Friday, September 30, 2011

Easy Low Carb Recipes Which Taste Great

There are plenty of easy low carb recipes accessible. Low carb dieting has become so popular we now have numerous recipe books written on just this topic. Additionally, there are recipe books written by the writers of the majority of the best known weight loss programs including Dr Robert Atkins, Dr Arthur Agatston of the South Beach Diet, the designers of the Protein Power and many more.

In addition, you can find lots of low carb recipes online. Normally most of these can be found for free. The downside of obtaining a recipe on a website is that they're not always so easy to print. The web is usually not set up for simple printing. Obviously you could carry the computer into the kitchen or copy out the recipe manually. Nevertheless, occasionally you can copy and paste the text into Word or a comparable program and then print it. Try it out because it is helpful to have your own collection of printed easy low carb recipes.

Numerous easy low carb recipes are modified variations of regular recipes. For instance, you would not believe how simple it is to make home made quiche when you don't have to bother with the pastry.

Low Carbohydrate Quiche
 Creates 6 portions, each approximately 3g net carb with regards to the choice of vegetables.
Gently grease a sizable pie dish. Put in 8 oz of shredded cheddar cheese combined with half of a little onion chopped small (25g or 2.5 Tbsp). Add approximately 8 oz (225g) sliced cooked low carbohydrate vegetables such as weeds, broccoli, zucchini etc. Then add ham, cooked chicken or bacon cut into little pieces.
 Get 6 eggs and beat them. Mix in 1 cup heavy cream and seasoning. Serve this mixture into the pie dish around and also over the veggies, beef and cheese.
 Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees (180 degrees C) for around 40 minutes. When it's done, the top part will be gently browned and a knife pushed into the middle of the quiche will come out clean.
Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for three days and consumed cold. If you make it without beef, you may also freeze individual servings, after that unfreeze and reheat.

Bacon And Cabbage Stir Fry

Creates 1 serving, 2g net carbohydrate per cup of shredded cabbage.
Prepare 2-4 slices of bacon and cut into mouthful sized pieces.
Individually, heat 2 Tbsp essential olive oil or butter over a low to medium heat in a fry pan with a lid. Include one or two cups (75g or 150g) of shredded cabbage based on your permitting under the principles of your diet. Cover with the lid and cook for five minutes, stirring often. Include the bacon and cook for an additional five minutes, or until the cabbage is clear and soft.

This really is tasty as a light meal or first course. It is one of the most popular quick and easy low carb recipes.

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