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Spicy Tuna Stuffed Pepper

Hey everyone!  There are some big changes going on around here this week!  I will let you know later in the week what is going on.  You may not hear from me much this week but I will definately keep you posted on the progress of my little secret. 🙂  And now, on to the recipe!

100_1487I got this recipe from my friend Saundra and it is SO good!  So easy too!

Take a can of tuna and mix in:

  • 1 T. low fat mayo
  • salsa to taste (I use probobly 2 T.)
  • Diced celery
  • Diced pickles
  • little splash of balsamic vinegar
  • 2 T. chedder cheese

Warm up the mixture in the microwave until the cheese is melted to your likeness.  Then top with avocado and stuff in half of a bell pepper! 

So easy and so yummy!

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Halibut Foil Dinner

Hi guys!  Here’s a yummy fall dinner for you guys to throw on the grill!  Just a warning, I have a crazy week and will be out of town next week.  I will try to get posts up when I can but you may not be hearing from me much for the next little while!

2 sheets (12”x18”) foil
1 (15oz) can any kind of beans, drained and rinsed, (I used butter beans and chick peas)
3 Roma tomatoes
Basil
8 oz fish, we use Orange Roughy
½ t. lemon pepper seasoning
1 lemon, sliced

  1. Preheat grill to medium-high.  Fold foil sheets in half lengthwise to crease, then unfold.  Lightly coat the foil with cooking spray.
  2. Divide beans in half and spoon onto foil in the center of the right half.  Layer each with half the diced tomatoes and basil.  Place a portion of fish fillet on top.  Sprinkle fish with lemon-pepper seasoning and top with lemon slices.
  3. Fold foil over the top of the halibut, leaving room for air circulation.  Close packet by double folding the 3 open foil edges.
  4. Place foil packets on grill.  Grill until halibut is opaque throughout, about 14 min.
  5. Use tongs to remove foil packets from grill.  Open packets carefully and spoon contents onto plates.

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 (This recipe is modified from a Body for Life recipe)

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Ginger Teriyaki Fish Steaks

 Here is a Happy Labor Day bbq recipe for you guys!

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This fish is so easy to make and is loved by fish lovers and non fish lovers alike!  Give it a try even if you’re nervous about it.  It tastes like it should be served at a restaurant!  I served the fish with watermelon, grilled eggplant and a couscous blend from Trader Joe’s.

Marinade:

¾ c. Kikkomon Teriyaki Marinade and Sauce
2 T. Brown sugar
1 t. fresh ginger or ¼ t. ground ginger
4 fresh fish steaks, 1 inch thick (halibut, mahi-mahi, striped bass, or we always use orange roughy)

  1. Combine marinade, sugar and ginger.  Remove ¼ c. marinade for later.
  2. Marinate for at least 30 min.
  3. Grill fish and serve with remaining sauce.

Enjoy!

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Love the ideas so far and it’s going to be hard when I finally have to make my decision.  (FYI, The contest will be won with a random number generator.  You will be entered into the contest just by giving me an idea because I’m THAT nice.)

I’ve thought of one, too.  What do you guys think of “Lindsey the Fit Coach” and my online training services can be called “Coaching” which is really more applicable than saying “Personal Training” since it’s not one-on-one… 

What do you think?

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