Hey, you guys, have we forgotten Chris' suggestion about
recipes? Please add your own.
Ok, here's what I did for dinner tonight. I "breaded" skinless/boneless chicken breast strips with egg and grated parmesan cheese, then sauted them in olive oil. I made a tomato sauce in a skillet with onion slices, garlic, oregano, basil and a small can of tomato sauce and put some on the bottom of a glass baking dish, placed the chicken on top and then put the rest of the tomato sauce on, then topped everything off with provolone slices. The rest of the family ate this with spaghetti but I chose to place my chicken piece with the sauce on top of shedded lettuce. Yes, that's right, lettuce, and it was really satisfying. The lettuce mixed up really well with the sauce. Along with this I had small raw broccoli florets and cucumber slices on the table to munch along with dinner because I didn't make a salad. Well, I mean, I already had LETTUCE on my plate! In the past, I made zucchini noodles for a dish like this. For those who missed that thread: peel a zucchini down lengthwise around and around for the "noodles" and saute them very lightly. They can take the place of noodles in any dish. Note: when I "bread" anything now, I use egg and parmesan cheese, or egg and a combo of the cheese and almond flour.
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