Tuna and Onions
1 can of oil packed tunafish (do not drain)
1/2 an onion sliced free-hand
Throw onions in a non-stick pan until they become translucent and soft (cover with foil)
Add tuna with oil and cook until tuna is warmed up
Put on a plate and eat it like that or add your favorite cheese and pop it in the microwave to melt.
Tuna: 0 grams
1/2 medium sized onion (or 10 rings) ~ 5 grams
Add cheese grams if used
Total ~ 5-6 grams (depending on onion used)
Easy Broiled Salmon
1 good sized salmon filet (no bones)
2-3 pats of butter or oil (whatever you prefer)
spices (garlic, salt, your choice)
Line broiler with foil and spray with nonstick spray
(salmon will stick otherwise)
Place slamon skin side down (if skin is still on)
Brush with oil or place butter pats all over the top of the salmon
Sprinkle a generous amount of favorite seasonings
Set oven to broil and coook until done (of course) and a nice crust has formed out of the spices.
Depending on thickness cooking time will vary. Mine usually takes 11-15 minutes
Salmon: o grams
or oil: o grams
Total: varies depending on spices used and amount used.