Chloe Ting’s recipes are designed to help people both lose weight and tone their muscles, and are affordably and conveniently prepared. Her meals contain plenty of protein (proven to support recovery after workouts and promote fat loss) with few calories added per serving.
She prefers making all her meals at home, which allows her to better control her macros and calories intake. Furthermore, her recipes are easily adaptable for vegan diets.
BBQ Chicken Pizza
BBQ chicken pizza is an enduring restaurant classic, and now it can be made at home for an easy weeknight dinner! Topped with tender shredded chicken, sweet and smoky sauce and melty cheese – you won’t believe how easy this one is to prepare!
Your best option for quick pizza meals is using store-bought barbecue sauce and pizza dough, or making homemade crust and sauce to get a more authentic dish. Plus, this meal can even be prepared ahead of time and then heated back up when ready!
To assemble this pizza, first prepare the pizza dough according to the recipe. Then top half of the barbecue sauce and chicken mixture (leaving an inch bare on either edge), mozzarella and red onion before finishing it off with smoky gouda and then cilantro before baking for 20-25 minutes until melted cheese and crust have goldened. Serve alongside salad for game day viewing parties and cocktails for movie night!
Chicken Caesar Salad
Caesar salad is one of the world’s favorite dishes. This version makes a complete meal with chicken, croutons and its timeless dressing.
Romaine lettuce – Without it, no Caesar Salad could exist! Kale adds an earthy, green flavor. Parmigiano Reggiano cheese adds umami-rich umami cheesiness. Garlicky croutons – If making them yourself is too much trouble, simply purchase frozen ones from your grocery store!
For the chicken, either rotisserie or grill skinless and boneless chicken breasts until cooked through on both sides; alternatively you could bake them at 350f for around 12 minutes per side. When it comes time to assemble the salad, dress romaine leaves before topping them off with croutons, Parmesan, and your rotisserie or baked chicken. When serving it all together, drizzle some dressing on it all before tossing together with dressing! If making ahead: Chop lettuce leaves into smaller pieces before making salad without using olive oil; chill until ready then when ready then toss with dressing before tossing everything before finally mixing everything before refrigerating until time for service then toss and enjoy!
Chilli Con Carne
Homemade chili can be the ultimate comfort food! No matter your preferred style of serving it – with or without beans – this recipe will surely delight! Packed full of chunks of beef, it simmers to perfection to be enjoyed as an instant meal, served piping hot either straight out of a bowl, soft tacos, quesadillas, or even on top of rice!
While its exact ingredients can differ, this dish is usually described as a spicy stew consisting of meat (typically cubed chuck roast), onions, garlic and an assortment of spices; corn kernels or tomatoes may also be included as vegetables. In Texas this dish often features beans for an additional filler but there are other recipes which do not incorporate this component.
This recipe can be prepared easily in either your oven or slow cooker, with at least 90 minutes (ideally 24) being allowed for simmering time to develop flavor and tenderize the meat to melt-in-your-mouth tenderness.
An effortless combination of brown sugar, paprika, garlic and cayenne pepper make this dish both effortless and flavor-packed. From kitchen to table in under half an hour!
It’s the ideal weeknight dinner with minimal hassle: this pork chop recipe using center cut tenderloin meat makes an impressive presentation without overwhelming you with time-intensive steps. Plus, it makes this meal indulgent enough for special events too!
Before cooking your pork chops, allow them to come up to room temperature by placing them out of the fridge for at least an hour before placing them back into. This will create an even crust and prevent overcooking before reaching an optimal internal temperature for proper cooking. Using only cast iron skillet will also ensure more even heating distribution and provide a golden sear on both sides of the meat. Finally, allow 5-10 minutes before resting your cooked chops so their juices redistribute over the entire surface of meat.