Steak Egg White Bowl Recipe: Food with Less Carbs

High protein and low carbs…

When you start trying to build muscle and get shredded, this becomes your mantra.

You just can’t seem to get enough protein…

And you can’t seem to lower the carbs…

Well, stress no more.

I’m sharing one of my favorite, high protein low carb recipe ideas that I cook up for rest days if you’re looking for a food with less carbs.

I don’t think I need to give you a lot of leading fluff about the recipe like most other blogs.

(Really, it’s just a bunch of meat, eggs, cheese, and lettuce all thrown together in a bowl.)

A lot of my meals are comprised of meat for high protein and then a lot of very clean carb sources slathered in cheese.

And it’s not because I LIKE eating clean…

It’s because eating a much larger quantity of lower-calorie carbs keeps me full.

Thats another thing about me.

You’ll find I like to take a lot of really appetizing things with foods high in protein and low in carbs…

And completely ruin them by just mashing them together in a bowl.

It’s easier to eat and easier to make.

Anyway, here’s the “recipe”.

Macros

  • Calories: 1050
  • Protein: 123g
  • Fat: 54g
  • Carbs: 6g

Ingredients

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  • 1/2 cup of Kraft fat free shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup of regular shredded cheddar cheese
  • 24 tbsp of egg whites
  • 3 pieces of Steak Eze sirloin beef steaks
  • Steak seasoning
  • Frank’s Red Hot sauce
  • Sriracha
  • Non-stick cooking spray
  • A whole bunch of romaine lettuce

Instructions

1. Place the three steaks in a frying pan over high heat and season the exposed side with steak seasoning.

When the steaks really begin to sizzle, flip them over, season the other side and reduce the heat to medium.

When the second side is really sizzlin’, shred the steaks in the pan with your spatula and continue cooking and flipping until there’s no more pink.

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2. Meanwhile chop up the lettuce using a chef’s knife.

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3. Move the steaks to a plate so you can cook your eggs in the frying pan.

(Dat tasty steak grease yo.)

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Spray the bottom of the pan with the non-stick cooking spray and pour in the egg whites

Season the eggs with salt and pepper and one other seasoning (just my recommendation).

My suggestions for the other seasoning include garlic powder, onion powder, or basil.

Cook covered on medium low heat for 5-7 minutes until the eggs are no longer runny.

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4. Uncover the eggs and sprinkle the cheese on top. Then, flip one half of the eggs over on itself like an omelette to melt the cheese.

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5. Assemble the feast (I like to prepare in two serving so it’s like I get to eat more).

Layer your bowl in this order:

  • Lettuce
  • Eggs
  • Steak
  • Sauce
  • Lettuce
  • Eggs
  • Steak
  • Sauce

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And there’s something for your high protein low carb diet meal plan.

(Ta da)

6. Massacre

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Now, there really aren’t a lot of carbs in this recipe…

So what do I do with carbs I didn’t eat for the day?

dessert.

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