Fast diet 340 calorie pork dinner
The so-called Fast Diet, or 5-2 lifestyle has become very popular, perhaps because it isn't really a diet. It is more of a lifestyle choice, and much easier to keep than a strict diet. The basic idea is that for a couple of days a week you lower the amount of food you eat to 5-600 calories for the day. It's a flexible system and up to you how you want to apply it. My personal version of this is 6-1 , once a week :)
Shown here is my recent dinner for one of those days. A nutritious 340 calorie porkchop meal that keeps your hunger at bay.
The trick is to use 0 fat when cooking and the way to manage that is to use a ceramic frying pan. Make sure you don't use more than a teaspoon of oil when serving and don't add more than 2 small spoons of potato salad! Drink water or tea. NO SUGAR!
Background image is making meal (check out my ceramic pan!).
Prep Time: 10
Total Time: 15
- 100 grams Porkchops (boneless) - 120ca
- 1 portion Lettuce - 10ca
- 1 Tomato - 10ca
- Broccoli - 15ca
- Half an onion - 15ca
- Fresh garlic
- 80 grams Potato Salad - 120ca
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce - 5ca
- 1 teaspoon olive oil - 45ca
- fresh lemon
- Salt, pepper
- Use 1 porkchop per person. Buy boneless, or cut the bone away at home. Make sure you trim off ALL fat.
- Dice half a onion and as much garlic as you want.
- Boil broccoli to taste.
- Fry your pork in a ceramic pan without adding any fat. Add onion, garlic salt and pepper. Fry on medium/high heat for 3 minutes on the turn over on the other side.
- While it cooks, brush it with teaspoon of soy sauce, season with salt and pepper. Let it fry until the juices rise to the top.
- Serve with the boiled broccoli, rinsed lettuce, diced tomato and 2 tablespoons of potato sallad.
- Add 1 teaspoon (5ml) of olive oil &pressed lemon over broccoli.
Making your food without any added cooking fat is essential. A ceramic pan is what I use.
This is the fast diet handbook. The how, why and when to do it.
A nice collection of recipes for light meals.