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Weight Loss Recipe
Copyright © Craig Warren

Pan Seared Cod With Balsamic Dressing

Lean protein is your diet is essential to weight
loss and weight maintenance. Cod is an excellent
source of lean protein as it is lower in fat than
red meats.

Losing weight isn’t about hunger, misery and crash
dieting! By learning to make, delicious, easy-to-use
prepare, nutritious food your body needs and will
enjoy losing weight becomes exciting and energizing.

Instead of high calorie, fatty sources – use spices
to provide flavorsome, exciting meals your whole
family will enjoy. “Pan Seared Cod With Balsamic
Thyme” is another recipe in a range of hunger-
fighting, low-fat recipes to assist you keep your
weight under control. This irresistible, no-hassle
meal will help you reach your weight-loss goals
while making mealtime a real treat.

Variety is an essential element of any successful
health program. If you get bored with foods, you’re
much more likely to abandon your program altogether.
Experiment with spices to find exciting alternatives,
try new recipes and build your repertoire of quick
home cooked meals to replace take outs, frozen dinners
and snacks. Your body will love you and your family
will be delighted.


500g fresh cod fillet (or boneless, skinless chicken breasts)
2 teaspoon olive oil
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoon fresh thyme
salt and pepper to taste


Sprinkle fish with salt and freshly ground pepper on
both sides. Heat a large skillet for which you have
a cover over medium-high heat. When hot, add the
olive oil. When the oil is hot, place the fish in
the pan, lower the heat to medium and cook for five
minutes or until the underside is brown and a crust
begins to form.

Carefully turn the fish over, turn the heat down to
medium-low and cover the skillet. Cook for about 5
minutes more. Fish is done when it flakes with a fork.
Remove fish from skillet and place on a plate. Bring
the heat back up to medium-high, add the balsamic
vinegar and cook quickly, scraping the pan with a

Turn off the heat, put the fish back in the skillet
and turn over to coat both sides with the reduced
vinegar. Sprinkle with fresh thyme leaves and serve

* Note: fish should cook for about 10 minutes for
each inch of thickness. If you use chicken breast
instead, it will need a total of about 15 minutes
cooking time.

Nutritional Analysis Per Serving:

Calories: 228
Protein: 40 grams
Fat: 6 grams
Carbohydrates: 1 grams

Tip Of The Day:
Fact: Many Americans spend 83% of their time
gaining fat instead of burning it. With the
right body-changing strategy, you can burn
8 to 16 pounds of fat in just 2 weeks.

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