Traditional Tacos but made at home with your own seasoning! Forget that packet seasoning as it has added sugars and preservatives.
Here I will show you how to use spices. Your gonna make your own taco seasoning and never have to go back to buying the packaged ones EVER AGAIN!
4oz 93/7 ground beef (remember add no additional fats for this meal unless you choose 96% lean beef)
3 Taco shells
100 grams shredded lettuce
100 grams cup tomatoes
1/4 cup salsa
Cumin, onion powder, chili powder and sea salt
Cooking for one meal use 1/2 teaspoon of cumin, onion powder and chili powder and use 1/4 tsp of salt.
So this was way too much meat for the tacos and barely had room for the lettuce LOL. you can add an extra side 100grams of lettuce and make a side salad.
P30 C40 F17
Flank steak (fattier protein) 3oz
3 corn tortillas
85g cup bell peppers
50g cup sliced onions
196g cup zucchini squash (noodles/ julienne grater)
2 tbsp light daisy sour cream
I used Herdez green salsa and sea salt to taste
This is awesome way to incorporate more veggies into your diet while having tacos. Sautee all veggies and steak together and add salsa in the end with some light sour cream.
P27 C45 F10
Mexican Cauliflower Rice Bowl
DAYUM! Feel like Mexican Food tonight!? Well loook no further this shits bombeee! FYI I totally cant take credit for this but i did change up the ingredients. Found this recipe on Facebook under All day I Dream about Food's page.
Follow my link HERE for this macros versions recipe
P48 C39 F10
#mexicanfood #highprotein #lowfat
Ground beef and zucchini
Ground beefsautéed with zucchini, bell peppers , yellow onions and green salsa. One of the easiest recipes to make.
Start by cooking your ground beef (I like 90% or leaner so I can choose this as a post workout). While that's cooking chop your onions, bell peppers and zucchini. When the meat is 1/2 way cooked add your veggies, 1 egg and top with 1/4 cup of green salsa (I like Herdez salsa). Cook till the eggs are done and add a bit of sea salt and herbes de providence for added flavor.
#Low-carb #Post-workout #Dinner #Lunch #Breakfast
(click on image for measurements and macro breakout)
One of my Favorite dishes ever! I love Love LOVE Kabocha Squash! When at its peak ripeness its got a mild-medium sweetness to it that makes an excellent breakfast ingredient, not to mention the consistency of a potato without all the high carbs. I usually choose regular lean ground beef and whole eggs but i decided to choose a fattier grass fed beef 80/20 to take advantage of the natural source of Omega 3. You can definitely choose a leaner beef and the whole egg. For this dish:
3oz grass fed 80/20 Grass Fed ground beef
6tbsp egg whites
255g cooked kabocha squash
sea salt to taste
First we want to cook the Kabocha squash- I set it in the oven at 350 degrees for 45 min- 1 hour. Turn it over, then cook it for another 20 min. Keep an eye on it cause it shouldn't be too soft- we want to be able to stick a fork in it and it still be firm enough to hold its shape but not too firm that we have a hard time putting the fork in.
Now, in a pan cook your beef and when 1/2 way cooked add the eggs and kabocha squash. Season with sea salt and enjoy! I love sipping coffee with this.
#Beef #Breakfast #lowcarb #highfat #omega 3
Macro Breakout P27 C22 F17
Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry
Craving chinese? This is definitely a hardy & satisfying meal.
7g Kikkomon Beef and Broccoli Mix
200 G Broccoli
splash soy sauce
1 oz Yellow onion
3 oz flank steak or top round ( i prefer top round)
Slice beef, broccoli and onion and sautee with 1/4-1/2 cup water. When broccoli is 1/2 way tender add the Kikkomon Mix and a lil more water (if needed) with a splash of soy sauce and serve when sauce thickens and evenly coats the dish.
#lowcarb #fullflavor #highprotein
P30 C15 F10