I added a layer of the cheese sauce to the mountain of bacon and then layered with courgettes that I had fried in a dry pan with some one cal spray. I made far too much cheese sauce and managed to leave most of it (fed it to dog!) and I will use just one tablespoon and 100mls of water next time.
The end result was amazing! I’m turning into a courgette connoiseur and I use them to bulk out many meals and they are so cheap, plus, my poly tunnel is full of them!
The Dukan diet is going well, although I’m now stuck at 12 stone 13lbs, I’ll be happy with a 1lb a week weight loss! I’m easily sticking to the exercise and look forward to plugging in the i-pod, putting it on shuffle and getting out for a brisk walk. It’s not long ago, that I would get into my pjs early and ‘settle in’ for the evening. I now get to around 8 pm and that’s my cue to get my trainers on and get walking. It’s amazing what just the loss of one stone (and a pound!) does for my mobility, I don’t get so puffed and exercising is much easier.
How’s it going? It’s fine.
Just as an add to the list of ‘homemade’ – here’s the home made tartare sauce I made today for Dearly Beloved to have with his Fish and Chips (one lonely battered fillet left in the freezer, got used up today)
Finely chop two shallots, four small gerkins and a hand full of parsley. Add to virtually fat free mayonaise, add lemon juice and lots of black pepper and you have tartare sauce. Nothing like the lumpless bland stuff you can buy. It’s easy peasy to make and because the mayoniase is sugar free and fat free, it’s technically Dukan friendly, though I won’t be eating any.