Attenuation Low Calorie Recipes

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Spinach Salad 80 calories per serving 4 pax (4 servings)

2 cups fresh spinach 1/2 cup dried apricots (chopped)

2 soup spoon sunflower seeds

1 soup spoon sesame seed

2 tablespoons orange juice

1 soup bowl balsamic vinegar

2 tablespoons plain yoghurt with salt and pepper to taste

Bring all the ingredients together and mix. Cool in the fridge before serving.

The Waldorf Salad. 60 calories per serving 10 pax (10 servings)

6 cups cubed apple 1/2 cup finely sliced ??celery V2 cup raisins

1 cup skimmed mayonnaise 1/2 cup skimmed sour cream

Put apples, pears and raisins in a large bowl. Mix well. In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise and sour cream. Mix. Add the mayonnaise mixture to the apple mixture and mix gently with each other. Cool for 2 hours in the refrigerator before serving.

Chicken and Pasta Salad 165 calories per serving

8 persons (8 servings)

3 cups of chicken broth

450 gr. Boneless chicken breast

2 glasses of sea bream pasta

1 cup of fat-free mayonnaise

1 tea spoon mustard

1 tea spoon celery salt

Ground black pepper

2 celery stalks (finely chopped)

1 cup baby peas (boiled, drained and chilled)

1 glass of seedless red grapes (washed and cut in half)

Boil the chicken water in a medium pan. Add chicken breast and cook for 20 minutes. Take the chest and cool. Bake the pasta according to the cooking instructions, squeeze the water through the cold water. Mix mayonnaise, mustard, celery salt and pepper. Chop the chick peas and add the mixture. Add macaroni, celery, peas and grapes. Slowly mix everything. Cover and cool in the fridge for 1 hour.

Dill Cucumber Salad 50 calories per serving

4 people (4 servings)

2 cucumbers

3 soup spoon vinegar 1 soup spoon sugar

1 red onion (sliced ??and ringed) Salt and pepper to taste 1 teaspoon dry dill

Wash the cucumbers and peel them partially in the longitudinal strips. Use a fork to leave a small amount of crumb between each lane and slice it longitudinally (diagonally). In a bowl, mix vinegar, sugar, salt and pepper to sugar. Add the salad, onions and dill. Slowly mix well. Serve now.

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