Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by deznutz, Oct 28, 2006.
little to no sodium
little to no carbs
bacon and ranch
Cholula hot sause
Yup, any kind of hot sauce (tobasco, frank's red hot which I have to try or whatever) can do.
Sodium isn't bad in itself if you don't have bloop pressure problems though. I used to try to control my sodium intake a couple of years ago and my blood pressure was a bit low thanks to the doctors that recommend the same thing for everyone.
Walden Farms has a lot of sugar-free sauces, including bbq and teriyaki.
mrs. dash NO SODIUM
thanks for the suggestions, going shoppin tomorrow
good stuff! mmmm it tastes good
Garlic and herb
told you bro, judging by your av your about as lean as me, keep it that way.
Salsa or green chile
Sodium in Salsa?
When you cook the chicken (whether in a pan or on the grill) use some olive oil, pepper, and freshly chopped garlic. Basically no carbs, no sodium, and adds a ton of flavor. The olive oil will add fat, but it is a good fat anyway.
Tabasco sucks IMO, not enough flavor, too much vinegar.
sticky bbq sauce
Chakas "Mmm" Sauce
It's BBQ sauce with 2g of carbs per serving
The only thing I can use tabasco sauce on is scrambled eggs. Cholula is pretty good, Sriracha is pretty good. Usually I just use this Adobo Seasoning and it turns out good but probably high on salt.
Any kind of hot sauce to spice the chicken up!
I'm gonna try to marinade some chicken breast chunks in some franks for 24-48 hours . Hopefully it's badass!!!
this weekend, i cooked the chicken with some garlic and pepper, then when it was almost done i sprinkled a little parmesan cheese on it.
provolone and spaghetti sauce.. :mmm:
What exactly constitutes as greek seasoning? I eat feta with chicken and steaks and lots of things but thats not quite a seasoning.
not to mention it doesn't fit in his requirement