|So good and filling, you won't even feel like you're on a diet! :)|
Ok, you might be wondering what's Project 57 is. Well, that's just my code for my perpetual struggle with the bulges. As I turn a year older again next month, it would be exactly a decade when I was down to that weight. Hihi! And in a month's time too, that would be 10 years of Day 1 in my diet program. Can't seem to make it to day 7! LOL!
So anyway, for the record I am currently on day 4 of my salads and wraps diet. Yes, it is quite an achievement to have reached this stage without rice and Coke intake! My gulay! It was a struggle, but I'm so proud! Woohoo! Actually, at this point I am not looking too far ahead. My only goal is to at least keep away from rice and Coke for about 2 weeks. Hopefully by then, I'd be able to fit in the clothes I have just recently bought. My goodness, they were just about a couple of months old I guess, but I just keep on getting bigger and bigger by the day. So yes, I now learned to make SMART goals, and I am keeping it SMART this time. I'll make sure that I have realistic goals to avoid frustrations. :)
So to start off, I'll share with you this very delicious wraps that's been keeping my tummy happy this past few days. Mind you, it's so good that the Expat Daddy and the girls share them with me.
So yeah, Project 57 is project going back to 57kg. The goal is to achieve it in about 1.5 - 2 years. Yes, that's how realistic my goal is. No crash diets, no diet pills this time. Just healthy eating and exercise. :)
Beef strips (I used rib eye, but any cut will do as long as they're not hard and chewy)
1/4 tsp light soy sauce
dash of salt and steak pepper to taste
garlic dressing (optional)
Sprinkle some salt and steak pepper on the beef and set aside.
Heat pan and add olive oil, throw in the onion and capsicum. Roast until soft, about 2-3 minutes.
To prepare the wrap, layer the tortilla with lettuce, the cooked beef, avocado and cucumber (You may also want to add the garlic dressing and cheese, if not on a diet. The photo above was for the Expat Daddy, mine doesn't have cheese.)
Roll and serve. You may also heat in the oven toaster if you want to eat your wraps warm. Enjoy!