Pot Roast Extraordinaire

Pot Roast Extraordinaire

Pot Roast Extraordinaire

CarbsPerServing:13g carbs total

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1 2 1/2 lb pot roast -- (2 ½ to 3)

1/8 teaspoon garlic powder

1/8 teaspoon ginger

1/8 teaspoon cilantro

leaves, whole

1/8 teaspoon rosemary sprigs

8 twists ground pepper

1/4 teaspoon salt

3 allspice berries

3/4 cup water

How to Prepare:

Mix together all dry ingredients EXCEPT allspice berries in a small bowl. Pour water into bottom of shallow baking pan (I use a shallow glass baking dish), place roast in pan. With your fingers, sprinkle the herb mix all over the top and sides of the roast, pressing into meat slightly. Use ALL the herb mix. Drop the berries into the water. Cover roast with lid, place in oven and bake for approximately one hour and 15 minutes. Serve with salad or vegetables. According to my DH, this makes the most moist and tasty pot roast he's ever eaten.

NOTES : Counts for ground pepper not included in totals. Pepper is 4.1carbs per tablespoon.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

 

Pressure Cooker Swiss Pepper Steak

Pressure Cooker Swiss Pepper Steak

Pressure Cooker Swiss Pepper Steak

CarbsPerServing:34g carbs total

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

2 lbs round steak -- cut into serving size pieces

1 tablespoon olive oil – or more if needed

1 can beef broth -- (14.5oz)

1 tablespoon dehydrated

onion flakes

1/2 tsp salt and pepper

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp onion powder

3/4 cup sliced onion

2 medium green bell

peppers -- cut into chunks

How to Prepare:

Salt and pepper the steak and brown in oil in the pressure cooker. Add remaining ingredients and close cooker, bringing pressure up to full, then reduce heat and cook under full pressure for 15 minutes. Turn off heat and let cooker sit for 15 minutes, then release remaining pressure and serve.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Quick and Easy Meatballs

Quick and Easy Meatballs

Quick and Easy Meatballs

CarbsPerServing:no counts provided

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1 pound ground beef

2 eggs crushed pork rinds (about 1 cup -- or 1/3 of a bag)2 tsp ns of Italian seasoning

2 tsp ns of emeril lagasse's

original spice (BAMM!)

1/2 cup parmesan cheese

How to Prepare:

Mix all the ingredients together in bowl. Form into meatballs, and put on cookie sheet. Bake 30 min at 350 degrees. Here's a hint. Hunt's Light Spaghetti sauce has 8 carbs per 1/2 a cup. Have a couple meatballs with some spaghetti sauce, and top it with mozzarella cheese. Almost as good as a meatball sub!

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Ranch Hamburgers

Ranch Hamburgers

Ranch Hamburgers

Serves:6

CarbsPerServing:no counts provided

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1 pound Hamburger Meat

1 Package Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing

1 Cup Cheese -- Shredded

How to Prepare:

Mix entire dressing package and shreeded cheese in with hamburger and make into hamburger patties. Really adds a lot of flavor to the basic old hamburger. No bad stuff eiether- the ranch dressing has two carbs.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.

Red Hot Sirloin

Red Hot Sirloin

Red Hot Sirloin

Serves:2

CarbsPerServing:trace

Effort:Easy

Ingredients:

1 pound Beef top sirloin

1/2 cup FRANK"S Red Hot3 tablespoons butter -- (3 to 4)

Salt an Fresh cracked pepper

How to Prepare:

Season the sirloin with salt and pepper and grill till desired doneness. In a saucepan over low heat melt butter and hot sauce together until mixture is hot and blended. Pour directly over hot sirloin and serve. Serves 2.

NOTE. Most Ingredients in these recipes can be bought in good health food shops and grocery store. If you have trouble finding something, feel free to exchange, but keep track of the carbs.