After some of the storm (Isaac) stress and since I did have electricity (thank God), I decided to have my version of a feast.
I added the frozen chicken breast, onion, and zucchini squash to a pan and placed in Nuwave Oven. I baked for about 15 minutes (this was a LARGE, frozen chicken breast). When timer went off, I turned chicken breast and squash over and continued to bake for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, I made fiesta (packaged mix) rice in the rice cooker. While all of this was cooking I made the lettuce and tomato salad.
I really enjoyed this. It’s so easy, so fast, healthy, and delicious.
*This should be ok for almost anyone, however, I realize my methods of cooking, choice of food, or portion size may not be suitable for everyone. I share this blog in case it helps other people might enjoy trying it. I do not add salt and I remove any chicken before cooking. Only other problem other people may have is with pre-packaged Fiesta Rice that may have salt, etc. I do this personal food blog, my choice, for medical reasons. I use Nuwave oven but this may be adapted to conventional methods.
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My Food Diary June 29, 2012
I baked (yes, baked) the chicken hot dogs yesterday since I was baking a chicken breast anyway. See My Food Diary June 28, 2012 for photo, etc.
I cut one chicken hot dog in half, placed each on a croissant with lettuce and tomato. Fruit salad can be made with any fruits you have. I had kiwi, strawberries, mandarin oranges,and banana today. I don’t always add salad dressing but today I did use low-fat Thousand Island Dressing. Super easy, fast, and healthy.
Thank you for reading my blog.
*My methods or ingredients may not be for everyone. I added no salt or oil. croissant was less bread than a hot dog bun. I keep a food diary for medical purposes—my own choice.
My Food Diary, June 28, 2012
I baked the chicken and some chicken hot dogs (have hot dogs tomorrow), in Nuwave Oven. Chicken breast was frozen when I started baking. I baked 10 minutes, turned over, baked another 10 minutes.
While meat baked, I tore lettuce leaves and prepared washed veggies (you may slice or chunk, your preference). After chicken was baked, I cut into pieces and added to the bowl. Toss and it’s done! Easy, quick, light for this hot weather, and delicious.
Photo of veggies: Yummy veggies I got last week. Enjoyed, enjoyed, enjoyed! LOL Thanks for sharing with me! Now, (lol) when are the tomatoes ready (or anything else) ?????? Just had to say it—I’m bad, huh? LOL
*I eat healthier than before. Added NO oil or salt. Meat can be prepared in various ways but I just prefer NuWave. My food choices or method of preparation may not be suitable for everyone.
(My third time to try to get this posted! It’s saved but it’s not—have to reload photos, do tags, etc. :()
My Food Diary
May 27, 2012
I’ve been busy with things and just simply had to have a little “different” coffee this morning. It was nice for a change. I added a bit of powdered milk and powdered chocolate mix to the coffee and stirred it. I found serving this special (to me) coffee in a cup and saucer made it even more enjoyable! LOL
Yesterday, I simply did a baked potato in the microwave, sliced up a tomato, opened a can of fruit cocktail (drained it), added 1/2 banana and some salad dressing. I put a small amount of butter on the potato and added chopped green onions. Light meal but quick, easy, and actually was filling.
*I make no claims that the way I eat is what another person should eat. I eat healthier than before I started this blog and it works for me. Also, the appliances I use to cook, work better for me. Everything I do can be done in another way.