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Old 04-30-2008, 04:10 PM   #1
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Grilled Sandwiches

1 medium yellow squash
Low fat Ricotta cheese
Fat Free Chedder Chese
Ham/Turkey slices
sliced Tomatoes
Lettuce

Take the medium squash and slice into thin long slices (vertical cuts) (makes about 3-4 slices). You will only need two slices so take the leftovers and pop into the fridge for a later meal.

Take slices of squash and spread ricotta cheese on each slice. This will act as the mayo. Then add turkey or ham to each slice. Add about 3-4 thin slices. Sprinkle chedder cheese on top. Place on the grill for about 10 minutes on medium-high heat until meat is cooked and cheese melts.

Remove sliced and add tomatoes and lettuce. Enjoy!

Makes 1 serving. Two slices each.

Better then the lettuce wraps! Try this with zuchinni as well.
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Old 04-30-2008, 04:21 PM   #2
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pretty protein heavy why not just use mayo?
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I"m totally going to make this! thanks!
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Remember this is a summer squash - like zucchini. Winter squash won't work and isn't allowed until Phase II.
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^hmm never knew there were two kind. Anyway I have the summer one.



btw, You could definitely use mayo. I just think the riccotta chese makes the protein stick to it better. You'll see the difference once you use both. But yeah, go ahead and add mayo if you wish.
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not fat free... use regular mayo the kind allowed on SBD to get the good fats. Trader Joes makes a great one with no added sugar.
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not fat free... use regular mayo the kind allowed on SBD to get the good fats. Trader Joes makes a great one with no added sugar.

Oh okay. Sorry I'm not a big mayo eater to begin with. I honestly prefer mustard (which would go good on this btw!) so I kind of skipped over the rules for mayonnaise.

But try it with reg mayo (the good kind) and tell me how it goes.
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FWIW I don't eat mayo either... but i figured i'd better know the rules of the diet if i'm gonna help folks.... LOL

I love grilled veggies so i'll try it.
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I'm new to SB and tried this today using green bell pepper as the "bed" for my meat and cheese. it was SO good!! I used regular mayo and added slices of tomato as well.

thanks for the recipe!!!
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I missed this one the first time around. Sounds great for a light summer supper!
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