Before I share this recipe, I wanted to share that I lost another pound bringing me to 145 lbs! So far so good! I will be in the 130s in no time!
I got this recipe from Lyn over at Escape from Obesity. She has a lot of great ideas and recipes on her blog that are quite delicious. This is another great one from Lyn that is slightly adapted to make 1 serving. I also made the addition she suggested using onion powder and it tasted delicious. I would have liked to use 2 tbsp of mayo to make it a bit more creamier, but I wanted to have chicken as my other lean so I couldn't afford to have the additional fat. If you have a lean from the leanest group, go ahead and add that additional mayo. Lyn also suggests you could use dijon mustard instead of mustard or adding a chopped dill pickle as your snack. Honestly, I would even take this to a pot luck if I added the additional mayo. It is pretty good to share : ) I love how we can still have substitutes for some of our fave dishes while on the Medifast plan. I have to say, cauliflower makes a great substitute for potatoes! Enjoy this yummy dish!
Cauliflower "Potato" Salad
Slightly adapted from Escape From Obesity
1 1/4 cup cauliflower, cooked and chopped (2 1/2 Greens)
1/4 cup celery, chopped (1/2 Green)
1 hard boiled egg, chopped (1/3 Lean)
1 to 2 tbsp light mayo (1 to 2 Healthy Fats)
1 tsp mustard (1 Condiment)
1/8 tsp salt (1/2 Condiment)
1/8 tsp onion powder (1/4 Condiment)
pinch of pepper
sprinkle of paprika
Steam cauliflower until it reaches the same texture as cooked potatoes. Rinse in cold water to cool; pat with paper towel until dry. Chop the cauliflower into small bites. Mix into a bowl with celery and eggs, Add mayo, mustard, salt onion power, and pepper. Mix well. Sprinkle with paprika. Chill for 1 hour.
1 serving with 1/3 Lean (you still need 2/3 Lean such as 4 oz of chicken or 4.7 oz fish, shrimp or 99% fat free ground turkey), 3 Greens, 2 Condiments and 1 to 2 Healthy Fats (use 1 tbsp of mayo when eating chicken or 2 tbsp mayo when eating fish or shellfish)
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