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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    I love rice pudding for a treat/snack that I've used during weight maintenance and weight loss.

    Ingredients:
    3/4 cup rice
    2 cups milk
    1/3 cup sugar
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1 egg beaten
    2/3 cup raisins
    1 tablespoon butter (I actually use only a half table spoon but the original recipe calls for 1)
    1/2 tablespoon vanilla extract

    Directions:
    Boil 1 1/2 cups of water and cook the rice
    In another pot combine rice, 1 1/2 cup milk, sugar, and salt.
    Cook until creamy stirring occasionally (this should take 15 to 20 minutes)
    Stir in remaining 1/2 cup milk, egg, and raisins.
    Cook for 2 more minutes constantly stirring.
    Remove from heat and add the vanilla and butter. Mix them in well.

    This is great served warm but I like it cold too.

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    This is a great idea. Eating healthy foods does get boring and repetitive.

    I have no idea of the nutritional value of this salad, Chris, but I think it is healthy and it tastes pretty damn good.

    Mango salad

    2 or 3 mangos peeled and cut into pieces
    tub of cherry or grape tomatoes
    1 large sweet red onion cut into strip size pieces
    Feta cheese, 1 cup or so broken into pieces
    And I sometimes add a large cooked chicken breast, cut into pieces
    (Feel like I'm forgetting something...)

    Mix er up and wala.

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Here's a nice tasting dish if your in training looking from some starch and carbs.

    You take red green peppers, cucumber, auburgine, a potato, an onion and some seeds. Chop them pretty fine, the more you cut the more you eat.

    If you have a barbecue or grill, char them on the grate and then toss them in a pan with some light olive oil,
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    Heres a great healthy lunch... Can of tuna drained, mixed with fat free mayo. Cut up a load of vege's, i usually have lettuce, carrot, tomato and cucumber. Good source of protein and carbs for the middle of the day and is quite filling and nutritious.
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    Im really happy this thread has taken off,lets face it,maintaining weight is one of the biggest butt pains a boxer faces.You spend your life either trying to come up or go down.

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Trainer Monkey View Post
    Im really happy this thread has taken off,lets face it,maintaining weight is one of the biggest butt pains a boxer faces.You spend your life either trying to come up or go down.
    This thread is perfect for me just moved out of home so am cooking all my meals for myself now. So hard to think of ideas, so thanks for starting it TM

    It won't let me rep you yet sorry so will do soon.
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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Salty View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Trainer Monkey View Post
    Im really happy this thread has taken off,lets face it,maintaining weight is one of the biggest butt pains a boxer faces.You spend your life either trying to come up or go down.
    This thread is perfect for me just moved out of home so am cooking all my meals for myself now. So hard to think of ideas, so thanks for starting it TM

    It won't let me rep you yet sorry so will do soon.
    Cool deal brah,I know maintaining weight is a serious ball pain,and learning to cook for yourself is one too.Thats why we have "Ask The Trainer"

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by thecontender13 View Post
    This is a great idea. Eating healthy foods does get boring and repetitive.

    I have no idea of the nutritional value of this salad, Chris, but I think it is healthy and it tastes pretty damn good.

    Mango salad

    2 or 3 mangos peeled and cut into pieces
    tub of cherry or grape tomatoes
    1 large sweet red onion cut into strip size pieces
    Feta cheese, 1 cup or so broken into pieces
    And I sometimes add a large cooked chicken breast, cut into pieces
    (Feel like I'm forgetting something...)

    Mix er up and wala.
    Mmm.mm

    I miss the Philippine mangos.

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Coming down,one caveat,Id use less butter
    GREEN BEANS ALMONDINE 2 med packages French green beans
    1 stick butter
    2/3 cup sliced almonds (crushed under a rolling pin)
    salt, to taste

    1) Snap the ends of both sides of the beans, leaving a whole bean (may cut in half in the middle of the bean).2) In a large deep skillet add 1 1/2 - 2 cups of water and bring to a boil.
    3) Add beans and quickly steam (turning beans frequently) for approximately 4-5 mins.
    4) Drain beans; remove water.
    5) In the same skillet melt butter and add beans.
    6) Cover the skillet and reduce heat to a simmer (turning beans occasionally).
    7) Cook on a low heat for approximately 6-7 minutes. Drain off excess butter.
    Add crushed almonds and toss beans. Lightly salt and serve.
    Serves 8-10.

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Curious to get people's thoughts on what is a good steak to eat. Always have a freezer full of them. The one's I like best are rib steaks for the taste, but I know they get that taste from the large amount of fat/marble in them, as opposed to say a round steak or a cut like that.

    Is there really much difference? Am basically eating them cuz heck, who doesn't like steak, and the fact it is meeting my protein needs.

    Anyone, anyone...Bueller?

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngblood View Post
    Curious to get people's thoughts on what is a good steak to eat. Always have a freezer full of them. The one's I like best are rib steaks for the taste, but I know they get that taste from the large amount of fat/marble in them, as opposed to say a round steak or a cut like that.

