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Body Building Recipes

There are various diets recipes for bodybuilding. Bodybuilders who want complete knowledge should learn more about diets and specially how to prepare these recipes.

The off-season meals (OFF SEASON meaning bulking, not worrying about abs, just wanting to get bigger and get more calories into the diet) will be tasty and sometimes a little different, but will have adequate protein, carohydrates and fats.

The In Season meals (IN SEASON meaning cutting body fat, trying to get abs and just leaning down in general) will have a variety of ways to eat healthy meals that are lower in calories but still enjoyable to eat, instead of eating boring egg whites, chicken breast and tuna all by themselves.

Free Recipes For Bodybuilders

Here are given some sample recipes for body building:

Protein Pancakes

Ingredients:
6 whites egg
Cinnamon as much as one wish
1 scoop of whey protein powder
Splenda as much as one desires

Methods: First of all, mix all ingredients in the blender and then pour it into fry pan. Now wait for a few minutes (about 2 minutes), flip for another few minutes. The tasty protein pancakes are ready to eat.

Protein: 53 grams
Fats: one gram
Calories: 200 to 220
Carbohydrates: about 2 grams

Flank Steak Stuffed with Spinach and Sun Dried Tomatoes

Ingredients:
10 ounces of frozen whole leaf spinach
Half cup of julienne sun dried tomatoes in oil
One and half pounds of flank steak
One-fourth cup of crumbled feta cheese
4 slices of provolone cheese

Method: Heat the oven at 375-degrees. Spray olive oil on a loaf pan. And Use a meat mallot beat the flank steak to about three-fourth inches thick. Place the steak aside in anticipation of ready for filling. It will be tender if one permits it to reach the temperature of room, while one is making the filling.

For making the filling, soften the spinach by, running hot water on it. Squeeze all extra water from the spinach by using paper towels, sieve or a colander. Then spread the spinach on the flank steak and stay half inch from the edges. Sprinkle the crumbled feta cheese on the spinach. And then layer of sun dried tomatoes on the feta. At last decorate with slice of provolone cheese.

Round the steak lengthwise and put seam side down in the already made loaf pan. If one selects to cook it in the biggest pan, one may require wrapping the roll steak with kitchen twine or unflavored dental floss. At last drizzle the excess olive oil from the tomatoes on the top.

Bake for one hour in the oven and then leave it outside for ten minutes to cool. Carbohydrates: 6grams
Fiber: 24 grams
Protein: 35 grams

Chicken Kabobs with Grilled Asparagus

One-fourth cup sesame oil
One tablespoon of sherry
One pound of shitake mushrooms
One tablespoon of soy sauce
One tablespoon of sesame seeds
One onion, which is cut into one and half inch squares
Four chicken breast halves

Method: Snap the woody ends from the asparagus, then remove and clean nubs from stalk. Brush or spray with olive oil and place aside. Make marinade in a bowl by mixing sherry, sesame oil, soy sauce and seeds. Keep 2 or 3 tablespoons in a bowl and toss mushrooms and onions in bowl for coating and then place aside.

Toss the pieces of chicken with marinade in a bowl and the refrigerate them for a few minutes until prepared for cooking. Arrange mushrooms, chicken and onions on skewer and put on hot grill. Set asparagus spears on grill at the same time. And then cook for 15 minutes, turning as required. At last arrange in a serving tray.

Carbohydrates: 11 grams
Fiber: 2 grams
Protein: 30 grams
Fats: 11 grams

For more body building recipes visit the resource below:

The Bodybuilder's Cookbook

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