I lost the five pounds that I had gained. Not from too much sodium, I have been keeping a close eye of it and I have a have an average of under 1000 micrograms per day that includes the 200 I throw in for miscalculations. I just retain water sometimes.
This recipe is too troublesome but since I love pizza I need to be able to have this available. Yes folks, one whiff of of the stuff and I am a goner. Did I tell you there is a pizza place in the park.
Oat bran 2 tablespoons
Corn flour 1 tablespoon
Baking powder 1 teaspoon
Yoghurt 2 tablespoons
Cherry Tomatoes 4
Babybel light 1 ( I would use veggie smoked provolone)
Chicken breast 100g (pre-cooked)
Cheese1 teaspoon (grated) (or veggie parm)
Put the eggs, yoghurt, oat bran, cornflour, baking powder, half of the chicken pieces and spices into a bowl for mixing.
In the meanwhile put the other half of the chicken pieces on a non stick (big – it will allow the ‘pizza’ to be nice and flat) pan to let them crisp a bit.
Mix all the ingredients in the bowl and pour it out onto the pan, covering the chicken. Put a lid on the pan and let the mix crisp a bit at the bottom.
When the bottom is done, an the top still a bit liquid, on top, put tomatoes cut into pieces, thinly sliced babybel cheese, sprinkle with grated hard cheese and sesame seeds. All of that needs to be put under a grill (I just put the pan under the grill, with the handle sticking out, so there is no worry that the liquid top will spill) and just watch it get nice and brown on top. There isn’t a lot of cheese, but enough to give a fab aroma and crispiness on top.