Low calorie easy meals

Sammysmiths

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Im always looking for healthy options and constantly struggle with my weight. I though Pasta was full of carbs and therefore bad for dieting?
 

Andy_W

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A full parmo with chips is 2300 cals
Dream on mate! Although, depends where you're getting it from I suppose, possibly a small restaurant one.
A half parmo from some takeaways is like a bin lid though, and a full one like a romans shield.

I've had some parmo boxes weigh over a kilo, most that I've seen are about 3000+ I estimate, some maybe even 4500 I bet.
 

GazC_MFC

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Dream on mate! Although, depends where you're getting it from I suppose, possibly a small restaurant one.
A half parmo from some takeaways is like a bin lid though, and a full one like a romans shield.

I've had some parmo boxes weigh over a kilo, most that I've seen are about 3000+ I estimate, some maybe even 4500 I bet.
There was a study that said full parmo 2300, they did a few different takeaways in it. Think that was without sauce. Can’t see them being 4500 at all

edit - 2600 in the study
 
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tonymcandrewshattrick

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mince a cauliflower and mix in 2/3 of the size in walnuts.

Add some herbs and some tomato puree.

then roast

You can add some kidney beans and chopped carrots if you want.

That'll feed you for a week and tastes great
 

Andy_W

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There was a study that said full parmo 2300, they did a few different takeaways in it. Think that was without sauce. Can’t see them being 4500 at all

edit - 2600 in the study
Who did the study :ROFLMAO:

Was that without the 1000 cals of chips and 500 cals of garlic mayo?

You might get some small "full" parmo's near that, if they're light on the chips etc. but the way I always look at it is parmo is twice as bad as pizza.

I've got a taste for parmo now, might have to make some small halfs next week.
 
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