    Is there really much difference? Am basically eating them cuz heck, who doesn't like steak, and the fact it is meeting my protein needs.

    Anyone, anyone...Bueller?
    Round cuts are good,mignons are good,and New York Strip Streaks are good,round cuts are a little tougher,but you can get by that with a good marinade,or a meat tenderizer

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    Default Re: Boxer Chow - Post your Recipes Here!

    Coming Down(again caveat,you may leave out the nutmeg here)
    INGREDIENTS

    • 1 (9 inch) unbaked 9 inch pie crust
    • 1 pound broccoli, chopped
    • 1 tablespoon olive oil
    • 1 onion, finely chopped
    • 4 cloves garlic, minced
    • 1 pound firm tofu, drained
    • 1/2 cup soy milk
    • 1/4 teaspoon Dijon mustard
    • 3/4 teaspoon salt
    • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
    • 1/2 teaspoon ground red pepper
    • black pepper to taste
    • 1 tablespoon dried parsley
    • 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese






    DIRECTIONS

    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Bake pie crust in preheated oven for 10 to 12 minutes.
    2. Place broccoli in a steamer over 1 inch of boiling water, and cover. Cook until tender but still firm, about 2 to 6 minutes. Drain.
    3. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Saute onion and garlic until golden. Stir in the cooked broccoli and heat through.
    4. In a blender combine tofu, soy milk, mustard, salt, nutmeg, ground red pepper, black pepper, parsley and Parmesan cheese; process until smooth. In a large bowl combine tofu mixture with broccoli mixture. Pour into pie crust.
    5. Bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes, or until quiche is set. Allow to stand for 5 minutes before cutting.

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    Best cut of Steak for less fat content is top round steak, London Broil, Eye Round etc... Stay away from bottom round, its high in fat.

    Filet is decent(Healthwise) Ny Strip(High in Cholestoral)

    Lets talk about soy and Tofu.... Deathly afraid of it.. Read it causes cancer and Tofu when eaten over a period of time has been known to cause brain atrophy..

    I read the cancer comes from a few reasons but one of the reasons is the high temp alkalai solution beans need to be treated so they can be consumable, plus as a guy I dont need the extra estrogen...

    I read about the soy danger about 3 years ago and was bummed because I loved soy milk and preferred it over dairy milk used to eat it with my cereal and protein shakes, took me a while to get used to dairy again when I ceased the Soy... Always wanted to try tofu but again am scared of what I read about Soy..

    Any thoughts from you guys and gals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT Rock View Post
    Best cut of Steak for less fat content is top round steak, London Broil, Eye Round etc... Stay away from bottom round, its high in fat.

    Filet is decent(Healthwise) Ny Strip(High in Cholestoral)

    Lets talk about soy and Tofu.... Deathly afraid of it.. Read it causes cancer and Tofu when eaten over a period of time has been known to cause brain atrophy..

    I read the cancer comes from a few reasons but one of the reasons is the high temp alkalai solution beans need to be treated so they can be consumable, plus as a guy I dont need the extra estrogen...

    I read about the soy danger about 3 years ago and was bummed because I loved soy milk and preferred it over dairy milk used to eat it with my cereal and protein shakes, took me a while to get used to dairy again when I ceased the Soy... Always wanted to try tofu but again am scared of what I read about Soy..

    Any thoughts from you guys and gals?

    I find tofu disgusting, so no worries here. Not much into soy either.

    Far as the steaks go, yea, I suspected that was the case. I'm guessing top round is the same as inside round? Giving up a bit of taste eating it, but nothing some Franks Red Hot Sauce can't fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngblood View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JT Rock View Post
    Best cut of Steak for less fat content is top round steak, London Broil, Eye Round etc... Stay away from bottom round, its high in fat.

    Filet is decent(Healthwise) Ny Strip(High in Cholestoral)

    Lets talk about soy and Tofu.... Deathly afraid of it.. Read it causes cancer and Tofu when eaten over a period of time has been known to cause brain atrophy..

    I read the cancer comes from a few reasons but one of the reasons is the high temp alkalai solution beans need to be treated so they can be consumable, plus as a guy I dont need the extra estrogen...

    I read about the soy danger about 3 years ago and was bummed because I loved soy milk and preferred it over dairy milk used to eat it with my cereal and protein shakes, took me a while to get used to dairy again when I ceased the Soy... Always wanted to try tofu but again am scared of what I read about Soy..

    Any thoughts from you guys and gals?

    I find tofu disgusting, so no worries here. Not much into soy either.

    Far as the steaks go, yea, I suspected that was the case. I'm guessing top round is the same as inside round? Giving up a bit of taste eating it, but nothing some Franks Red Hot Sauce can't fix.
    Exactly... A lean cut of red meat has less cholestrol than a skinless chix breast, I use dry rub as well for the steak as well as montreal steak season

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