So I know I have been pretty much not on here lately. I have been busy at work and by the time I get home I am just ready to eat, hit cardio and go to bed. I am going to start trying to get back on here again starting with this post!
Tonight for dinner I made miso glazed sea bass. I picked up a 6oz filet of sea bass from my local Asian market Uwajimaya and soaked it in a mix of miso and water overnight. I stuck some broccolini in my steamer for 20 minutes and while that was cooking up placed a pan over medium heat and placed the bass and the rest of the marinade in the pan. As the marinade was reducing down I spooned it on to the bass until it was almost gone. While that was happening I also preheated my oven to 350 and cooked the bass in there for the last 10 minutes. At this point the steamer was done and so was the bass. I pulled out my new chopsticks, inspired by Kai Greene in Generation Iron, and devoured this because it was the best piece of fish I have ever cooked! Give it a try and let me know what you think! Its great for macros with 6c/4f/36p.
Stay tuned for daily posts and a day of eating video coming up!
Asian market find. Golden Coin Beef Teriyaki Manapua. I stuck it in my steamer for 15 minutes but you can also cook them in the microwave. Came out awesome and they have decent macros. A little home made dim sum. Macros for this flavor are 19c/4f/12p. I also picked up some other flavors yesterday and will post them as I eat them. The other flavors have a little more carbs but most have about 4g of fat which isn’t bad.
Went to Mongolian BBQ last night for dinner with the family and brought my scale with me to weight out every veggie and piece of meat to stay on my macros. Decided to make my own version at home. 100g mushrooms, 113g zucchini, 85g bean sprouts, 40g chopped onions, 1 jalepeno, 85g spinach, 112g chicken breast. Added some random seasoning including curry powder, ginger, garlic, cumin, smoked paprika, and onion powder. Topped it with a little mustard. Filling and tasty.
Hey guys this is just going to be a short post I have had a pretty rough day at work but wanted to at least get a post up for today. If things slow down I am planning on posting up a quick intro to myself and what I have come from and where my goals are.
For breakfast I had an omelet with some spinach, mushrooms and ricotta cheese. Topped it with some Heinz ketchup and devoured it. Moved on to the combo of Fiber One Bran and Honey squares. Below is a picture of the omelet. Mid morning I had 2 cups of lettuce and my tuna casserole. Lunch was the same as yesterday with the chicken stir fry with mushrooms and Shirataki noodles. One the side I had a salad with spinach, coleslaw and sauerkraut. Dinner was a flatbread pizza with mushrooms and pork on Mountain Bread Corn which was awesome and pictured below. I’m going to make a cake shortly and will get that posted up but need to get my hockey stuff ready for the playoffs tonight.
Spinach, Mushroom, and Ricotta Omelet
Mountain Bread Corn, Black trumpet mushrooms, and pork pizza.
For lunch I wanted something different. I usually would have just had this all in a salad but decided that I would go a different way with the noodles and chicken. I put some shiritaki noodles and chicken in a bowl with some Bragg’s liquid amino. The shiritaki noodles really soaked up the flavor of the Bragg’s and so did the chicken. I added 100g of mushrooms to it while in the pan and they softened up nicely and I really enjoyed this. I also on the side had 2 cups of spinach, 100g of the coleslaw I made last week for the Primanti sandwich, and 60g of sauerkraut. With the sauerkraut and coleslaw I didn’t need to do anything else to the salad. The macros for the whole meal were 18c/2f/32p and had plenty there to keep me full for a while.
Sautéed some chicken, shiritaki noodles, and some mushrooms in some Bragg’s liquid amino,