What to cook for hubby on carb free diet?!

Question: What to cook for hubby on carb free diet?
Hubby is on a diet and cant have any potatoes or rice,what are some good tasty meals which I could prepare for him??Were british carribean so rice is like our main dish with most meals!!!Im struggling!!

Help!! :-) xx


Princes, cook him a nice thick juicy steak and salad.

1. Bell peppers stuffed with ground turkey and chopped onion and tomato sauce
2. Grilled or baked chicken breasts served w/a large salad and fake mashed potatoes (mashed cauliflower mixed with butter, salt, and pepper.
3. Chinese takeout - order beef and broccoli w/ the egg drop soup and a side of chinese vegetables.
4. Pork chops served with baked carrots and onions. Drizzle olive oil over carrots and onions, sprinkle with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. 350 F for 45 minutes - an hour.

Have gone low carb before.

A "carb free" diet is meats and eggs only!! I am quite sure the doctors did not say go carb free!

Find a copy of South Beach Living diet books at the library. Read the menus in phase 2 section, recipes matching the menus are in the books. All simple common foods, nothing exotic.

SBL is recommended by most of the top Endocrinologists in the US.

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meat for the main:
grilled chicken, steak, pork chops, etc

a side salad would be a good addition.

they also now make carb free noodles, made from mushrooms
ususually called either Miracle Noodles or Shirataki Noodles

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