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You need to have several delicious and easy to make HCG diet recipes at your disposal to get through Phase 2 of the diet successfully. You might be used to eating prepared foods to save time, and on the HCG diet you will need to cook at least a little bit throughout the three week or six week period to ensure that you stick to the protocol.
These HCG diet recipes are quick and easy and take just minutes to prepare. They are intended for Phase 2 of the diet but you can use them during Phase 3 or afterward as well of course.
This shrimp cocktail recipe only takes a few minutes to cook and prepare, and it is a great filling snack or it can be served with lettuce as one of your meals.
1.) Add ¼ lemon to a large pot of boiling water.
2.) Add shrimp and cook uncovered for 3 minutes until they are pink.
3.) Remove shrimp with a slotted spoon and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
4.) When they are cooled, devein them.
5.) Combine the rest of the ingredients to create a cocktail sauce.
6.) Serve with the cocktail sauce.
Having at least one good chicken recipe is helpful for the HCG diet as it is easy to make with a Foreman grill or gas grill. This grilled chicken turns out very nicely and you can also bake it if you don't happen to have a Foreman.
1.) Mix pepper, garlic, lemon juice, black pepper, onion powder, Dijon, paprika and sea salt together in a small bowl.
2.) Coat both sides of chicken breast with seasoning.
3.) Assuming that the chicken breast is no thicker than 1', cook on a George Foreman grill for approximately 9 to 10 minutes.
4.) Cut chicken to ensure that it is cooked well and serve with fresh spinach and lemon or by itself.
This cucumber dill salad is a great side dish and snack and you can make a large batch of it in just a few minutes. It is very low in calories so you can have several servings.
1.) Toss the sliced cucumber with the vinegar and dill.
2.) Season with salt, pepper and stevia to taste.
3.) Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate.
These chicken tacos are made with HCG safe seasonings and use lettuce as a tortilla substitute. They are a delicious meal and are very easy to make, and it's easy to make a large batch and serve them over a few days.
1.) Cut chicken breast in half.
2.) Add to a medium sized pot and cover with just enough water that the chicken is submerged.
3.) Bring water to a boil then reduce heat and simmer for 12-15 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked.
4.) Remove chicken with a slotted spoon and shred cooked chicken with a fork.
5.) Put the shredded chicken in a small pan and add the spices.
6.) Warm for approximately 2-3 minutes on medium heat.
7.) Remove chicken from pan and add to lettuce leaves.
8.) Serve HCG diet salsa (see below) or with just the lettuce.
Having a tomato salsa ready to go is a major convenience on the HCG diet. You can use this salsa as a topping with your HCG diet proteins or as a vegetable condiment, and you can store it for several days as well. Keep in mind that this recipe makes two servings.
1.) Mix together every ingredient in a bowl.
2.) Add to a blender or food processor and blend until desired texture.
3.) You may also chop the tomatoes, mix and serve without blending for a chunkier salsa.
This spinach pesto goes great with HCG chicken recipes as well as fish, and it's even delicious as a snack or small meal with a Melba toast. This recipe is intended for 1 HCG diet vegetable serving but you can scale it up as necessary, and if you don't have fresh spinach you can substitute frozen spinach. It is very satisfying and takes just a few minutes to prepare.
These are just a few HCG recipes and we include several more in our HCG diet recipes book that we provide you with when you order our diet. Although we include dozens of recipes in our book we will continue to post new recipes on this blog so stay tuned for more recipe updates in the future. Also if you have suggestions on the types of recipes that you would like to see, such as desserts, appetizers or other recipes, please let us know. To get started with the diet or get more information on HCG diet recipes, click here.