teaspoon dry marjoram OR savory, crushed 1 (5-oz) Chicken of the Sea® Premium Albacore Tuna Pouch 4 small pita breads, cut in half crosswise 1 cup alfalfa sprouts, washed Directions In bowl, stir together cottage cheese, mozzarella, carrot, yogurt, salad dressing and marjoram. Fold in Chicken of the Sea® Tuna. Cover and chill for 15 minutes or for several hours. Spoon about 1/4-cup tuna mixture into each pita bread pocket. Top tuna filling with alfalfa sprouts. Makes four servings. Preparation Time: 10 minutes, Chill Time: 15 minutes to several hours Source: Chicken of the Sea
Not a low-calorie food
Not a low-calorie food
Easter candies are on sale and I bought it because it says "not a low-calorie food" on the package. I think it is kinda of funny, but it also shows how thoughtful this company is. May be... who knows 20/365 - sugar free doesn't taste good at all :P thanks for viewing and commenting have a nice day

low calorie tuna recipe
low calorie tuna recipe
Crazy Plates: Low-Fat Food So Good, You'll Swear It's Bad for You!
The Looneyspoons sisters are at it again! They've whipped up a brand-new batch of recipes so insanely good (and good for you), there could be only one explanation: Janet and Greta Podleski are crazy about food. And you'll be crazy about them.

Crazy Plates includes:

150 Fabulous Recipes and Featuring: Fat or fiction? Myths and truths about dieting, healthy living and fat-related issues
You do the Math. Actually, we do the math for you! We calculate the fat and calories over one year if you substitute low-fat foods for high-fat.
Who'da Thunk? Why do apples float? Why does popcorn pop? Interesting food questions you never thought to ask and never thought you'd need the answers.
Cooking 101. Tips and tricks to make you a magician in the kitchen!
What the heck is it? Unusual ingredients or cooking techniques explained.
Say it Ain't So. Shocking fat statistics about our favorite foods!
What's in it for me? Complete nutritional analysis: total fat, saturated fat, carbs, protein, sodium, cholesterol, fiber, and percentage of calories from fat
Short Takes. Fascinating facts and stats on: healthy eating/lifestyle issues such as cholesterol, fiber, salt, low-fat eating, and more
The Ex Files. Easy ways to get more movement into your life -- it's not quite like having a personal trainer, but it's a lot cheaper -- and still lots of fun!

Complete up-to-date nutritional information
Personal responses to their fans' letters and questions
Special sections on diet and lifestyle

All-new, all-wonderful, low-fat recipes including:

The Thigh Who Loved Me (Easy-to-make and extra tasty oven-barbequed chicken thighs), The Six Million Dollar Manicotti, My Yammy Spice (A nutritious twist on regular oven-baked fries), and Tuna Turner (Grilled tuna steaks with a tropical fruit marinade)!

"Janet and Greta Podleski make low-fat food high fun."-- People

"A cookbook that has the look, feel and impact of a graphic novel."-- Publishers Weekly

"The zaniest, most reader-friendly cookbook you're likely to encounter. It's humorous, informative, motivational, and full of energy--just like its authors."-- Mary Nagle, Prevention

Praise from Looneyspoons fans:

"Easy, delicious, and fun....This fantastic cookbook is a must for every household! The book is filled with low fat recipes that don't taste like they are low fat."-- a reader from Portersville, CA.

"This is the most fabulous cookbook I have ever owned (and I have a lot of cookbooks)!"-- a reader from Halifax, Nova Scotia

"I saw the girls on the "Today Show" and immediately went out and purchased the book...without a doubt the greatest cookbook I've ever seen, low fat or not!"-- a reader from Detroit, MI.

Janet and Greta Podleski, also known as The Looneyspoons Sisters, are the high-energy authors of the low-fat cookbook Looneyspoons and its follow-up, Crazy Plates. But to call these sisters cookbook authors may be a misnomer: they're more like a wacky comedy team touring Hoboken doing the low-fat-zealot routine for admiring audiences.
No, Crazy Plates is not just about low-fat recipes. There's much, much more here, including fat facts (a pound of body fat--representative of 3,500 calories--if shaped into a ball, would be the size of a softball and equal four sticks of butter), "Trivial Tidbits" (baking soda used to be added to the water for boiling vegetables until it was discovered that it destroyed the veggies' vitamin C), "You Do the Math" (substituting Canadian bacon for the regular high-fat stuff once a week for a year will cut your fat intake by 1,196 grams), and a lot of corny humor ("Did you hear what happened to the peanut when he walked through the park? He was a salted"). Then there are the recipes--accompanied, of course, by cartoons--like Salmon Davis Jr., broiled salmon steaks in a spicy tomato sauce; Mercedes Buns, cinnamon rolls with less than three grams of fat per serving; My Yammi Spice, oven-baked fries with cumin, paprika, and oregano; and Berry Maniloaf, a lemon and raspberry bread loaf with 161 calories per slice.
The recipes are well laid out, not time-consuming, aimed at the home cook with a family to feed, and will please the palate of those wanting gourmet fare without the fat. But how do the Podleski sisters accomplish this rare feat? Spices are an essential ingredient of many dishes: Name That Tuna Salad, for example, gets its character from basil, mint, garlic, and Dijon mustard--with no help from that scary sidekick, mayo! This is a book for anyone who wants to cut back on fat without losing flavor, and for those that like a little slapstick with their flapjacks (Peter Pancakes, with bananas and strawberry sauce). --Stefanie Durbin

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